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Project Management Quick Connects

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A brief slide presentation on the technical and behavioral skills for effective project management.

A brief slide presentation on the technical and behavioral skills for effective project management.

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  • 1. Project Management Quick Connects Technical and Behavioral Skills for Effective Project Management Mitchell W. Manning Sr. [email_address]
  • 2. Project Management Basics: The Work Shop Overview
    • This “hands on” workshop is designed to give newly assigned project team members an understanding of project management basics, and the regulatory, technical, and behavioral responsibilities and accountabilities. As a participant, you will learn and practice project management basics in each of the five stages of project management, from initiating to closing the project. You will be able to contribute more quickly and effectively in project team assignments, and instruct others on the technical and behavioral responsibilities and accountabilities within the project team.
    • Project Management Basics (fundamentals) are key to project success, for organizations and individuals regardless of project complexity and size (scope). All team members need to have a sound understanding of project management basics, the technical requirements and the behavioral skills to work with others effectively and successfully. Team members contribute more timely and at a higher level when they are well trained and well treated. This course provides the participants with the basic/fundamental technical knowledge and the behavioral skills.
    • Newly assigned project team members; individuals with project responsibilities; project trainers; and, individuals from human resources, manufacturing, finance, purchasing, marketing and sales, logistics, and engineering who need a general understanding of project responsibilities and accountabilities will benefit from the systematic and logical presentation of the technical and behavioral basics gleaned from the experiences, and teachings, of successful project team members/leaders/managers.
  • 3. Day One/Lesson One
    • You will learn to:
    • define and scope a project
    • apply 6 key questions in 5 key project stages
    • define and lead initiating, planning, staffing, controlling, and closing projects
    • map a project and apply the seven basic tools essential to effective project management
    • contribute to and lead effective project meetings
    • contribute to and lead effective project problem solving and decision-making
  • 4. Day Two/Lesson Two
    • You will learn to:
    • present yourself to the project manager and project members
    • assess your project management experience
    • work with the best project team member, and the worst
    • use your organizational values and ethics to motivate the project team
    • present your ideas
    • train and evaluate others
    • plan next steps
    • give positive and negative information/feedback
    • summarize and close meetings
    • self-analyze for strategic project leadership
    • explore project management websites for growth and development
  • 5. Day Three/Lesson Three
    • You will learn to:
    • describe the project to key stakeholders
    • write the project charter
    • document the preliminary project proposal questions
    • build project support and gain buy-in
    • plan project resources
    • sell your project to others
    • build external project support
    • use a project checklist for strategic leadership from beginning to close
  • 6. Technical Quick Connects
    • One Page Project Process Map
    • One Page Question to the Void Worksheet
    • One Page Project Overview Worksheet
    • One Page Effective Meetings Worksheet
    • One Page Behavioral Skills for Projects
  • 7. Project Vision and Mission Statements Identify Desired Outcome Identify Customers Identify Customer Requirements Identify Supplier Specifications Identify Steps in the Process Tools : Identify Measures Define the Project Analyze the Opportunity Identify Choices Select Best-Balanced Choice Design the Project Plan Execute and Control the Project Evaluate Outcome Desired Outcome Achieved? Monitor Yes Cause Identified ? 1 2 3 Top-down Flow Chart Flow Chart Work Flow Diagram Document & Standardize Yes Quality Systems Approach No Yes No Explore Causes Cause-Effect Diagram Collect & Analyze Data Pareto Diagram 6 3 9 6 3 1 11 1111 11 Type Size Check Sheet Histogram Run Chart Scatter Diagram Control Chart Phase I: Initiating Project Phase II:Planning Project Phase III: Executing the Project One Page Project Map . . . . . . .
  • 8. One Page Question to the Void
    • What is the project?
    • Why have the project?
    • How to do the project?
    • Where is the project?
    • When is the project?
    • Who does the project?
  • 9. One Page Project Overview handout p 5
    • Initiating
    • Planning
    • Executing
    • Controlling
    • Closing
  • 10. One Page Effective Meetings Worksheet handout p 8
    • Roles
    • Attendance
    • Date
    • Cost
    • Start
    • History
    • Action
    • Rate
    • Plan
  • 11. One Page Behavioral Skills for Projects Behavioral Skills Work Book
    • Presenting Yourself
    • Self Assessment – Project Experience
    • Best Team Player/Worst Team Player
    • Organizational Values and Ethics
    • Presenting Your Ideas
    • Training Others
    • Evaluating Others/Giving Feedback
    • Planning Next Steps
    • Summarizing and Closing
    • Self Analysis for Strategic Leadership
    • Exploring Project Management Websites
  • 12. You Now Have the Project Management Technical and Behavioral Quick Connects
    • One Page Project Process Map
    • One Page Question to the Void Worksheet
    • One Page Project Overview Worksheet
    • One Page Effective Meetings Worksheet
    • One Page Behavioral Skills for Projects
  • 13. You Have Learned How To:
    • define and scope a project
    • apply 6 key questions in 5 key project stages
    • define and lead initiating, planning, staffing, controlling, and closing projects
    • map a project and apply the seven basic tools essential to effective project management
    • contribute to and lead effective project meetings
    • contribute to and lead effective project problem solving and decision-making
  • 14. You Can Complete Projects
    • On or Below Budget
    • On or Ahead of Schedule
    • and
    • On or Above Expectations
    • Mitchell W. Manning Sr. Priorities, Ltd [email_address]