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2. Project Management Overview
(1-Day Workshop)

About the Program:

There is much more to successful project management than scheduling and monitoring results. This seminar presents an approach to planning projects that reduces the risk of things going wrong. Through a process approach and simple tools and techniques, participants will become more comfortable with activities critical to achieving successful project outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand and apply management activities critical to achieving successful project outcomes.
  • Understand how individual and organizational experience can be used to improve project plans.
  • Apply tools and techniques to make project plans and progress more visible to team members and to the project client.

Who Should Attend:

Individuals or teams who are responsible for project planning and performance monitoring.

Features & Benefits:

  • Content is straightforward and appropriate to all functions (purchasing, engineering, sales, finance, quality, etc.).
  • Presents and 8-Step approach for planning, optimizing, tracking and completing projects.
  • Presentation includes group exercises to apply key project management tools and techniques.
 
Project Management Workshops (Days)
1. Project Management (2)
2. Overview (1)
3. Overview (2-3)
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