|Date||Nov 16 and 17, 2021 08:30 AM – 03:15 PM both days|
|Location||Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St.
This class will take place in-person only if it is in full compliance with public health directives. Participants will be notified in advance if class will meet virtually.
|Project management fundamentals for public managers flyer|
All the tools you need to see a successful project through
Gain foundational knowledge and explore contemporary best practices in project management to build the personal knowledge, skills and confidence you need to effectively lead projects. Whether you’re leading your first project, struggling to get through all the projects on your to-do list, or looking for strategies to ensure project success, you will benefit from this class.
By the end of this class you should be able to:
Agenda for the day:
Instructor: Sagar Awate (MS, Ohio State Univ.) has spent nearly a decade in project management as a consultant, employee, vendor, and contractor. He has also worked for various state agencies as well as in the private sector (consulting, insurance, finance, marketing, and sales). He is experienced in Waterfall, Iterative, and Agile methodologies.
“I was coming at this as a complete beginner. This class helped me understand how many tools, resources, and structure exist to project management. I feel like now I have a clearer big picture of project management and understand the different moving pieces. The best takeaway for me was the importance of different teams needing to work together to get to the finish line.”
“Sagar was very knowledgeable in project management. He was a great communicator and allowed enough time for questions. I appreciated the examples he shared from his own projects that he had completed.”