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Presented by Joel Bookman August 2012

Project Management. Moving from Plan to Implementation. Presented by Joel Bookman August 2012. Project Management. Moving from Plan to Implementation. August 2012. So, the plan is done. What do we do now???. How do you eat an elephant?. . . . one bite at a time. Focus on the Important.

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Presented by Joel Bookman August 2012

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  1. Project Management Moving from Plan to Implementation Presented by Joel Bookman August 2012

  2. Project Management Moving from Plan to Implementation August 2012

  3. So, the plan is done . . . What do we do now???

  4. How do you eat an elephant? . . . one bite at a time.

  5. Focus on the Important

  6. It’s about PRIORITIES • Strategic • Catalytic • Visible • Doable • Critical

  7. Priorities • From the plan • Strategy & project ID • Lead organization & partners • Objective

  8. Project Priorities—July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012

  9. It’s about Work Plans • Management tool for the neighborhood • Blueprint for your investment • Device to measure progress • Means to organize resources • Opportunity to provide support

  10. Begin With The End in Mind!

  11. Work Plan Lead agency:Strategy:Objective:Time period of Work Plan: Who is responsible for this work? Where do the resources come from?

  12. Work Plan Lead agency:Strategy:Objective:Time period of Work Plan: Usually from QOL plan Should be SMART What are the pieces you have to put in place? The steps to accomplish your result? What do you do first on day 1, week 1, month 1? Start here! Be specific! Can you answer “yes, we accomplished” or “no, we did not” at the end of the year? What is the final push that must be done to get your results? Who is responsible for this work? Where do the resources come from?

  13. Now, what? • Ongoing engagement • Dealing with new issues, goals, plans, changing leadership • Documenting and communicating process and results • Peer learning • Building the civic partnership

  14. . . . one bite at a time

  15. What do you think? • What is working for you? • What are your challenges? • How do you approach moving from planning to implementation? • What questions to you have for others? • What advice would you offer?

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