NCCI offers various types of online education—free for anyone on your campus through your NCCI membership.
NCCI’s Power60 webinars are hour-long discussions led by higher education thought leaders. Power60s are held monthly and open to the public. While there are no fees to participate, registration is necessary. Past topics included Cultural Humility and Intercultural Praxis, Creating a Culturally Responsive and Validated Leadership Framework, and Change Management and your Process Improvement Project.
Leveraging ChatGPT for Project Management Practitioners
Wednesday, October 18, 1–2 p.m. Eastern
In this Power60 session, we will explore how ChatGPT, an AI-powered language model, can be an effective tool for project managers in the higher education sector to streamline planning a project. We will discuss the background of ChatGPT, its capabilities, and limitations, and share practical use cases of how it can help project managers to streamline their workflows and enhance productivity in a higher education context. Additionally, we will provide guidance on how to ask effective questions to ChatGPT, so project managers in higher education can get the most out of this tool.
- Aiden McDaniel, Project Manager, University Of Maryland, Division of Information Technology, Enterprise Planning And Continuous Improvement
- Sheka Komrabai-Kanu, Project Manager, University Of Maryland, Division of Information Technology, Enterprise Planning And Continuous Improvement
Learning Together to Transform Higher Education
The Exchange is an online networking opportunity for NCCI members to share ideas, tools, and best practices relating to the topic of change, innovation, strategy, and/or leadership development. As a result of participating in these sessions, participants will strengthen relationships with peers, grow their knowledge, and become better equipped to transform higher education institutions as change leaders.
Check back soon for upcoming sessions.
NCCI offers online professional development programs that will explore a common theme, creating immersive experiences for you to learn timely and meaningful information, cultivate this knowledge into action, and build networks you can call on—for yourself and your institution. As you continue to learn new skills and adapt to new environments, our network of members and thought leaders serves as a powerful resource to support each other in unique and purposeful ways.
You can register for one, two, or all of the sessions within a themed program depending on your interest. To achieve the program objectives, we encourage attendees to join as many sessions as possible.
Check back soon for upcoming programs. Past themes includes Inclusive Leadership, Process Improvement, and Recalibration: Creating a Better Normal.