Webinar: The Strategic Project Manager

Who should attend? This session is for principals, project managers, and team leaders at nonprofits and organizations that provide services to the nonprofit sector. The webinar is intended for technical leaders who want to learn about the type of collaboration and transparency they should have with their projects.

What’s it about? There are literally hundreds of time tracking, knowledge sharing, project management, bug tracking and task management tools on the market. Project managers are asked to run multiple projects of different sizes and keep track of team members, and as complexity and size of teams and projects continues to evolve and mature, we often run into many management issues involved with the growing pains. One of the biggest issues is effective and efficient project management.

In this webinar, we will discuss strategies that will complement the tools and processes you already have in place for project development, as well as best practices to help your nonprofit make progress and stay agile. We’ll look at Redmine as an example of a highly flexible, open source project management tool for supporting agile development and support.

What will I learn?

  • Strategic tips to walk tall on the critical path.
  • Collaborative yet decision driven ways to manage multiple projects in the nonprofit world
  • What questions to ask to help move your organization from waterfall to agile.

 

About the Presenter:

Andy Kucharski is CEO of Promet Source, a leading technology firm focused on Drupal and open source technology development and support for the nonprofit sector. Andy has more than 15 years of technical and project management experience from startups to Fortune 50 firms to nonprofits, with industry experience in banking, telecommunications, government, and association technology management. Andy’s E-commerce experience dates to 1998 with the implementation of highly scalable enterprise solutions for telecommunications providers. More recently, he has worked on dozens of association development and government projects, all in Drupal.