March Program: Project Management Decision Making in 60 Minutes

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Our March program is an online presentation on using our tech comm skills in new ways, presented by Dr. Liz Herman. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, 18 March 2020 at 6:30 pm.

Many technical communicators use their existing skill set to advance into project management roles. Identifying audience needs, for example, is one of the great traits of technical communicators. This month’s program covers audience needs from the lens of project management. In 60 minutes, you will discover a stakeholder model that leaves no one out of project planning considerations, and you will have a different way to view decision makers—and whether they are aiding or delaying your project.

The meeting will be online and hosted on GoToMeeting. The link will be provided after registration.

About the Program

What: Project Management Decision Making in 60 Minutes

Who: Liz Herman

When: Wednesday, 18 March 2020, at 6:30 pm

Where: Webinar

How Much:

  • $10 STC New England members
  • $15 STC members
  • $20 non-members
  • $5 students

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About the Presenter

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Liz Herman

As a long-time technical communicator and an Expert-Level Certified Professional Technical Communicator, Liz is currently building a knowledge management practice at Senture, LLC and recently concluded a knowledge management project with the United States Department of Agriculture.

As a senior member of STC, Liz has served on its Board of Directors, chaired the Community Affairs Committee, the Technical Communication Book of Knowledge Committee, and the Intercom Editorial Advisory Board.

She has also served in various leadership roles in the Eastern Iowa and Washington DC Baltimore chapters.

About STC New England

The New England chapter is one of the largest chapters in the Society for Technical Communication (STC). The New England chapter serves technical communications professionals in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

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