Project Management...                 


Our suite of Project Management workshops and support services will help you to get the most out of your project management performance development efforts.  As with all of our offerings, these can be customized to meet your exact needs.

As a PMI Global Registered Education Provider, you can be confident that our project management workshops meet content and quality standards set forth by the Project Management Institute.  Equally important, our project management workshops have been thoroughly tested and the contents applied over 20+ years in virtually every industry

 

PM Basics:

To provide teams and individuals with the skills needed to take a results-oriented approach to short term projects and other day-to-day  responsibilities.

Intermediate PM:

To provide a methodology to ensure that projects are managed in a way that ensures consistent success.

Advanced PM:

To provide a customized, client-specific process for managing projects. Incorporates Cambridge Consulting methodology/fundamentals into an existing (or to-be-designed) client project management process.

Client Relationship Management:

To review/apply techniques that will create a competitive advantage by ensuring that the "implicit service/relationship needs" of each client are met along with the explicit project deliverable requirements.

PM Executive Overview Session:

To facilitate awareness and support for the project management initiative within an organization to ensure project results that exceed expectations.

Project Strategy Session:

To prioritize and remove systemic barriers to allow project performance to rise to a level that is measurable and sustainable.

No Bull Project Management:

To identify the most common mistakes made by project leaders and build the skills necessary to deal with these issues.

Process Development/Integration Session:

Integration of Project Management Tools/Techniques into existing organization procedures, SOP's, protocols, etc.

Achieving Results:

To prepare professionals and others who are expected to do more with less and maintain a strong focus on client relationships.

Managing Problems and Decisions:

To ensure that projects are solution-focused, and that root causes are clearly identified.

PM Insight Workshop:

To provide project managers and executives with the tools and metrics to do more of what works on projects, and less of what doesn't.

PM Insight Executive Workshop:

To enable executives to use diagnostic information to make sound decisions regarding project management performance development

Power, Influence and Politics in Project Management:

To provide a methodology to ensure that projects are managed in a way that ensures consistent success.

Effective Communication:

To help technical and non-technical professionals interact and collaborate more effectively with peers, executives and other stakeholders; get the support they need through clear, effective communication; reduce rework and stress; and improve time management.
 

Time Management for Professionals:

To help people accomplish more of what counts, with a lot less stress.

Portfolio Management:

To provide senior managers and project managers with tools and techniques to deal with complex, unplanned change in a structured manner and develops knowledge of particular techniques required for managing programs.
 

Program Management:

To provides senior managers, program managers and project managers with tools and techniques to deal with complex, unplanned change in a structured manner and develops knowledge of particular techniques required for managing programs.
 

Project Management Office Implementation:

To enable participants to understand, anticipate and answer the questions associated with the creation of a PMO, from distinguishing selection criteria, through the benefits and potential barriers, to the necessary alignment with strategic business objectives.
 

Risk Management:

This course is based on numerous Project Management process implementation efforts and project audits and will discuss strategies to the seemingly typical response of some organizations to risk management worried about the outcome but hopeful that the project team will create a miracle. Through the application of simple conversations and accompanying tools, a project team and organization can begin the movement towards being prepared to respond to project risk events a proactive approach which can also serve as a learning platform across the entire organization.
 

Project Estimation in a Matrix Environment:

This workshop will discuss the knowledge which can and must be shared in order for estimation to become more accurate and for critical resources to be used more effectively.
 

Process Management and Improvement:

To familiarizes participants with the core knowledge and skills required to document, analyze and improve business processes.

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