Project and Change Management Track
About This Track
The Project and Change Management (PCM) track focuses on a variety of topics related to project management, change management, training, and end-user support. Presentations in this track will be of value to individuals responsible for conveying technical information on Oracle applications to non-technical audiences.
Sessions and expert panels address issues such as the people and process components of project management, techniques to lead organizational change, adult-learner theory, training
Track presenters come from a diverse international group of higher education (colleges, universities, and community colleges) and public sector/governmental entities.
A Few of Our Sessions
Full Agenda will be released in -4 days on December 11, 2019.
A Not-To-Miss Marriage of Project and Change Management - UNC Chapel Hill's Approach
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Senior Project and Program Manager
Don't miss this "wedding" event! Two different disciplines, Project Management and Change Management, are both undeniably important, but even better together. Join this session to learn how UNC - Chapel Hill has married these disciplines to deliver the best possible product with high business partner satisfaction.
Design Thinking: A Creative Method for the Uncreative
Boise State University
Process Improvement Analyst
Come and learn how Design Thinking methods, tools, and tips can help you build a repeatable process for creative thinking.
Fragile – Handle with Care! Using Agile to fix NWTC’s Student Portal Experience
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Director, Enterprise Applications
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) adopted an Agile project methodology to vastly improve the customer experience for its student portal. Learn how NWTC built a system to rapidly organize enhancement requests into a monthly release pipeline that allows for continuous stakeholder feedback – including student input!
Our Complete Agenda
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