Clemson University

mini MBA: Project Execution

Developing the right strategy or plan is only half the battle. Success depends on effective and efficient implementation and execution. Realizing a plan's requirements, scope, and risks will enable real-time problem solving, as well as critical response adaptation to ensure the project's ultimate success. You will not only learn how to shepherd a project to success, but also how to better understand change management, resolve conflict, and devise ongoing strategies that determine success.


Session Leader: Russ Purvis, PhD

Associate Professor
Clemson University

Dr. Purvis has been in the Department of Management at Clemson since 1999. Prior to entering academia, he gained 12 years of business experience, with 8 years in various management roles. He earned his PhD in Information and Management Sciences from Florida State University and his MBA from Georgia State University. He has served at numerous capacities at Clemson University, including graduate coordinator of the management department, as well as multiple college and university committees. He teaches courses in the areas of information systems and technology management at the PhD, MBA and undergraduate levels.

Friday, October 4, 2019 at 8:30am to 4:30pm

Clemson at Greenville ONE, 506 1 North Main St. | Greenville, SC 29601

Event Type

General, Lectures / Seminars / Speakers, Seminars, Training and Development, Workshops


Centers and Institutes, Center for Corporate Learning (formerly PACE), College of Business

Target Audience

General Public, Staff, Alumni, Parents/Guests, All Audiences




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