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FUNdamentals of Project Management

Presentation for HSTW Conference New Orleans 2012 Activities and Information on Project Management
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Teresa Pinkston

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of FUNdamentals of Project Management

FUNdamentals
of Project
Management Initiate-examining the strategic fit for a proposed project.
Plan- a workable scheme to accomplish the project’s intended goals and outcomes.
Execute & Control-coordinates people and other resources to carry out the plan as defined in the project plan.
Close-final details for completing a project. Resolve any final project details, and obtain customer acceptance of final deliverables. Project Management Quick Guide Marshmallow Tower Build A Bridge SNAFU Save the Egg http://funprojectmanagement.wikispaces.com/ ANY QUESTIONS? Skills Obtained Projects for the school
A Project for the class
Projects from other Teachers Brainstorming Ideas Project Management for Youth
Table of Contents Thanks for coming and participating. May the remainder of your day be filled with lots of learning and lots of fun.

Teresa Pinkston
Tulsa Technology Center PMI Case Study from
Tulsa Technology Center NASA Communication Exercise
NASA Handout
Writing Utensil (Pen or Pencil Session Activity
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