Take the Program Management Reality Tour.

P-R-O-G-R-A-M Management Reality Tour

What Project Estimation methodology should your organization use?

Learn about the key drivers and critical pitfalls that determine program success or failure.

Managing large programs demands top-tier managers, achievable executive expectations, organizational buy-in, and the flexibility to adapt to dynamic circumstances. Furthermore these programs are immense in size, scope, complexity, and cost.

What could possibly go wrong?

Watch the P-R-O-G-R-A-M Management Reality Tour by Lewis Fowler Managing Partner and program management expert, Amy Fowler Stadler, to learn what you can do to analyze your organization's programs and keep them on target with strategic goals.

Find out more on why:

  • Please stop treating programs like projects.
  • ROI is the name of the game.
  • Organizational change management will make the difference.
  • Governance can make or break any program.
  • Risk management supports successful landing of programs.
  • Attributes of who is on the bus.
  • Measure outcomes and progress to make sure progress is real.
Amy Fowler Stadler, Managing Principal

Presented by:

Amy Fowler Stadler

Managing Partner

Amy co-founded Lewis Fowler in 2002. Today, our clients benefit from her 25-plus years in the business and technology industry and her love of strategy, technology solutions, IT performance measurement and program recovery. In her words, “I intimately care about every aspect of these connections—from problem solving and supporting our customers’ career growth to overseeing our delivery.” Amy earned her B.S. in Computer Science from Illinois State University and has advanced studies in technology management. Prior to launching Lewis Fowler, she directed Qwest’s $100M E-Commerce Program Management Office and consulted with $3 billion Perot Systems (now Dell), helping develop their PMO practice, rebrand the firm, and implement PMOs for Fortune 500 companies. Beyond work, she invests her time in her family, fitness and service as a board member/supporter of several philanthropic organizations.