Health Care Project Management: The Intersection of Strategy, People, and Process (HCPM14)

Venue: Harvard School of Public Health

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 10, 2014 / 8:00 am - (EST) End Date/Time: Feb 13, 2014 / 5:00 pm - (EST)
Registration Date: Feb 10, 2014 Time: 12:00:00 - (EST)
Early Registration Date: Feb 09, 2014 Time: 23:00:00 - (EST)
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Description

Health Care Project Management provides participants with the project management skills needed to improve health care delivery performance and the people management skills to create an effective project management environment.

The program weaves the topics of creating and managing teams, delegation, motivation, conflict resolution, and negotiation into the technical approach to project management so they work together to generate maximum results.

In addition, participants will explore project management through the lens of audiences affected by their work. Experiential activities and case study analysis allow the time to practice both the skills and the language of project management.

The program is focused on participants’ current project work, providing real-time learning in a confidential and comfortable setting that moves their projects forward.

Who Should Participate

This program is designed for clinical and non-clinical professionals in health care delivery organizations who are tasked with managing projects and project teams, including:

  • Clinical and Non-clinical Administrators
  • Community Affairs Managers
  • Human Resources and Workforce Development Professionals
  • Nurses and Nursing Leaders
  • Physicians and Physician Leaders
  • Clinical Division Chiefs
  • Laboratory Managers
  • Health Information Technology Managers and Administrators
  • Quality Managers
  • Regulatory Managers
Learning Objectives:
  • Gain experience with the steps involved in the project management process and adapt the stages to address the nuances within a variety of health care settings
  • Explore the interplay between project management and process improvement strategies such as LEAN, Focus PDSA and QI efforts through the lens of data collection and analysis
  • Learn and practice strategies to navigate the interpersonal dynamics that emerge between and among the roles of clinical and administrative leaders/staff. Specific focus will be on managing conflict and successful negotiation as it pertains to the project management arena
  • Identify and examine presentation styles and methods that maximize communication among audiences with a stake in project outcomes
  • Examine the role of change on successful project outcomes and your ability to act as a lever for change within your organization
  • Benefit from expert faculty with post program coaching that continues your project’s forward progress

Venue

651 Huntington Avenue
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
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Conference Speakers

Program Director   Karen Curley, MSW, MPH Organizational Effectiveness Partner Independent Consultant   Faculty   Mary Finlay, MBA Professor Simmons School of Management Former Deputy Chief Information Officer Partners HealthCare System, Inc.   Vinod K. Sahney, PhD Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Management Harvard School of Public Health Senior Fellow Institute for Healthcare Improvement Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Northeastern University   Marc L. Spaulding, PhD Adjunct Faculty in Masters Program (Leadership) and Business Management Granite State College   Theodore J. Witherell, MA Director, Organization Development & Training Partners HealthCare System, Inc. Adjunct Faculty Harvard School of Public Health

Additional Information

Program Director   Karen Curley, MSW, MPH Organizational Effectiveness Partner Independent Consultant   Faculty   Mary Finlay, MBA Professor Simmons School of Management Former Deputy Chief Information Officer Partners HealthCare System, Inc.   Vinod K. Sahney, PhD Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Management Harvard School of Public Health Senior Fellow Institute for Healthcare Improvement Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Northeastern University   Marc L. Spaulding, PhD Adjunct Faculty in Masters Program (Leadership) and Business Management Granite State College   Theodore J. Witherell, MA Director, Organization Development & Training Partners HealthCare System, Inc. Adjunct Faculty Harvard School of Public Health