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  • 1. Upcoming Tools For The Project Manager... Status Update April 22, 2004 Dan Buonodono Program Management Division Office of Strategic Policy
  • 2. Initiatives
    • Project Management Methodology (PMM) Enhancement Project
    • Project Manager Intermediate Certification Program Development Project
    • Project Manager Mentoring Program Development Project
  • 3. PM Methodology Enhancement Project
    • First Release – May 2000
    • Second Release – May 2001
    • Third Release – Scheduled for October 2004
  • 4. Team Members
    • Dan Buonodono , Program Management Division, Office of Strategic Policy
    • Steve Wensko, Agency Services, MDOT
    • Vaughn Bennett , Project Management Resource Center, Office of Strategic Policy
    • Sam Roberts , Agency Services, DNR-DEQ-Agriculture-HAL
    • Leigh Scherzer , Agency Services, DLEG
    • Linda Pung , Agency Services, DNR-DEQ-Agriculture-HAL
    • Patty Bogard , Contracts & Procurement Services
  • 5. Major Deliverables
    • Develop a Minimum Considerations Sub-Section
    • Change Control / CM Clarification
    • Lessons Learned Template Creation
    • Section Consolidation Effort
    • PMM Feedback Form Creation
    • Dealing With Vendors Section Creation
    • Incorporate the Project Board Processes into the PMM
    • How to Deal With Troubled Projects
    • Coordinating Templates with the MAX Team
  • 6. PM Intermediate Certification Program Development
    • Project Manager Certification Program
    • Novice – Junior Project Manager
      • Able to manage Level 1 non-complex projects
    • Intermediate – Project Manager
      • Able to manage Level 2 projects (and complex level 1 projects)
    • Advanced – Senior Project Manager
      • Able to manage Level 3 projects
  • 7. Team Members
    • Dan Buonodono , Program Management Division, OSP
    • Sue Tomes , Agency Services/FIA-DCH
    • Patty Bogard , Contracts & Procurement Services
    • Don Stevens , Enterprise Technology Division
    • Sharman Moore , Agency Services/MDOS-Treasury
    • Julie Proux , Agency Services/MDOS-Treasury
    • Vaughn Bennett , Project Management Resource Center, OSP
    • Terry Horton , Office of Employee and Financial Services
  • 8. Goals of the Intermediate Certification Program
    • Virtual Pool of Project Managers
      • DIT employees initially
    • Reputable
      • Management (Client and DIT) will look to this group first for project manager resources
      • Management (Client and DIT) will believe in the capabilities of these project managers
  • 9. Curriculum
    • Project Management Leadership/Interpersonal Training (Quicknowledge, Summary Session)
    • Project Management Technical Training (Scheduling, PMBOK)
    • SOM Project Management Specific Training (Methodology, Culture, Fiscal, Technical Strategy)
    • Project Manager Development Training (Simulation, Mentoring)
    • Supplemental Training (Optional training that may be applicable to a specific individual, such as Novice QK Courses)
  • 10. Program Entry Criteria
    • Minimum Level of Experience Managing People in a Project Setting
    • Letters of Recommendation
    • Completed Commitment Form with Approval from Management
    • Agreement to be a Part of the Virtual Pool
    • Agreement to Assist Junior PMs
  • 11. Program Exit Criteria
    • Successful Completion of all Curriculum Elements
    • Minimum Level of Experience Managing Projects
    • Passing Score on the Certification Exam
  • 12. PM Mentoring Program Development
    • Team Members:
    • Dan Buonodono , Program Management Division, OSP
    • Glenn Underwood , Agency Services, FIA
    • Sue Tomes , Agency Services, FIA
    • Vaughn Bennett , Project Management Resource Center, OSP
  • 13. Program Goals
    • To increase the level of project management expertise in DIT by partnering junior staff (mentee) with more experienced staff (mentor) in a structured mentoring environment
    • Beneficial to Mentee – Increased Wisdom, Increased Networking
    • Beneficial to Mentor – Increased Networking, Personal Satisfaction
  • 14. Deliverables
    • PM Mentoring Guidebook
    • PM Mentoring Training
    • PM Mentoring Administration
  • 15. Questions!
    • Contact:
    • Dan Buonodono
    • [email_address]
    • 517-335-5099

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