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Introduction to Project Management Models
July 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
As part of the Introduction to Project Management series, this presentation provides an overview of project management models. Project management models provide a system of practices, techniques, procedures, and rules to complete a project. During this session we will look at what project management models are and why we use them. During this session, I will provide an overview of the most common models: waterfall, iterative, and agile.
What participants can expect to gain:
This is an introduction series. By the end of this session participants should expect to have a basic understanding of project management models. Participants should have an overview and definition of the three most common models including some of their differences.
About the presenter:
Dr. Arruda has been in the IT industry for over 30 years. She started her career as a technical application developer before finding her way to project management in 1999. Today, she is the Software Engineering Program Manager for Fire Suppression Products at Johnson Controls, Inc. Throughout her career Dr. Arruda has worked in a variety of organizations from designing submarines at Electric Boat, developing gaming systems for GTech Corporation, and managing e-Business portals for FM Global. In 2019 obtained her doctorate degree in IT Project Management. For her research dissertation, she studied practical risk management measures for IT projects.
Some Important additional Details:
Our Introduction to Project Management Models is taking place on Microsoft Teams . If you have never logged into a Microsoft Teams before, be sure to give yourself time beforehand to download Teams.
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Please plan on arriving at about 1:00pm as we will start promptly at 1:05 pm!
The Introduction to Project Management Models will run until 2:00pm, with ample time for Q&A
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