Doyle, Tim

Tim Doyle


DoIT Project Management Office

2018 Session

Title: Communication Tips for New Project Managers
This flash talk will provide quick insights in effectively communicating with the variety of audiences that need to exchange information regarding the project you are leading as the PM.Audiences will be varied, expectations different, and the PM’s role will constantly be changing across stakeholders and the needs each will have throughout your project’s lifecycle. This chat will provide a couple of tips to help, and maybe some things to avoid, as you enter into a PM role.


After 20 years of IT project management experience within a variety of private and public sector organizations, it has been an honor to work the past two years here at UW-Madison. I have experience managing multiple kinds of programs and projects ranging from large ERP implementations to re-imagined large web applications to process re-engineered business processes and leading strategic planning initiatives. This wide-ranging PM life has led me to understand the power of the team. It has reinforced the critical importance of adding business value to the organization and the need to evaluate expectations and organizational priorities to deliver that value.