Host: Faculty of Graduate Studies & Talent Acquisition & Development
Date: Thursday, March 29, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: 280N YL
About: Although collaborative project management is an increasingly core and critical skill in academic and non-academic careers alike, many people with graduate degrees have no explicit or formal preparation in managing collaborative projects, large or small. This one-day practical training session will explore some of the project management skills and tools that can help optimize work performance in a range of professional contexts. The workshop will introduce a standard approach to managing a project, as well as easy-to-use project management tools. Participants will be taken through a 10 step project planning process and receive hands on training in the use of Project Charter, Work Breakdown Structure, Resource Planning, Gantt Chart, and Risk Management tools.
Presenter: Laura Isabella has been with York University for over 7 years in the Talent Acquisition & Development department as the Talent Management Consultant. She is a seasoned corporate adult educator specializing in facilitation, project management, coaching, career planning and leadership development.