Project Management 101
Projects are an inevitable part of life and work. Some projects are small and some seem bigger than we can possibly execute. No industry knows this better than non-profit!
Solid and credible research shows that if we use project management principals, projects are more likely to succeed. So, how do we best educate ourselves? Do we have to employ professional project managers to realize the benefits? and how much project management knowledge is enough to consistently succeed in our project work?
This workshop will delve into the hows’ and whys’ of project management, making the claim that even the simplest understanding of PM principals can have a positive impact. We will share insights into leading project work and demonstrate, through fun and interactive examples, how simple steps can help build resiliency and help non profits become more successful in managing projects.
About the Facilitator:
Amber McMillan, CMC PMP is currently the Certification Director for PMI-Vancouver Island and is a Certified Change Manager with Prosci. She has spent most of her career as a Manager and Director in the non-profit sector and is dedicated to spreading the knowledge and understanding of Project and Change Management principals in simple, practical ways. (ambermcmillan.com)
She currently works as Executive Director for a large non-profit child care centre in Victoria, BC.