Using Project and Change Management Skills to Execute Your Vision
Dr. Jose Lepervanche
“Use Project and Change Management Skills to Execute Your Vision” will take participants from planning mode to execution mode and prepare them for planned and unexpected changes in life. If life is a continuous system, you have to be prepared for a journey of continuous waves of different sizes!
What you will learn:
+ Ensure that your current vision, personal SWOT analysis and SMART goals are manageable and achievable.
+ Apply project management skills such as work breakdown structure, resources, and scheduling to bring a vision and goals to an execution stage.
+ Evaluate personal execution plan to incorporate planned and unexpected changes.
This presentation includes highlights of Dr. Lepervanche’s Personal Leadership System®
Climb Every Mountain. A Personal SWOT Analysis will help you in identifying your own Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. Once you know all of them you have to climb your own mountains to improve your strengths, reduce your weaknesses, maximize your opportunities and minimize your threats. All mountains are important as they provide valuable lessons to continue to re-evaluate your personal SWOT and climb your next mountains. Life is a continues adventure going up and down. Enjoy the journey and the views.
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This is an updated color version of our old “Focus, focus!” drawing. It is still relevant when forming teams or working on personal projects.
Teamwork is vital in any organization and productive meetings are very important in team dynamics. Meetings provide the ground to move from one stage to another. In the forming stage we have to brainstorm and find the proper direction to fulfill our team objectives. It is time to focus and find the lighthouse to ensure a safe navigation. This was our first meeting to find the focus to bring more underrepresented high school students to the computing disciplines programs offered by our college. This picture fits in any forming team. Focus, focus! (Feb 2009 – http://www.managementadventures.org)