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Project Management: Practices and Tools (Lecture)

Friday, November 9, 2018 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Polya Hall, RM: 170B PHIL

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Learn how to enhance your project management skills and better manage projects of all kinds. This session focuses on bringing innovative insights and practical techniques to revolutionize managing projects of all sizes.

Key Topics and Takeaways

  • Project management defined
  • Tasks, durations, dependencies
  • Resources, availability, assignment
  • Big projects, small projects, micro projects
  • Planning and micro-planning
  • Issue tracking and issue management
  • Defining results and driving to completion
  • Streamlining communication and collaboration
  • Setting expectations and negotiation
  • Project meeting facilitation
  • Project management tools


About the Instructor

Pierre Khawand founded People-OnTheGo in 2003. His focus is on productivity, leadership, and mindfulness at work. He is the author of several related books including the Accomplishing More With Less Workbook, Time for Leadership, and The Perfect 15-Minute Day. 

Event Sponsor

University IT Technology Training

Contact Email

techtraining@stanford.edu

Contact Phone

650-723-4391