Don't let your projects get the best of you! In this workshop, gain the know-how to lead projects to successful outcomes. Participants will learn to implement a process for planning and completing any project, using a practical, hands-on approach. Discuss both technical and human roles and responsibilities of a project manager, including managing the human dynamics of the team and stakeholders. A communication-style assessment guides project managers to an understanding of the power of an adaptable style. Participants will be able to explain how to affect change and influence others as projects evolve.
Participants will take part in a case study and complete an analysis of another project manager's work.
This course provides time for the participant to work on a project using templates. Bring your project idea(s) to class. MRA also provides the templates as a download.
Prepare a project charter overview for your project.
- Create a stakeholder and a risk analysis.
Complete a work breakdown and Gantt chart.
Discuss how to conduct a close-out analysis to evaluate project outcomes.
Act as a project consultant to analyze a project for improvement opportunities.
Who Should Attend:
Functional managers and supervisors, project leaders, HR, and any other staff who lead cross-functional projects that range from new product development and process re-engineering to office improvement strategies or new equipment installation.