Description
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(27)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Oct 18, 2016
Duration
59m
Description

Capturing and integrating lessons learned from previous projects into their methodologies is one of the toughest challenges organizations have. This course will give you case studies of well-known projects from which you can learn valuable lessons on project management in order to improve your own skills at work.

About the author
About the author

Ms. Wagner is an experienced project, program, and portfolio manager. Her roles have included managing capital asset plans and business case summaries; project controls and performance goals for $132M IT investment supporting an inter-agency web-based system. She has led teams of project managers, business analysts, and instructors involved in internal enhancements and new product development.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Welcome
Hello and welcome. My name is Terri Wagner, Owner and President of Mentor Source, Inc. I received my Project Management Professional credential, or PMP, in 2001 after many years of running projects, programs, and portfolios. Capturing and integrating lessons learned from previous projects is one of the toughest challenges organizations have in learning from their past projects and making improvements to their own project practices from those experiences. It's a gift when we can learn from other people's experiences and add some new or better practices to our own way of managing projects. This course will take a quick peek at projects I have worked on, as well as some projects from around the world, to glean some lessons we can learn from these brief examples. So let's get started by revisiting a classic concept, the triple constraints.