Project Management: 20 Ways To Be More Effective

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20 Ways To Be More Effective On Any Project

What is this program about?
This ten-minutes-a-day program covers the key elements of projects from three angles:
  1. What needs to be done (project management) 
  2. What people are doing (change management)
  3. The big picture of what the project is trying to achieve (context)

It includes things that grizzled old veterans wish they'd learned early in their career.

Who is this program designed for?
If you are a new comer to projects or an experienced project manager, this program is for you. It's all about effectiveness (what you focus on, what's happening and who you need to do it with).

What will you take away?
Project_Projects will give you the insider story so that you can make sense of what's going on in any project (even if it occasionally seems crazy), so that you can ask the right questions, interact with peers, and deliver the quality and results wanted.

About the curator

Joanne Flinn
Author, Change Visionary
The human:
Done projects since I was 7 starting with building a cubby house in the garden. Moved on to bigger things in business, traveled the world and generally got fascinated with how people react when things get disruptive and change.

The official bio in formal 3rd person:
Author of ‘the Success Healthcheck’ (Wiley 2010), and editor of ‘New Eyes, the Human Side of Change Leadership’(2013), Joanne's expertise is the human side of change leadership, business transformation and program management. 

Following a successful professional career on the DBS IT Exco and as head of the Financial Services Consulting Practice Group at PricewaterhouseCoopers (Thailand), she co-founded ‘The Change Leaders’ in conjunction with HÈC Paris and Oxford University UK to help organizations positively address the human side of change. Joanne is an insightful, energizing and provoking keynote speaker with the ACMP and the PMI. 

Joanne holds a Master of Science from HÈC Paris and University of Oxford, a Bachelors of Economics and Bachelor of Law from University of Tasmania and post-graduate qualifications in Finance and Investment from the Australian Securities Institute.