A project is complete when it starts working for you, rather than you working for it.
Part 1 of 4: Project
Definitions and Concepts
Abstract: This WEBinar defines
project terms and concepts and outlines project team
member roles and responsibilities, including
historically omitted ones.
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 1: Definitions and Concepts: defines project terms and concepts and outlines project team member roles and responsibilities, including historically omitted ones.
This includes what is a project, what is not a project,
with examples. It also describes roles of
Program Managers, Project Managers, Project
Leaders, Team Leaders, Task Leaders, and Team
Members. There are key roles for not only the
Project Manager but also the Team Member as
well. These include true teams (not just
project groups), the importance of delegation, removing fear in the team, who estimates,
and walking in the other's shoes.
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