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In Scope: Project Success at UW–Madison - How to Get It Right the First Time  (back)
 
Description:
In this session, we will explore the pivotal role of well-defined project requirements, which act as the blueprint for successful project completion. Drawing inspiration from the best practices of project management at UW–Madison and the Project Management Institute (PMI), we’ll guide you through the process of identifying requirements from the project’s inception, resulting in a comprehensive, accurate, and achievable project scope. You’ll gain valuable insights into effective strategies for articulating the project scope, monitoring progress, applying change management tactics, and fostering seamless communication with stakeholders within the higher education landscape.

Presented by Shirwin Yeung, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Department of of Family Medicine and Community Health, School of Medicine and Public Health

This free event is part of the Office of Strategic Consulting’s “In-Scope: Managing Projects at UW Madison” series. In Scope is a mini-curriculum and conversation workshop series designed for managers of small- to medium-sized projects. In this series, project management experts address managing projects in the university environment, introduce project management methods and resources, and facilitate conversations around common problems and solutions.
Contact Info:
JENNIFER ERICKSON (jennifer.erickson@wisc.edu)
Intended Audience:
UW–Madison Employees
 
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Tags:
Project And Task Management
 
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