Jon M. Quigley: “How to Manage Scope and Risk Exposure”

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JonMQuigleyJon M. Quigley is the author of several books on project management and product development. Jon, has multiple degrees and certifications and is a frequent speaker at industry events. He has more than twenty-five years of product development experience, ranging from embedded hardware and software design through verification and project management. He has taught at several technical schools as well as at Seattle City University. He is on the Forsyth Technical Community College Advisory Board and Western Carolina University MPM Advisory Board. Jon is an expert contributor to the PM2Go by The Standish Group, and is frequently cited in product development, project management and business magazines. Today, Jon is here to give us some tips and answer some of your questions on “How to Manage Scope and Risk Exposure.”

Contact Jon via email: jon.quigley@valuetransform.com

Jon’s Website: http://www.valuetransform.com

Follow Jon on Twitter: @JonMQuigley

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