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Practical & Pragmatic   Application ofProject Management  { Leonard Weekley PMP
The project universe is a        big one
To big to swallow?
Stakeholder?
Not all stakeholders are    created equally
Scope & Req’s
What is all this planning   about anyhow?
Planning is not a one  person endeavor
Who’s language do you  speak and why?
Does your status scare your stakeholders. What aboutcommunication planning?
Status inputs, outputs, andprocess. Getting to the truth and        disseminating it
Risk VS Issues – What’s         what
Let’s not expound the issue by adding gas to the fire
A note on tools
What does project success look            like?         THE END
Or not THE END?
Appendix Slides
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Oct. 27, 2011 webcast practical and pragmatic application of pmi standards
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Oct. 27, 2011 webcast practical and pragmatic application of pmi standards

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In this session we will discuss where and why you would apply standards to different project sizes and levels of complexity. Presented by: Leonard Weekley

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Oct. 27, 2011 webcast practical and pragmatic application of pmi standards

  1. 1. Practical & Pragmatic Application ofProject Management { Leonard Weekley PMP
  2. 2. The project universe is a big one
  3. 3. To big to swallow?
  4. 4. Stakeholder?
  5. 5. Not all stakeholders are created equally
  6. 6. Scope & Req’s
  7. 7. What is all this planning about anyhow?
  8. 8. Planning is not a one person endeavor
  9. 9. Who’s language do you speak and why?
  10. 10. Does your status scare your stakeholders. What aboutcommunication planning?
  11. 11. Status inputs, outputs, andprocess. Getting to the truth and disseminating it
  12. 12. Risk VS Issues – What’s what
  13. 13. Let’s not expound the issue by adding gas to the fire
  14. 14. A note on tools
  15. 15. What does project success look like? THE END
  16. 16. Or not THE END?
  17. 17. Appendix Slides
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