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Using Trello to Manage Projects: Talking Shop with Bob Beauchamp & William Grove-Fanning

Completing project work often requires OPWL practitioners to revise existing deliverables at the same time they are creating new ones—all while planning their next steps. How can practitioners be three places at once? Trello is a free online project management tool that can help you. During their time with us, Bob and William will share their experiences using Trello. Specifically, they will:

  • Introduce Trello
  • Describe how Bob uses Trello at work
  • Discuss Trello pros and cons
  • Describe how team Tutor Training Hawaii used Trello for its ID project
  • Mention other resources
  • Specify further considerations

icon-PDF Using Trello to Manage Projects presentation file (PDF)

icon-PDF Job Aid — Saving a Copy of a Trello Board for OPWL 537 (PDF)

William Grove-Fanning

Hindsight reveals that human performance improvement has always been William Grove-Fanning‘s calling. A professional chef for many years, William used to manage culinary teams for large-volume, high-end catering events. He has also taught college classes for 15 years, first using Blackboard and other online platforms circa 2003. While continuing to teach online courses, today William works full time as a performance technologist, performing a wide variety of functions including multimedia production, instructional design, and LMS administration.

Bob Beauchamp

Bob Beauchamp is a Senior Instructional Designer at United Federal Credit Union. Before taking on a full time ID role in August 2017, he spent the previous four years as a Training Specialist, facilitating classroom training across the organization. Currently, he designs and develops eLearning, tutorial videos, and classroom training. Bob has a BA in marketing from Ferris State University and is currently in his second year in the OPWL master’s program.