Collaborative Project management is a discipline, and as such can be quite difficult without the proper training. Some project managers have had formal training (for example PMI’s PMBOK or PRINCE2) and some lucky project managers instinctively know how to initiate, manage and close projects to success. Many project managers however, are thrown into the deep end with little or no training. Other experienced project managers are struggling to train new project managers.
The BrightWork community of customers have assisted such project managers with a step-by-step, how-to guide. The Collaborative Project Management Guide is simple and easy to follow, and describes the typical stages, steps and sub-steps involved in starting, setting up, managing and closing a typical project.
At this MPUG webcast you will get:
- A simple and easy to follow guide for collaborative project management
- A summary of the typical stages, steps and sub-steps involved in managing a project (including steps for Team Members)
- An overview of a positive project management leadership style
- A guide that your organization can adapt to train new project managers
Éamonn McGuinness is the CEO of BrightWork. From 1995 Éamonn has been involved in the development of commercial software products on Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange 2000 webstore, SharePoint 2001, SharePoint 2003, SharePoint 2007 and now SharePoint 2010, with the same basic product mission (process driven project management). Éamonn has been on various Microsoft SharePoint advisory councils since 2001. He has over 25 years of executive experience at various technology organizations including The Armed Services, The United Nations and Digital Equipment Corporation. He received his MSc from Dublin City University, Ireland. Since 1987 Éamonn has been involved in various international process and project management standards and was a TickIT/ISO 9001 Lead Auditor and a Software CMM (Capability Maturity Model) Lead Assessor. At BrightWork he has worked with organizations like Microsoft, Boeing, Eastman Kodak, Fedex and US Army assisting with the introduction of very pragmatic project management practices and project offices.