**Rescheduled for Sept 28** Sept 17 | One-Page Project Management

September 6, 2018 Duke Project Management Community of Practice

Presented by:  Mary Trabert, MBA, CAPM
Administrative Director, Center for Health Measurement
Duke University, Department of Population Health Sciences


Investigators and administrative leaders do not have the time to read long reports and analyze complex activities over lengthy timelines.  They want to know the answer to a few basic questions:  What is the status of our project today? When will we complete it? What risks need to be managed to complete the project successfully and what do you need from me? This webinar will show you how to provide this information in one sheet.  Using techniques described in the One-Page Project Manager series of books, and a single workbook, you will be able to plan, update and communicate your project progress efficiently and effectively.

The webinar will briefly cover basics of project management while introducing a mind-set, skill set, and tool set in an easy EXCEL format to help you bring your project to successful completion.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn five project success factors
  2. Understand the roles of the project sponsor(s), manager and stakeholders
  3. Understand how to develop a realistic and well-defined project
    1. scope statement
    2. deliverable(s) and
    3. schedule (who will do what by when)
  4. Apply the One-Page Project Management Tool to a Bass Connections Project.

About the Speaker: Mary Trabert, MBA, CAPM

Mary Trabert is the chair of the Duke Project Management Community of Practice (PMCoP) Steering Committee. Her “day job” at Duke is as Administrative Director of the Center for Health Measurement in the Department of Population Health Sciences supporting investigators who conduct patient-reported outcomes measurement research.

Ms. Trabert earned an MBA from UNC as a Distinguished Alumni Fellow and is PMI certified as an associate in project management. While at Duke she has spent 13 years honing her “GSD” skills. (GSD = “Getting Stuff Done”.) Prior to joining Duke, she provided executive coaching, team development, strategic planning, change leadership and project management consulting.

1.5 PDUs (Technical 0.75, Strategy 0.25, Leadership 0.25) will be submitted for persons attending the entire webinar.

Date: September 28, 2018
Time:  12:00–1:30 p.m.

Presenter: Mary Trabert, MBA, CAPM   
Hosted by: Duke Project Management Community of Practice & Higher Education Community of Practice

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