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Presentation on project management / non-formal learning


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Presentation on basic key elements in project management. Fostering discussion and experience sharing.

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Presentation on project management / non-formal learning

  1. 1. What is a project? a) concept which serves to organise action. b) drawing on the present to envisage the future (tomorrow). A destination worked out together. c) is a method which enables us to move from idea to action, structuring the various stages in that process;
  2. 2. It also has • a point of departure … • used as a base, from which … • one pushes forward … • towards a goal.
  4. 4. • Needs • Aims • Outcomes • Methods • Implementation • Evaluation
  5. 5. Project manager should be: organiser strategist Fund-raiser Activist Visionary Teacher learner
  6. 6. •Specific •Measurable •Achievable •Realistic •Timed
  7. 7. Evaluating Honest / Ongoing Feedback Implementing According to plan Key work Planning Careful – risk averse Involved
  8. 8. Time management set priorities use planners TO DO LIST handle each piece of paper only once Learn to say NOthe most difficult jobs first Delegate where possible Manage your time and don’t let time manage you!
  9. 9. You are doing it wrong when: The sun is too loud Trees begin chasing you You believe that if you think hard enough, you can fly You have an irresistible urge to bite the noses of people you are talking to You can travel without moving
  10. 10. Keep budget balanced Aims and objectives in mind Good reputation Follow the rules / Know the rules Being realistic Loving what you do People happy
  11. 11. When having volunteers • Give them responsibility and consult with them on matters that they are knowledgeable about. Don’t force responsibility. • Involve them early in the process • Be clear about expectations and contributions • Value their work and thank them. Always. • Give necessary training and rewards • Its still a teamwork!