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The profession of project management, specifically digital and web project management, has recently become one of the hottest jobs in the tech market.
Many growing organizations have come to recognize the need for project managers in the wake of expanding operations and project teams. It’s not uncommon for designers and developers to find themselves cast in the role of project manager, even if many of these responsibilities fall well outside their job description. This is also a good time to “break into” the profession of project management for folks who work in a capacity related to design or development.
Our workshop will focus specifically on the basics of project management for beginners; whether you’ve recently found yourself cast in the role of project manager by your company, or whether you’re looking to make a career transition.
We will cover everything from project planning, project management methodologies (Agile and Waterfall), running meetings, and the “soft skills” needed to successfully facilitate a project. We’ll also explore the major project management tools in the marketplace.
Nadine Rose Carole
Nadine is currently a program manager at AT&T Foundry, working at the crossroad of innovation and tech. Her background demonstrates her expertise in managing projects & people, across multiple industries. Prior to her role as a program manager, Nadine was a project manager at Google, and started her own company. She has continued to build on her skills through continuing professional development, mentorship and a desire to always learn more. Nadine also has a Master's in Social Work from Columbia University focused on social entrepreneurship and management.
She believes in creating community and is passionate about working with people and building inspiring product. Her mantra is - "it's all in the details". It's important to notice the world around. She is also passionate about all things food and is always happy to share recommendations in SF.
We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.
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