The Basic Mechanics of Project Management
Project and Program: Enterprise Data Center
, Professional Development
, SHARE San Jose 2017
Even with the best intentions and a strategy, a wrong turn can quickly demolish months of work, and a misstep can mean the business equivalent of losing San Francisco. Taming a project gone bad can be a horrific task. Managers like to know where a project stands, and having some working project planning knowledge is helpful. If you find yourself on a more complex project, the project manager will depend on you to be able to describe the tasks in your part of the project. You may find yourself effectively a Project Manager, for a sub-team, or even for yourself.
So join us to learn about risks, milestones, sub-tasks, linked tasks and more. Along the way our speaker will also discuss some low- or no-cost software that you can use to help keep track of your project.-Pat Stanard-IBM
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