Even Cheap Wine Needs a Good Plan

Planning is a part of almost everything we do, even making cheap wine, but effectively managing projects requires decisive preparation. Kim Adam shares how she implemented project plans using the PMI® guidelines to effectively manage DITA conversion projects. Applying these standards, norms, methods, processes, and practices has built a consistent management plan, demonstrated that approaching project management proactively rather than reactively saves time, costs, and rework, and has created an environment of trust among all stakeholders involved in the project.

What can the audience expect to learn?

Attendees take away practical advice presented for implementing project management plans using the PMI® guidelines to effectively manage DITA conversion projects.

Meet the presenter

Kimberlee Adam, PMP

Kimberlee is the DITA Systems Manager for Kaplan Professional Education, a premier provider of licensing exam prep and continuing education for businesses and individuals in a variety of financial and professional business sectors.

As an experienced project manager and professional educator, Kimberlee is passionate about building high-performing partnerships with cross-functional groups and leading complex change initiatives that can ultimately help Kaplan students better achieve their education goals.


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