Managing Projects On-time, On-budget
Who should attend?
- Managers, supervisors, and team leaders
- Project managers and project officers
- Anyone who must manage projects, big or small
“Where do I start with this new project?” At some point in our careers, all of us will be assigned a project to manage. At first, the project sounds straightforward and simple. It is only when we begin that we start to ask ourselves, “What did I get myself into?”
Not only does every project need to be completed on-time and on-budget, but it also has to be completed “on-quality” – all of this, plus managing the people and resources to get it done.
Every project manager, new or experienced, needs a system to follow when managing a project. Whether the project is big or small, there are four stages to a project life cycle: Objective, Plan, Implement, and Measure.
In this workshop, Managing Projects On-time, On-budget, you will learn the fundamentals of project management. You will experience the stages of the project life cycle and practice the skills that project managers use to be successful every day. By the end of this workshop, you will be skilled and confident in your abilities to manage any size project and be on-time and on-budget.
- We will give you practical, how-to skills that are immediately applicable to your job.
- Your workshop will be fun and entertaining; plus, you will learn more than you ever thought was possible.
- You can expect a relaxed and non-threatening learning environment.
- We limit attendance to allow maximum participation and feedback.
What You Will Learn:
- Define the objective of the project.
- Identify the scope of the project.
- Determine who are the stakeholders in the project.
- Identify the potential risks and obstacles to success.
- Create a Work Breakdown Structure of the project tasks.
- Identify the necessary people and budgetary resources.
- Match the resources to the tasks.
- Identify the major milestones to be met.
- Chart the project timelines using PERT and GANTT.
- Build a project team.
- Develop your team into a high-performing group.
- Resolve interpersonal conflicts.
- Track the progress of the project milestones.
- Write status reports for stakeholders.
- Measure the success of the project.
- Identify what went well with the project.
- Identify what areas need improvement for the next project.
- Write a final project report.