This 5-page brief of a project management interest group's inaugural panel discussion summarizes their strategy for selecting presentations and speakers, as well as the best practices and lessons learned from their first group of panelists.
What this is
In a five-page brief, Kathleen Stehly, PMP, not only summarizes the best practices and lessons learned from their first group of panelists, but also how they went about selecting the PMIG presentations and speakers their managers wanted to hear. Provided courtesy of the PMI Retail SIG.
Why it's useful
When this company chartered a PM Interest Group "designed to increase awareness of, use of, and competency in Project Management," more than 70 people attended the first meeting to hear from a panel of expert project and program managers. Their panel-based selection procedure, along with the panel-based discussion summarized here, provides a good model for organizations or companies implementing or improving their own project management support/interest groups.
How to use it
Review the panel discussion Q&A summary for the panelists' thoughts on these and several other common issues:
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