The OIT project management guidelines are largely drawn from best practices and proven guidelines utilized by institutions and companies globally. The purpose of implementing these guidelines is to improve project results through a uniform application of project management best practices appropriately tailored for the Office of Information Technology. The Project Management Office Guidelines document outlines the roles, responsibilities and processes that all units within OIT are to use for managing technical projects.
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Learn all about project management using these online training materials, which delve into managing teams, setting project schedule, delegating tasks, and managing project resources by accessing Lynda.com using your GT Account here. A few Lynda.com resource of notable interest are:
Enterprise Project Management Tool (Workfront)
OIT Project Managers use Workfront for project and portfolio management. Workfront is a project management software that allows PMs to manage all of their work in one place. Workfront reduces work chaos and simplifies everything from team communication with real-time collaboration to project tracking and reporting.
How to Get Access
If your unit is interested in using Workfront for your current project management needs, please contact Mike Vallecoccia from the Strategic Consulting Team.