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PM: Project Scope and Chart - Shared screen with speaker view
Peg (Margaret) Burnette
33:14
very helpful!
Virginia Stricklin
33:17
when does a “job” become a project in your organization?
Janice Lurie
33:23
Yes. Thank You.
mklemundt1574
33:35
Who should be working on creating the scope and charter?
Patrick Hussey
33:42
What would you recommend doing if a person in a project has to be on the desk most of the work day? How best do you delegate responsibilities during a project?
Erica Myles
33:50
These ideas are so new to me that I don't have questions formed yet. Just absorbing at this time.
erinz
35:07
yes this is helpful. We found out we have the opportunity to have our children's area refreshed by a fiscal sponsor that is interested in Birth -K. We do have a charter template that we use in our system, but this gives me information to think about as I work on it .
Louann Terveer
35:19
This is great! What are some “sticking points” that you have run into especially in creating the scope and charter with a distributed project. Or in sticking to the scope in a distributed project where individuals have different supervisors/lines of reporting?
Sara Rasmussen (she/her)
35:32
Sort of a knowledge management question: Who needs to read the project charter? Everyone working on the project, vs. everyone impacted by the project...? (Perhaps using your previous example, of buying the computers, who received a copy of the charter?)
Sara Rasmussen (she/her)
35:47
Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Frances Loera
40:57
yes, thank you!
Louann Terveer
44:31
Thank you!
Sara Rasmussen (she/her)
47:26
Thank you
Lisa Baures
48:09
When communicating, how do you avoid information overload?
George Gottschalk (he, his)
49:58
This question may, itself, be "out of scope." However, do you have recommendations when in a culture that has not entirely embraced project management practices?
George Gottschalk (he, his)
51:09
Thank you!
Samantha Thorne
51:16
what if management doesn't support project management?
Lisa Baures
51:27
When creating measurables--do you use rubrics/
mklemundt1574
53:01
I think it's a great idea to use PM tools (scope, charter, etc.) without actually using the PM jargon as a way to slip in PM processes in a resistant culture! Thanks for that idea.
George Gottschalk (he, his)
53:13
This presentation of project management is great. Too many workshops I have been in get into the weeds on tools and specifics, which can be overwhelming.
Lydia Potthoff
54:40
Thanks Francine and Carla!
Cindy Adams
54:41
Thank you! Good session!
Diane Griswell
54:42
Thank you!
erinz
54:50
Thank you
Wendy Sears
54:51
Thank you!
Erica Myles
54:54
Thank you!
Colin Koteles
55:16
Thank you!
Rob Cagna
55:16
Thank you!
Ann Gannon
55:17
Thanks so much!
Lola
55:26
Have a great weekend.
Patrick Hussey
55:35
Thank you so much! It was very informative!!
Tricia Lampron (she/her)
55:53
Thank you!
Janice Lurie
55:57
Great session! Thank You.