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Project Management Community of Practice November 15, 2010 DRAFT
2 DRAFT Agenda Introduction Current PM Activities Elements of PM Future PM support Next steps Wrap-up
3 DRAFT Introduction Thank you Community of Practice (def): Communities of Practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly* Objectives of the PM CoP Bring those interested in PM together in a forum to share information and knowledge Discuss PM challenges and new techniques Coordinate PM activities All to increase PM capabilities in HRS *Wenger, McDermott, & Snyder. (2002). Cultivating communities of practice: A guide to managing knowledge
4 DRAFT Current PM Activities People CMB VMB BESO – Training Group PM CoP Processes Draft Project Status Report HRS Project Management Toolkit Project Management SOP Technology MS Project EPM Live Other enterprise-wide solutions
5 DRAFT Current PM Training Activities HRS Corporate Opportunities ONLC Skillsoft MS Project Advanced PM course PM Fundamentals PMP Prep course Ad hoc training courses PMBOK books EMDC and WMDC PM training opportunities
6 DRAFT Elements of Project Management* Project – A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result; duration is finite; undertaken to create a lasting outcome Project Management – The application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements Project Manager – The person responsible for accomplishing project objectives Project Management Processes Initiating Planning Executing Monitoring and Controlling Closing *Taken directly from A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), Third Edition
7 DRAFT Elements of Project Management* (cont) Project Management Knowledge Areas Integration Management – to coordinate other processes Scope Management – to define and control what is and is not included in the project Time Management – to accomplish timely project completion Cost (or Budget) Management – to ensure that the project is completed on budget Quality Management – to ensure that project satisfies the needs for which it was undertaken HR Management – to organize and manage the project team Communications Management – to ensure the timely and appropriate generation, distribution, storage and retrieval of project information Risk Management – to increase the probability of positive events and decrease the probability of adverse events Procurement Management – To purchase or acquire necessary resources outside of the project team *Taken directly from A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), Third Edition
8 DRAFT Future PM Support CMB Project Management Support the organization in delivering solutions to customers Become Center of Excellence for project management Develop processes, tools, etc. to assist PMs Provide PM assistance as necessary to organization PM Training Determine PM roles in HRS and associated competencies Develop recommended training around competencies Provide ad hoc PM training as requested OTHERS???
9 DRAFT Next Steps Refine PM CoP logistics Frequency Attendees Codify PM CoP with charter and send out Set up PM CoP knowledge portal Establish upcoming meetings Others???
10 DRAFT Wrap-up Questions? Recommendations? Top five things that you want to discuss in future meetings Points of contact CMB Project Management Cindy Wilberding Don Sepe HRS Corporate Training Fred Frederick John Levock EMDC/WMDC Bud Paulson Charles Cranford