Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Six Sigma Applied to Green ICT

Green ICT Project Officer, Samuel Fernandes will discuss "Project planning: Using the Six Sigma methodology" At the Australian National University in Canberra, 11 am, 17 March 2011. Sam is a former student of Green Information Technology Strategies, now working on reducing the ANU's greenhouse gas emissions.


Project planning: Using the Six Sigma methodology

The ANU Project Management Community of Practice is a network for anyone with an interest in managing projects as well as a desire to share with and learn from others in the University with the same interest. It is facilitated by the Planning & Project Support Office, but ultimately directed by its members.

The group gets together on the third Thursday of every month to discuss project management knowledge, expertise and techniques, and listen to presentations on different aspects of project management.

The March meeting will have a presentation by ANUgreen Green ICT Project Officer Samuel Fernandes who will discuss his project and the tools and techniques used in planning the project.

He will discuss:

-what the Green ICT project is about
-what strategies were used
-the project management tools used
-the benefits of the Six Sigma Approach
-the involvement of the Projects Office.

The presentation will be followed by an open discussion by attendees. ...

From: Project planning: Using the Six Sigma methodology, Australian National University, 2011

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