Your Role in Building a Pipeline for Project Managers of the Future

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Overview

This webinar will introduce a toolkit designed for project managers to become involved in the critical need of preparing students for the future.  Bringing Project Management into the School Transformation Conversation provides information and resources for Project Managers to make a difference in the quality of education in their communities and to help develop a pipeline for future project managers.  All sectors within communities must take an active role and provide a strong voice in the local conversations, debates and decisions surrounding transforming policies, prioritizing resources and changing school culture.  We will discuss the many roles Project Managers can play, how to learn what is being done in your community and specifically how you can become involved.

Deanna Hanson, Hanson Consulting Group is a consultant for educational organizations, and the author of this toolkit.  Deanna is also a member of the PMI Chapter in Sacramento, CA.

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Acknowledgements: Marjorie Anderson and Kendra Modzelewski

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