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Service Networking: How to learn Project Management without really trying

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Learn from personal experience from Project Managers who started learning...

Learn from personal experience from Project Managers who started learning
the management and communication skills you need through a combination of
Service Learning and Social Networking. Presenters will share ways if you are new to Project Management to start small, listen, and gain experience.
This session will include a number of PM best practices including:
The Three Most Important Rules for being a Successful Project Manager.
1. Do Your Homework.
2. Build a reputation for doing good work.
3. Build Relationships with people in your industry.
You have been given a project..now what?
1. What are the fundamentals that you need to know?
2. When to ask for help.
3. Reporting the numbers.
Building Teams
1. The Dog ate my homework: tips for handling non-performing team members
2. Procrastination is the thief of time, money, and scope.
3. Leadership is a matter of habit.

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    Service Networking: How to learn Project Management without really trying Service Networking: How to learn Project Management without really trying Presentation Transcript

    • Service Networking: How to learn Project Management without really trying Jill Bullard Almaguer, P.E., M.B.A. Carla Fair-Wright, PMP, CSQE
    • Co-Presenters
      • Jill B. Almaguer, PE, MBA
      • Lead Project Manager, District Ancillary and Support Services, Harris County Hospital District
      • Carla Fair-Wright, PMP, CSQE
      • Owner, Optimal Consulting, LLC
    • Project Management Leaders What Is It Why Do I Need It How Do I Do It Team Building Project Management Delivering Value
    • What Is It ?
      • Project Management
        • Toolbox of skills and processes
        • Provides a way to control and predict actions
        • Accomplishes some specific goal
      • Service Networking
        • Service Learning
        • Social Networking
    • Why Do I Need It ?
      • There is a problem or situation that needs a solution
      • There are limited resources
      • The job to be done requires lots of coordination
      • Most important – It has to done right the first time
    • How Do I Do It ? The Three Most Important Rules How to get started Building Teams
    • The Three Most Important Rules
      • Success as a Project Manager requires you to:
      • Do Your Homework
      • Build a reputation for doing good work
      • Build Relationships with people in your industry
    • I have a project..now what? Knowing the fundamentals Initiation Planning Execution Controlling Closing
    • I have a project..now what?
      • What makes a successful Project Manager
      • Knowing when to ask for help.
    • Best Way to Deliver It ?
      • Reporting the numbers
        • Face-to-face
        • E-Mail or V-Mail
        • Telephone
        • Internet
    • Building Teams
      • The Dog ate my homework: tips for handling non-performing team members
      • Procrastination is the thief of time, money, and scope.
      • Leadership is a matter of habit.
    • Building Teams The Dog ate my homework: tips for handling non-performing team members Persuasion Coaching OR
    • Building Teams Procrastination is the thief of time, money, and scope. Common Causes: Wishful thinking if I just wait a bit, things will get better Fear if I act too quickly, I might make a mistake Risk Reduction if I delay this action, the odds of success may improve
    • Building Teams Leadership is a matter of habit. Leaders are not born; they are grown. Most of the habits of a successful leader can be cultivated and grown by developing a few common sense habits.
    • Building Teams Leadership is a matter of habit . 4 common sense habits: © Copyright 2007 by Academic Leadership
      • Cultivate a Learning Habit. No one follows a leader who doesn't have a clue.
      • Cultivate a Motion Habit. You can't lead from your ivory tower. (MWBA)
      • Cultivate a Confidence Habit . If you believe in yourself, others will believe, too.
      • Cultivate Character. Step back every so often and take a good look. Be proud of what you are building.
    • My Contact Information Jill Bullard Almaguer, P.E., M.B.A Association of IT Professionals Past President – Houston Chapter Work: 713-634-1346 Mobile: 281-795-3523 E-Mail: [email_address]
    • My Contact Information www.optimalconsultingonline.com Carla Fair-Wright, PMP Work: 800-723-6120 Mobile: 713-301-0206 E-Mail: [email_address]
    • QUESTIONS