A project is complete when it starts working for you, rather than you working for it.
Part 4 of
5: Working with Groups
Abstract: The WEBinar reveals effective group interactions, found in small groups, general meetings, project status meetings, facilitated discussions, and problem solving work groups.
This year, our focus will be first on Technical
Project Management, then on Behavioral Project
Management, based on the course
and the book,
Managing Projects Well written by the
speaker. This unique approach focuses on the
real world of projects, not theory.
"In theory, there is no difference between
theory and practice. In practice, there is"
- Yogi Berra
Part 4: Working with Groups: reveals
effective group interactions, found in small groups,
general meetings, project status meetings, facilitated
discussions, and problem solving work groups.
- Metaphors - everyone loves a story
- Team dynamics - good and bad teams
- Effective meetings - that you look forward to
- Handling dysfunctional behaviors - those you see
at meetings and wish you hadn't
- 8-step problem solving process - dreamer,
realist, and critic
Wed. January 5, 2011
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is recommended, but not required.
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All WEBinars now 1 hour and 15 minutes in length.
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