Instructor: Margaret Van Note

Margaret Van Note
Biography:

Margaret Van Note, PMP, WCP has worked as a project manager to implement business services and technical solutions in healthcare and financial services both nationally and internationally. She has established Project Management Offices in a variety of business settings. She is currently the PMO Director for the MEMIC Group and is responsible for Project and Release Management frameworks. She also manages the Project Manager and Business Analyst Teams, and outside of MEMIC she is a standing member of PMI and PMI Maine. Margaret was born overseas and resided in Chile, South Africa, El Salvador and Washington, D.C. until high school. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is from Wellesley College and she has lived in Maine for over thirty years.


Classes by this instructor


Contact Hrs/CEUs: 14/1.4



Project Management is the application of skills, methodologies, tools and techniques to achieve goals while navigating the uncertainty, risk, and constraints that inevitably impact project work. This program orients individuals considering the field, functional managers running projects, and assigned project managers to the practice of Project Management. Through discussion and team exercises, participants will obtain an overview of frameworks and tools to support project and organizational success, share experiences about common risks and mistakes, and identify key skills and competencies for successful individual practice to apply in their own work settings.

 

Online classes will be interactive and include a mix of pre-work assignments and live-online class discussions. You may participate in active dialogue, reflection, explore real-life scenarios, or group activities to demonstrate your understanding and share meaning. Come prepared to engage and explore new ways of learning and relationship-building.     

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September 11-25, 2024, Online