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Our presentation explores the challenges faced by healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) in this process of moving from paper to electronic medical records. (We refer to HDOs throughout as a generic healthcare provider instead of addressing the differences associated with community hospitals, teaching hospitals, physician groups, ambulatory centers, and so on.) This is particularly important given the highly complex nature of healthcare organizations as well as the fundamentally transformative nature of HIT.
I. Overview of Risk Management inputs, tools and outputs II. Examples of common areas of risk in legal projects III. Practical application of risk planning and analysis IV. Example of a risk register, items to consider in planning, formulas to identify contingency budgets (time and cost) and proposed template for practical use
Earned Value Mixology - The term “Mixology” refers to receiving an increased effect when you drink any beverage that you make. In this session Earned Value Mixology looks at the main ingredients of a program (that uses Earned Value), notably, Budget, Schedule and Scope and, takes a light hearted look at what is Earned Value, the key elements, provides some helpful tips, benefits and some precautions.
We will discuss 4 techniques for slicing EPICs into smaller deliverables and also share how you can use Business Value Points for prioritizing features. Whether you’re doing Agile or not, you will absolutely walk away with tips to help you improve your current requirements approach
Being a strong Project Manager takes more than a solid set of project management skills. In this discussion, you’ll learn about a balanced approach to project management that has been found to be successful as a project management and change management consultant. Because the very nature of projects is to introduce change, it is increasingly important for those that lead projects to have effective interpersonal skills. You’ll hear some of the findings from the latest research on people skills, and you will receive a list of several actions you can take to increase your effectiveness as a Project Manager. We’ll also briefly touch upon some critical technical and business skills which round out the tool chest needed for impactful assignments. Whether you are in a role of internal or external consultant, with a balanced approach, you’ll have a greater chance for obtaining better project outcomes
This presentation examines inspiration and examples of inspirations in all facets of our life and how these lessons can be used to improve leadership skills. Drawing from a wide range of personal expertise and continuous learning, Dave will present a grab bag of different ways inspiration can be found in our lives This presentation will be a highly interactive discussion as well as glimpses of a grab bag of inspiration examples. Some part of the grab bag will include things such as a snippet from a television series, to an example of a “well known leader”, to antidotes of everyday life. The attendee will leave with a better realization of how they are inspired and how they can & do inspire others.
In typical Rick Morris style, this session will not be full of theories or textbook options. Instead, it will be an introspective look into actual experiences and a telling of true lessons learned. Rick made a name for himself at Fortune 100 companies for his ability to quickly analyze, understand, and put plans in motion to turn around failing projects
Web 2.0 is a compilation of several technologies focused on giving the end user a lot of control and voice. This presentation – Project Management 2.0 – describes some of the concepts and ways these technologies can be utilized to improve project management processes. These technologies and their applications are broad and can be applied across industries though specific applications may evolve for specific industries