Here’s the list of the questions that will be brainstormed by PM folks from all over the globe:
Q1 – What key conditions in the broader organizational context must be met for a project to succeed?
Q2 – What group process techniques are essential at the beginning of a project?
Q3 – What kinds of “business case” documentation are essential?
Q4 – What do you absolutely always do to keep the project moving forward and high on everyone’s list of priorities?
Q5 – Re: Charts & Diagrams & Tables: Which ones are the absolute minimum (the bare essentials) & why?
Q6 – What are some specific best practices for managing your sponsors & senior managers?
Q7 – What does an organization have to do for you to keep your PM passion alive?
Join us! You are welcome to participate in the discussion or simply watch. Either way, if you’re interested in Project Management, you’re bound to learn something new!
More About #PMChat
“Project Management Chat is a weekly Twitter chat hosted by Robert Kelly, Rob Prinzo, and Hala Saleh each Friday from 12-1pm (EST) via hashtag #PMChat. Weekly topics focus on Project Management & Leaderships challenges… In addition to the lively discussion and the sharing of ideas, #PMChat participants are eligible to receive PDU credits. Find out how. ” — from About PMChat
Here’s my newbies’ guide to #PMChat: #PMChat: Weekly Live PM Chat on Twitter