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MENTORING

LEEADERSHIP AND
MANAGEMENT
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SUMMARY

Definition of Mentoring

Short History

Manufacturing rate

Delivery

Partners, etc.
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MENTORING
List achievements and progress since last status update was given. Highlight those
things that made progress possible

What a Mentor A Mentor Does


Does for you? not

• Takes a long-range view of your • Serve as a coach.


growth and development.
• Function as an advocate of
• Helps you see the destination yours in the organizational
but does not give you the environment such as your boss
detailed map to get there. would; the relationship is more
informal.
• Offers encouragement and
cheerleading, not not “How to” • Tell you how to do things.
advice.
• Support you on transactional,
short-term problems.
• Serve as a counselor or
therapist.
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ATTENTION AREAS

LIST DELAYS AND PROBLEMS SINCE LAST


STATUS UPDATE WAS GIVEN

• List corrective actions being taken


• Address schedule implications

MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND

• Issues that are causing delays or impending progress


• Why problem was not anticipated
• If customer will want to discuss issue with upper management
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SCHEDULE

HEADLINE TEXT
• List top high-level dates
9% • Keep simple so audience does
10% not get distracted with details
• Distribute more detailed schedule
if appropriate

23% 58% • Make sure you are familiar


with details of schedule so
you can answer questions
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DELIVERIES

LIST MAIN CRITICAL DELIVERABLES

• Yours to client
• Yours to outside service
• Outside services to you
• Other departments to you

UNDERSTAND YOUR CONFIDENCE RATING


TO EACH DELIVERABLE

• Indicate confidence level on slides if appropriate


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COSTS
LIST NEW PROJECTIONS OF COSTS
• Include original estimates

• Understand source of differences in these numbers – be ready for


questions

IF THERE ARE COST OVERRUNS


• Summarize why

• List corrective or preventative action you’ve taken


• Set realistic expectations for future expenditures
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TECHNOLOGY
List Technical
Problems That
Have Been
Solved

List Outstanding
Technical Issues Summarize their impact on the project
That Need To Be
Solved

List Any Dubious


Technological Indicate source of doubt
Dependencies
For Project Summarize action being taken for backup plan
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RESOURCES
SUMMARIZE PROJECT RESOURCES
• Dedicated (full-time) resources

• Part-time resources

• If project is constrained by lack of resources, suggest alternatives

UNDERSTAND WHAT CUSTOMERS WANT


Customers may want to be assured that all possible resources are being used, but
in such a way that costs will be properly managed
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GOALS FOR NEXT


REVIEW

DATE OF NEXT STATUS UPDATE

LIST GOALS FOR NEXT REVIEW

• Specific items that will be done


• Issues that will be resolved
• Issues that will be resolved
• Issues that will be resolved

ACTION PLAN REVIEW

• Make sure anyone involved in project understands action plan