Payson Hall

Payson Hall

Payson Hall is a consulting project manager, systems engineer, and founding member of Catalysis Group, Inc. He has performed and consulted on a variety of hardware and software systems integration projects in both the public and private sectors.

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Payson Hall's Talks
Date    September 10, 2013
Time    67 min
In this webinar, Payson Hall will show how you can regain lost skills and learn new ones to become better problem solvers.
Date    May 22, 2018
Time    75 min
This webinar will help establish a context for sponsor negotiations and provide tips and techniques to help project managers get the decisions and support they need for executive sponsors.
Date    March 6, 2019
Time    71 min
In this webinar, we explore techniques for discussing priorities with sponsors and methods to assure decision making is consistent.
Date    September 29, 2021
Time    30 min
This webinar will explore the many aspects of schedule creation and examine the surprising effects of structural schedule risks.
Date    March 22, 2022
Time    49 min
Participants in this session will learn seven common negotiating gambits that skilled negotiators may try to employ on you, and some counter-measures to make them less effective.
Date    October 4, 2022
Time    58 min
IV&V can be invaluable to large development projects, providing the sponsoring entity with independent assessments of product quality and vendor process efficacy and consistency. One challenge to effective IV&V can be IV&V consultants “Going Native” and beginning to over identify with the vendor’s perspective, potentially compromising their objectivity. Participants in this session will: 1) Be oriented to the role of IV&V and its potential benefits; 2) Understand the risks of an IV&V vendor “going native” and over-identifying with the system vendor; 3) Become familiar with seven signs that suggest there is a danger that your IV&V Vendor is losing their objectivity; and 4) Learn possible corrective actions to remedy the problem before it gets out of hand.