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Listen to Steve Denning's teleseminar to be held on
May 6, 2009 at
11am US ET- 4pm UK Time

Co-hosted by Dr. Bonnie Cheuk

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I will hold a teleseminar on High-Performance Teams, as a preview of both the two day Masterclass in Washington DC on June 11-12 and the one-day Masterclass to be held in London on June 22, 2009

- Telephone number: USA 1-309-946-5100
- Participant Access Code: 532877
- Link for access to the slides:

A. CONTENT The webinar will cover, among other things:

- what is high performance project planning and management?
- what the masterclass will--and will not--cover.
- how high-performance project management differs from traditional project management, (which will not be covered in the masterclass)
- where is high performance project management being practised?
- where did it come from? - what are its main characteristics?
- what is its future?
- what does it take to practice high performance project management?

The webinar will be highly interactive and participants will be able to ask questions and get answers.


Dr. Bonnie Cheuk will cohost the webinar from 4pm to 5pm UK time on Wednesday May 6, 2009.

Participation will be limited to the first 150 participants, first come, first served.

Participants can log in as of 3.40 pm UK time. Log in details are:

- Telephone number: USA 1-309-946-5100 Note: To contain phone charges, participants may wish to use Skype or purchase an international phone card.
- Participant Access Code:532877
- Link for access to the slides:

(Note: The slides will be available during the webinar, not before.) A recording will be made of the webinar.

The recording and the slides will be available on my website shortly after the event.