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Managers are constantly called upon to manage projects or to be part of a project team. The effective management of projects - completions within a deadline and a budget, subject to performance criteria - is the cornerstone for business success. All projects are undertaken to achieve specific results.
What is a project?
What is a successful project?
Why do projects fail?
The Project Lifecycle
The Triple Constraints to Projects - Scope, Time, Cost
Processes & Practices
Scope, Time, Cost Quality Management
Managing the Scope
Defining the objectives of the project
Managing Project Time
Estimating time to complete project tasks
Managing Project Quality
Managing Risk Management
Managing Project Communications
Who needs what, when, how, etc.?
Managing Multiple Small Concurrent Projects
Managing multiple independent projects
Organizing For Project Management
Traditional and matrix organizations
The Successful Project Manager
Roles and responsibilities
Change management system
The Project Team
Reasons teams fail
Overcoming the "90% complete" phenomenon
Methodology - Putting It All Together
More About Why You Should Attend
This seminar is applicable to any management level. This includes the manager who has responsibility for many varied projects: needs a framework to help accomplish an important new objective; faces new challenges and needs to organize, define objectives, communicate and instruct.
Learn the critical concepts and techniques needed to complete your projects within their cost, schedule, and performance targets. As a result of attending this seminar, you will be able to complete projects on time, manager resources more effectively, meet or beat budget objectives, achieve successful, quality outcomes, and minimize "redo" by doing it right the first time.Enrollment Progress ... What's This?