John Connolly, PMP has been managing projects since early 2014. He spent 16 years working in the library field before pivoting his career to the software industry. A talented writer and communicator, he reaches thousands of readers worldwide through his contributions to blogs, podcasts, and on social media. He gained his Project Management Professional Certification in 2022 and holds a Master of Library & Information Studies degree from the University of Alabama.
He blends a logical and strategic approach to projects with empathetic leadership for teams. He has managed small and large project teams, drawing on his outstanding organizational abilities and the thoughtful application of soft skills.
Drawing on 16 years of experience as an information professional, John Connolly will discuss ideas surrounding the building of project wisdom.
He will speak on the intersection of his experience in library and information science and how some of the principles of information science can inform and improve the knowledge management element of project management practices.
A framework for proactively wielding knowledge to drive positive results.
(1) Attendees will learn about the DIKW framework, its uses, and limitations
(2) Attendees will learn about the distinction between knowledge management and information management
(3) Attendees will discuss the unique nature of knowledge management and how it applies to project management
|Event Date||12-15-2022 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||12-15-2022 7:00 pm|
|Cut off date||12-15-2022 5:00 pm|
|No. of Business Acumen PDUs (formerly Strategic and Business Management)||.5|
|No. of Power Skills PDUs (formerly Leadership)||.5|