Relevant to everyone that is involved in or will hope to benefit from a project.
Develop and manage a Case Study – Participants are encouraged to question the project at its outset and to define and then discuss a group case study.
Identify and avoid negative project experiences – Participants are told to focus upon their own negative experiences in order to avoid them occurring within their own projects.
How to apply (and why you need) Project Structure – Understanding how Project structure can avoid a multitude of issues as well as protect the project and it’s sponsors.
Establish project deliverables – Definition and prioritisation of Project Deliverables. Agreeing the definition of project success and avoiding project failure.
Set up communication lines within the Project – Both formal and informal communication requirements. Highlighting issues and blockages whilst keeping the project on track.
Set up and manage a real project – manage timelines, budgets and multiple work-streams.
Close a project – close, review and report on a completed project. Identify the positives and negatives. Incorporate the lessons learned into a broader project management ethos.
At the end of this project management training course, participants will be able to: