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Project Management Part One

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First portion of half day pre-conference presented at Electronic Resources in Libraries, Atlanta, GA, March 2008.

First portion of half day pre-conference presented at Electronic Resources in Libraries, Atlanta, GA, March 2008.

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    • 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Virginia L. Cairns – UTC Lupton Library
    • 2.
      • What I’d like to accomplish, How I like to teach, What you can do.
      Introductions
    • 3. What IS a Project, anyway?
      • Temporary
        • Time Sensitive
        • Finite (NOT ongoing)
        • (does NOT mean short, necessarily)
      • Results in a Unique Product or Service
      • Size can vary
      • Participants can vary
    • 4. Which is the Project?
      • Revision of the Library website content and layout
      • Migration of the Library website to a new Content Management System
      • Exhibit A
      • Exhibit B
    • 5. What is Project Management?
      • Knowledge
      • Skills
      • Tools
      • Techniques
    • 6. What are the components?
    • 7. What are the Main Activities?
      • Initiating
      • Planning
      • Executing
      • Controlling (Monitoring)
      • Closing
    • 8. Before you EVEN begin…
      • Assess
      • Your
      • Environment
    • 9. Initiating a Project
      • Project Triggers
        • Need identified
          • Someone asks!
          • Someone complains
        • Opportunity presented
          • New Money
          • New Product
          • New Population
    • 10. Explore the Territory
      • Formal
        • needs assessment or self study
        • statistics
        • literature review
      • Informal
        • word of mouth
        • conversation
    • 11. Identify Supporters & Stakeholders
      • Students / Patrons
      • Faculty / Staff
      • Administration
      • Vendors
      • Financial Backers (grant?)
    • 12. Articulate the Need
      • Benefits
        • Content
        • Cost
        • Time
        • Efficiency / Performance
        • Flexibility
      • Constraints
      • Core Assumptions
    • 13. Approach your Administration
      • Introductory information gathered
      • Brief statement of need fulfilled
      • The end goal, product, service
      • Permission to assemble a team
    • 14. Assembling a Team
      • Position
      • Skills
      • Experience
      • Roles
      • Social style
    • 15. Team Activity