Virtual Lunch & Learn: Project Manager: Employees vs Entrepreneurs

Ways of Working

Project Manager: Employees vs Entrepreneurs

The journey of a project manager takes various routes, and understanding the distinctions between being an employee and an entrepreneur is pivotal. This event offers a comprehensive analysis of both pathways, shedding light on the unique challenges, opportunities, and skill sets required for success in each domain.

Paul Williams

Paul is a dynamic entrepreneur with a robust background in IT Operations and a passion for driving innovation within the technology landscape. With a strong foundation in project management, enterprise architecture, and ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) practices, Paul brings a wealth of expertise to the table.

He is a certified professional in project management committed to delivering high-quality solutions while effectively managing resources, timelines, and budgets.

In the realm of enterprise architecture, Paul possesses a comprehensive understanding of aligning business objectives with technology solutions, ensuring scalability, efficiency, and adaptability within complex organizational structures. His ability to architect and design systems that optimize performance and functionality has been instrumental in his career journey.

Furthermore, Paul's proficiency in ITIL methodologies underscores his dedication to maintaining service excellence and operational efficiency within IT environments. Leveraging best practices in ITIL, he has consistently streamlined processes and enhanced service delivery to meet and exceed client expectations.

As a visionary leader, Paul has successfully navigated the intersection of technology and business, spearheading initiatives that drive growth, foster innovation, and achieve operational excellence. His entrepreneurial spirit, combined with his technical acumen, continues to pave the way for transformative solutions in the ever-evolving landscape of IT.


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Non Members: $10.00


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Type of category: Lunch and Learn

Type of activity: Ways of Working

Date: 1 February 2024

Hour: 12:00 to 13:00

Registration close date: 31 January 2024 at 23:59

# of PDUs: 1


Students: Free

Members: Free

Non members and Guests: $10.00