Avoiding Overload: Project Management and Productivity Strategies to Organize, Execute, and Succeed

As higher education professionals, we juggle myriad projects, struggle to most productively expend the finite resource of time, track and report what we have accomplished, and effectively plan and prioritize what we have yet to accomplish. This recorded session, from the NASPA 2016 Conference, focuses on (mostly free) tools available to help plan, organize projects, and demonstrate progress. Participants will operationalize the concept of project management at a macro, micro, and personal level and gain practice, considering how to execute differently scaled projects and curb information overload. 
 
Following the video, we will open it up to discussion to share other best practices and resources used at UChicago.
 
Event Details
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
3:30 to 5 pm
Berwanger Conference Room, Ratner Athletics Center
5530 S. Ellis Ave.