Medical Informatics clinical data warehouse health care wellness program skills leadership

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Class, I approach this class as more of a business operation rather than an academic course. While the memos I provide a longer than most, these are Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum of Agreement, which can be long. Most organizations will require specific formats for their communication needs. This class will need to use the memos. I use the formats to ensure you include all aspects of the requirements. If you select not to use the template as given, you need to ensure that you address each element distinctly. Remember, I am expecting business communications and not an academic paper. I have been a CIO and CEO in organizations that require prescribed formatted communications.

Each memo does incorporate the assignment guidance and rubric requirements. Here is how memo 1 breaks down.

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Memo Medical Informatics, Inc To: From: Date: Re: Wellness Project Team Lead Brant Amero Sunday, December 23, 2018 Staff and Team Information Congratulations for your new position of project manager. I have prepared several team documents that you will need for the project. Sincerely, Brant Amero Chief Operations Officer Attachments: COO: 1) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Chart.png 2) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Skills.png 3) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Contact List.png Attachment(s): IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Chart.png (65.13 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Contact List.png (29.12 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Skills.png (16.56 KB)
Memo Memo from the CIO Medical Informatics, Inc To: From: Date: Re: Wellness Project Team Lead William McConnell Sunday, December 23, 2018 Appointment of new Project Manager As of Jan 3, 2019, I am appointing you as the Project Manager for the Wellness Project. With the departure of John Current, former Project Manager, the project team needs a project manager that can refocus all efforts toward project completion by February 24, 2019. Senior management decided to change both the Go-Live date and Project Closure date based on new requirements and the departure of John Current as of Oct 5, 2018, which was at the time of the last meeting update. Senior management has decided to proceed with the project at this time. As the new project manager, you need to read all documentation provided in Module 1 about the status of the project. In the next 9 weeks, I expect you to have developed a new project schedule and strategies to recover lost time and costs at the end of the nine weeks. You will need to use the new GoLive date of February 21, 2018, and the new completion date of February 24, 2019. In addition to the documentation already provided, I am including mandatory templates for you to use throughout your project redesign. These templates are in the form of business memos to the senior staff. You will find the case study project in complete disarray. This is a worst-case scenario. It will be your responsibility to develop a new project plan based on the original project. Remember, your reports are to senior management and should be structured as such. They should contain information for the senior staff to make appropriate decisions. All plans need to contain actionable items, which means the plan should provide what you and your team will do at each point within the new project plan. If you have any questions about the project, you need to use the General Questions forum. I will provide additional information as you request it. I am the liaison between you and the rest of the staff and team. Supplemental material from the senior staff will be sent in separate announcements/messages. I have great confidence in you to make a positive impact on the project. Please acknowledge in the General Questions forum under the thread title “Project Manager Acceptance Thread.” Sincerely, William S. McConnell, DM/IST Chief Information Officer Attachments: CIO: 1) IT 625 – Module 2 - Milestone 1 – Memo.docx 2) IT 625 – Module 3 - Milestone 2 – Memo.docx 3) IT 625 – Module 5 - Milestone 3 – Memo.docx 4) IT 625 – Module 6 - Milestone 4 – Memo.docx 5) IT 625 – Module 7 - Milestone 5 – Memo.docx 6) IT-625 – Project File Updated (.mpp) 7) IT 625 – Module 2 – Project Actual Overview.png 8) IT 625 – Module 2 – Project Work Overview.png 9) IT 625 – Module 2 - Project Overview.png Attachment(s): IT 625 - Module 2 - Project (Beginning) Actual ... (19.84 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project (Beginning) Project... (39.96 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project (Beginning) Work Ov... (27.69 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Milestone 1 - Memo.docx (45.97 KB) IT 625 - Module 3 - Milestone 2 - Memo.docx (45.04 KB) IT 625 - Module 5 - Milestone 3 - Memo.docx (50.19 KB) IT 625 - Module 6 - Milestone 4 - Memo.docx (54.73 KB) IT 625 - Module 7 - Milestone 5 - Memo.docx (47.08 KB) IT 625 Medical Informatics Case Study Project P... (955.5 KB)
Class, I approach this class as more of a business operation rather than an academic course. While the memos I provide a longer than most, these are Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum of Agreement, which can be long. Most organizations will require specific formats for their communication needs. This class will need to use the memos. I use the formats to ensure you include all aspects of the requirements. If you select not to use the template as given, you need to ensure that you address each element distinctly. Remember, I am expecting business communications and not an academic paper. I have been a CIO and CEO in organizations that require prescribed formatted communications. Each memo does incorporate the assignment guidance and rubric requirements. Here is how memo 1 breaks down. Memo Contents 1. Team Dynamics Overview Roles and Titles Reporting Structure Team History Current Team Stage Cause of Conflict Skills team are missing 2. Conflict Resolution Leadership Leadership style Appropriate skills for each role Conflict resolution strategy 3. Motivation and Confidence Recommended strategy Assignment Guidance and Rubric A. Team Dynamics: Analyze the team structure, dynamics, and conflict. Things to consider include: 1. The roles and titles, reporting structure, and history of the team 2. Stage of the five-stage team development model this team is in (forming, storming, norming, performing, adjourning) 3. Cause of conflict 4. Skills the team is lacking based on their roles B. Conflict Resolution Leadership: Recommend appropriate leadership strategies to resolve the conflict within the team. Consider the following: 1. Leadership style for current stage of the team development (guiding, coaching, structuring, directing) 2. How to determine appropriate skills (soft and hard) for each role 3. A strategy to employ to resolve the conflict (assertiveness, accommodation, avoidance, or compromise) C. Motivation and Confidence: Recommend strategies for motivating and strengthening that will allow you to develop a cohesive information technology team that will deliver highperformance results and add business value. Provide support for your recommendations. The updated project file is in the CIO memo announcement. The very last attachment. It is I apologize for the name not being the same as the attachment list.
Memo Medical Informatics, Inc To: From: Date: Re: Wellness Project Team Lead Brant Amero Sunday, December 23, 2018 Staff and Team Information Congratulations for your new position of project manager. I have prepared several team documents that you will need for the project. Sincerely, Brant Amero Chief Operations Officer Attachments: COO: 1) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Chart.png 2) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Skills.png 3) IT 625 – Module 2 – Team Contact List.png Attachment(s): IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Chart.png (65.13 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Contact List.png (29.12 KB) IT 625 - Module 2 - Project Team Skills.png (16.56 KB)

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