Acclimating to a project management role requires a fair amount of personal investment to build a foundation of knowledge and see rising success in your projects. Whether you have been gifted a project management role, or have officially become a Project Manager, using strategic improvisation will help build that foundation of knowledge through a combination of creativity, intuition and a skill called “Bricolage.”
Formal processes may be part of your organization, and how your organization addresses culture, motivation, commitment and trust is key to how innovation and more importantly, improvisation is handled through changing situations. Organizations have different levels of risk tolerance in regards to self-directed work, but allowing improvisation is key to breaking the assumptions of “best-practices” through creativity and creating effective solutions to problems.
|Event Date||10-27-2021 7:30 pm|
|Event End Date||10-27-2021 8:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||10-01-2021 7:00 am|
|Cut off date||10-27-2021 4:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$5 includes 1 Leadership PDU|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
|Categories||Monthly Member - 1 PDU - Leadership|
Marney Ridout-Fieselman, CAPM, Project Manager
I am a Certified Associate in Project Management and Project Manager leading internal/external product development, inter-departmental knowledge management projects and client integration initiatives using lean methodologies. I have a strong background in client success and client relationship management and an interest in individual, team and organizational development. Cultivating and maintaining strong internal and external relationships leads to better success throughout projects and teams. I am an active community member and veteran military spouse that has called
Jacksonville home for little over three years now after moving here with the military. Originally from Colorado, my family and I quickly fell in love with Jacksonville and chose to settle down here. Connect with me here - I would love to hear from you!