Project Management: From Chaos to 30,000+ Strategically Managed Tasks a Month - October 11

Recorded On: 10/11/2023

This webinar, hosted by the Group on Information Resources (GIR), was originally presented as a session at the recent Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference in June. Because of its popularity and timely focus, it was chosen to be put forth as part this year’s GIR Programming that this Group hosts throughout the year. Below is the description of what participants will learn about, and there will be time for Q&A at the end. 

After five years of hard work, the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine graduated its first class. The Office of Technology had overcome the chaos and challenges of starting a new school with an all-digital curriculum and a custom learning and management system, and we were struggling under the weight of too many projects and no way to organize or manage them. Enter the project and work management tool, Asana.  The project management tool Asana helped us channel the chaos and creativity of a start-up college into a project management powerhouse that manages over 47,000 tasks a month. Customized and focused coaching led to 145 members and 44 teams adopting Asana at the College of Medicine over the last 12 months and the establishment of the new Office of Strategic Management that provides a sustained focus on strategic planning and project management.

Erika Fleck
Director of Education and Technology
Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

James Henderson
Education Technology System Administrator
Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

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