In our jobs, we (rightfully) focus on meeting the needs of our constituents. But things fall apart when we are faced with logistical nightmares, bureaucracy, micromanagement, and miscommunication. So what do you do when you don't have an official project manager?
This session will focus on the basics: scheduling meetings, taking meeting notes, handling document versions, creating documentation, and writing effective emails. Anyone can do these things—but not everyone is doing them right. You'll learn:
Who should attend: This session will be ideal for people who need to do their own project management. Actual project managers might find the info a bit introductory.
Manager of undergraduate recruitment, Western University