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Presented at LCS15. September 2015

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Staff Resource Planning

  1. 1. Staff & Resource Planning or: How to Manage Your Friends & Amaze Your Audiences September 15th 2015
  2. 2. The Big Idea Introduction “Ideas without execution are hallucinations.” The reality is that great ideas and capable execution are symbiotic. Ideas without execution are dreams. Execution without ideas is busywork.
  3. 3. What Are We Doing? Introduction 1. Introductions & Listening 2. Project Management 101 3. Workshop Your Ideas
  4. 4. Nice to Meet You! Introduction Michael Rader Senior Project Manager 3 Years Managing Projects at Forum One ● Clients include American Red Cross, USAID, Energy Foundation, U.S. Global Change Research Program, and The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. 5 Years Working in Legislative Affairs & Advocacy in Clean Energy ● Union of Concerned Scientists - Clean Energy team ● Solar Energy Industries Association - Government Affairs team 2 Years as a Public Affairs Reporter for WMUK Public Radio (Kalamazoo, MI) BA Political Science - Western Michigan University Master’s in Public Policy - American University
  5. 5. Introduction We are a digital agency that partners with influential organizations to craft solutions for the world’s most pressing problems. Learn more at ForumOne.com.
  6. 6. Intros & Listening Listening Who are you? Where do you work? What’s your idea?
  7. 7. Intros & Listening Listening What’s the most important thing you’ve learned so far? How can this session help you realize your solution?
  8. 8. Project Management Introduction Project Management Basics 1. Define Your Goals & Audiences 2. Identify Your Epic Stories 3. Inventory Your Skills & Gaps 4. Manage Your Budget & Tasks 5. Balance Your Scope, Budget, & Timeline
  9. 9. Step 1: Define Your Goals & Audiences
  10. 10. External vs. Internal Audiences
  11. 11. “If you don’t encounter resistance, you’re probably doing it wrong.”
  12. 12. Step 2: Identify Your Epics!
  13. 13. Start Big, Break It Down Your Idea Features Functions To-Do
  14. 14. Step 3: Inventory Skills & Gaps
  15. 15. How Can We Do What Needs Doing? What Can I Do? What Can My Team Do? What Can My Organization Do? What Can My Volunteers/Stakeholders Do? What Can I Hire Others to Do?
  16. 16. Step 4: Manage Your Budget & Tasks
  17. 17. Collaboration vs. Tasks Mgmt Tools ● Google Drive ● Teamwork ● Glip ● Basecamp ● Redmine ● Jira ● Trello ● Kanban Tool Working Together Managing Tasks
  18. 18. Step 5: Balance Your Scope, Budget, & Timeline
  19. 19. The Triple Constraint
  20. 20. Let’s Workshop!
  21. 21. Project Management Introduction Project Management Basics 1. Define Your Goals & Audiences 2. Identify Your Epic Stories 3. Inventory Your Skills & Gaps 4. Manage Your Budget & Tasks 5. Balance Your Scope, Budget, & Timeline
  22. 22. THANK YOU! Michael Rader, Forum One On Twitter @raderm On LinkedIn: raderm Online: ForumOne.com
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    Jun. 25, 2017

Presented at LCS15. September 2015

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