Project Management - Intermediate    Printable Brochure

Successful project management involves combining the science of information management with the art of people management.  Even in the most progressive organizations, striking a balance between the two can be difficult.

In most cases, transitioning from a project team member to project manager (or project lead) can be a real challenge.  Understanding what it takes to make a project successful is an important first step.  Being able to transform understanding into action is what separates those that make it from those that don't.

In this fast-paced, engaging workshop, those with minimal to moderate project management experience will have the opportunity to learn the keys to successful project management, and then apply those tools and techniques to their own projects.  This ensures the return on your training investment is immediate and dramatic.

Purpose:  To provide a methodology to ensure that projects are managed in a way that ensures consistent success.
Key Topics:
• Project Definition • Project Risk Management
• Team Definition • Project Communication
• Project Planning/Scheduling Tools • Change Management
• Project Hand-Offs • Project Performance Management
• Project Results Measurement • Project Review Meetings
Duration:  Two days (can be offered in modules as short as two hours)
Target Population:  This project management workshop is designed for those responsible for leading project efforts, and those who need to be productive members of project teams.

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