Saturday 14th November, 2015
3:30pm to 4:15pm
When done right (or at all!) project management (PM) can help deliver collaborative projects that are completed on-time, within scope and with organizational buy-in. This presentation will discuss how to apply the formal principles of project management and team leadership in a realistic way to library technology projects. We will focus on pulling out the concepts of PM that are most pertinent to the types of technology projects and collaborative structures found in libraries, as well as pointers for effective team leadership which successful project management relies upon.
Interim Associate Director, Library Information Technology & Systems at UNC Wilmington bio from LinkedIn
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