In a more and more globalised and fast paced business environment, increasingly companies must respond to that challenge with strategic systematic approaches, without losing flexibility. Without professional and successful project management this is not conceivable. This course provides insights into the essential principles of modern project management. The whole course design is related to the question of what ‘project success’ means.
Course Structure: 3 modules of max. 4 hours each, delivered over 3 days Each day will consist of 1 module, including ample time for breaks.
Course Level: Foundation / Skill Duration: 3 days Instructor: Rüdiger Geist
Designed for you, if you are...
A program manager, project manager, functional manager, team member or bid manager, responsible for designing, managing and delivering successful projects
Keen to learn more about the project life cycle and improve your project management skills
New to project management
How we build your confidence
According to a study about Project Management Training, sponsored by the PM College, live instructor-led training is an effective method of project management training. Therefore this course is based on
Live presentations and Q&A sessions
Realistic examples and exercises
This course content has been designed to be delivered via a live Remote Instructor-Led platform and consists of 3 modules of 4 hours each, delivered over 3 days.
The benefits from attending
By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:
How projects are selected and initiated
What project success means and why projects fail
Who stakeholders are and how to address them
Why communication is one of the major success factors
How a work break structure is developed
What planning means and how powerful it can be
Why risk management is more than brainstorming
Introduction to project management
Project selection and project portfolio management
Project success factors
Roles and responsibilities
The sixfold constraint
The nine knowledge areas of project management
Communication and what we can learn from psychology about it