Upcoming Project Management meetings
May 27, 2020
June Project Management Meeting: Using Microsoft Teams to Manage your Projects
Microsoft Teams is now available to all Yale staff, and can be a useful tool to facilitate communications and sharing of information across teams and individuals. If you are interested in learning more about Microsoft Teams, join this online session to hear how members of the ITS community have moved from traditional uses of email, instant message, Box, and SharePoint to the use of the Microsoft Teams platform and other integrated products.
Facilitators: Apriel Biggs-Coker, Amy Keach
- Tuesday, June 2
- 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
- via Zoom (registered participants will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with the Zoom link firstname.lastname@example.org)
Register through Yale’s Training Management System to reserve your seat - may require login through Yale’s Virtual Private Network (VPN).
PMP Training Through Skillsoft
Skillsoft provides material to both prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exams as well as assess your readiness to take them. The changes to the PMP certification have been postponed to January 2, 2021, so take this opportunity to prepare and take the PMP exam before it undergoes any changes. Access the Skillsoft library for free with your Yale NetID.
LinkedIn Learning Project Management Courses
LinkedIn Learning is available to all eligible staff, students, and faculty of Yale University. The service has many courses on Project Management skills, tools, industry specific information, and preparing for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications. If you haven’t yet taken advantage of this benefit, sign-up and give your project management skills and knowledge a boost. Further information is available on the Learn and Grow website, on the Online Learning page.
Connect with Us - PM Slack communication channel
Please feel free to sign-up for our Slack channel by using your Yale email address and a password you set yourself. This is a great place to ask questions, share ideas and documents to help with project planning, and get to know your fellow project managers from across campus.
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