These days, it seems virtually everyone must play the role of project manager—it’s no longer the domain of the specialist. But that doesn’t mean it’s time to run out and get certified. What’s really needed is a basic, solid, practical skill set that can be applied to a wide variety of circumstances.
This engaging and informative class offers just the right amount of insight and emphasizes simple, fast and flexible techniques for ensuring project success. New project managers will learn tips and techniques for managing projects effectively, communicating with project stakeholders, and defining, planning and reviewing a project. Experienced project managers will find value in this course as a refresher on fundamental skills.
In our time-starved, cost-conscious, global business environment, tight deadlines and high-expectations are the norm. How can you juggle all the knowledge, skills and responsibilities it takes to perform as an effective project manager? Take this class to help you get started (or refresh your skills) managing projects from start to finish—without ever dropping the ball.
Who should attend? Individuals who are new to project management, “accidental” project managers, subject-matter experts who contribute to projects, managers responsible for projects.