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    • A Virtual Watering Hole for NASA Project Managers
      Junilla Applin
      Len Sirota
      Manson Yew
    • Question?
      What do program and project managers need to succeed and grow at NASA?
    • Question?
      What do program and project managers need to succeed and grow at NASA?
      funding
      Management support
      Great programs and projects to manage
      luck
      Good staff
      Management tools
      consistency
      Adequate resources
      More time
      authority
      training
      communication
      technology
      Clear direction or guidance
      Success criteria
      Best practices
      Financial system that works
      Timely risk assessment
    • “…governance model, standards, clear lines of authority, open communications, and enhanced training represent real steps forward in fostering engineering excellence.”
      Chris Scolese, NASA Associate Administrator
      Objective
    • Objective of NASA Program ProjectManagement CoP
      Provide Virtual Collection of PPM Resources, including
      Institutional Requirements
      “How-To’s”
      Training
      Lessons Learned and Best Practices
      Templates and Examples
      Frequently Asked Questions
      Experts and practitioners
    • …objective
      Mirror objective of the NASA Engineering Network
    • What does the PPM CoP Provide?
    • Three Ways to Approach PPM CoP
      Narrative -- Guided tour of PPM at NASA
      Reference -- Just-In-Time information and resources
      Interactive Community -- Learn from other practitioners; Give back to NASA knowledge base
    • Live Demo of PPM CoP
    • Narrative
      Institutional Requirements
      NPD 7120.4D
      NPR 7120.5
      NPR 7120.7
      NPOR 7120.8
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Narrative (cont)
      Supporting Information
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Narrative (cont)
      PPM Handbook
      What makes a great PM?
      The “How” of 7120.5D
      Teaming
      Reviews
      Roles and Responsibilities
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Narrative (cont)
      Lessons Learned
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Narrative (cont)
      Training
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Narrative (cont)
      Center Resources
      Screen Shot from JPL Project Support
    • References
      What is needed and when is it needed?
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • References (cont)
      Waivers and Tailoring
      Screen Shot from NODIS
    • References (cont)
      Templates
      Examples
      Screen Shot from Project Support
    • References (cont)
      Videos/Multimedia
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Interactive Community
      Polls
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Interactive Community (cont)
      Find other managers at other centers
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Interactive Community (cont)
      Hold discussions with other PPM’s
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Interactive Community (cont)
      Ask questions of experts
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • Interactive Community (cont)
      Feedback to NEN, OCE, HQ
      Screen Shot from NEN
    • What else do you need from a virtual watering hole?
      Fill out Survey
    • Conclusion
      Summary of current offerings to support NASA PPM expertise
      NASA committed to developing and growing PPM resources