Duration: 2 Half Days Facilitated Online
Cost: $450 (includes $210 materials fee)
Target Audience: Ideal for City Employees with no previous project management training and those who are taking on an increasing number of project-oriented assignments
Instructor: Jack Hagerty
How will participants benefit?
- Learn to identify stakeholders, establish outcomes and create a well-defined project scope
- Identify, assess and manage project risks
- Hold team members accountable by conducting consistent team accountability sessions
- Create a clear communication plan
- Formally close out projects by recognizing the contributions of team members and documenting lessons learned
Today’s knowledge workers have quietly slipped into the role of the unofficial project manager. Stakeholders, scope creep, no formal training, and a lack of process all combine to raise the probability of project failure costing organizations time, money, and employee morale. This one day workshop session will help you to consistently complete projects successfully by teaching you to implement a disciplined process to execute projects and to master informal authority by learning to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and close a project. Attendees are encouraged to focus on their own current projects for a hands-on experience. This training may be used to satisfy Professional Development Units (PDUs) needed by PMI credential holders.
What participants are saying:
- “I developed new skill sets that are easy to understand and easy to use.”
- “All information was helpful, practical, and applicable.”
- “Very useful information; can think of a lot of people that could benefit from this training.”
- “It was a practical framework for projects. Everyone can apply something from this class.”