Project Management Survival Skills
Taking the Pain Out and Putting the Results In
•Review how planning often causes some of the most common project challenges
•Practice scheduling work and meetings to optimize results
•Discuss how to mitigate common detours, challenges, and risks
•Practice applying best practices to current projects
Reserve your space by November 17, 2017.
Are you new to leading projects and want to grasp the key elements of effective project management? Are you experienced with projects but frustrated by dead ends and detours? Or maybe you would just like to fine tune your current approach to how you lead projects.
Though process and detail are important for effective project management, so is the ability to set strategy, influence stakeholders, and adapt to change. The reality of project management often doesn’t fit into a neat template. It requires strong leadership skills, an appetite for risk taking, and the ability to engage people to support and deliver work that may or may not be part of their day to day responsibilities.
This course will provide a brief and to the point overview of the key pitfalls and best practices that project leaders face today. This will help to not only side step some of the many project management pitfalls but also leverage sudden changes and mistakes to build credibility and accelerate results.
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