Join us on July 9, at 6 p.m. EDT for an evening with Microsoft. Our webinar will focus on how you can use Microsoft Teams to manage a variety of different types of projects.
Project management tools can be great for managing tasks, but what about collaboration on all aspects of a project? Microsoft Teams has a solution for all of your project management needs.
Join us for an evening with Microsoft featuring Centric Consulting’s Modern Workplace Teamwork Lead, Michael McNett, who will kick-off the webinar with a keynote on management projects in Teams and a live demo—followed by a panel of three project management and Microsoft experts who will walk you through a variety of real-life examples and benefits of managing projects in Teams.
The webinar will start with a quick overview of Microsoft Teams, but the focus will be on key areas and integrations within Teams that will help manage various types of projects, from simple to all hands on deck. Michael will discuss the key areas for project management within Teams such as Microsoft Planner, integration with third-party project management applications, and integration with Microsoft Project.
Learn about the best practices for security, governance and how Teams can fill the gaps found in traditional project management applications. Using Teams with integrated tools can improve collaboration functionality, create centralized visibility on project tasks, collaboration with external entities and partners, access to files from numerous information sources, permission management, access to the project artifacts, and mobile application capabilities.
The panel will walk you through:
- Challenges and benefits working projects remotely
- Reporting on Microsoft Teams and access sharing
- Use cases on project management apps integrated with Teams
- Scheduling in Microsoft Teams
- Security – HIPAA, Compliance, and Governance
About the Speakers
Michael McNett is our Enterprise Collaboration Practice Teamwork lead. He focuses on helping organizations become more productive and gaining a competitive edge by improving their teamwork and collaboration capabilities. By taking a business and people-first approach, Mike partners with clients to guide them through steps that will help them increase their employee engagement and return on investment.
Mike has nearly 30 years of experience in building and leading teams and organizations while an Officer in the United States Army (1983-2012) where he served in a variety of leadership and technical positions to include being the Director of the Continental United States Theater Network and Operations Security Center and the Chief Information Officer of both the National Defense University and the United States Military Academy. Since 2012, Mike has been a senior IT consultant in the Columbus, Ohio area, advising clients on how they can improve their collaboration and communication capabilities by ensuring their projects are well-governed and aligned to their business goals and objectives.
Tracy Dixon, PMP, MBA, is a Senior Project and Resource Manager at Centric’s Miami location and currently manages technology and project management work for multiple clients. Her recent work has focused on the delivery of web and mobile applications, human resource projects, PMO streamlining and efficiency, and process improvement efforts. Tracy has nearly 20 years of experience as a Senior Technician, Program, Project, and Account Manager. She has worked for clients through Centric across multiple industries, including healthcare, insurance, field services, financial services, and technology.
Leon Green is the innovative and strategic Corporate Director of VITAS Healthcare Project Management Office (PMO), who directs and oversees the PMO, project management and ITSM functions. He ensures the IT project portfolio delivers consistent, high-quality projects, and programs to meet organization goals and requirements.
Katherine Ericsson is an accomplished Project, Program and Portfolio Management Executive from PMI. She has over twenty years of experience in successfully establishing and optimizing several IT PMOs within complex enterprise environments to support operational excellence and revenue growth initiatives. A “hands-on or hands-off” approach to foster adoption of PMO best practices.