Project Management: A Comprehensive Guide
Classroom: £659 +VAT per person
The effective delivery of any new project, no matter what size, is dependent upon the efficient management of the variables involved. Whilst there are many project management methodologies in common use, the application of a particular methodology does not guarantee project success. It is vital that all the people involved understand the most effective methods, principles, techniques and tools available to bring a project to a successful conclusion.
This comprehensive two-day course outlines the skills needed within an organisation to deliver successful projects. It draws upon industry best practice from a variety of market sectors to illustrate why some projects are successful and others flounder. The course also explains the crucial role played by the Project Manager, in terms of leadership, motivation and maintaining the enthusiastic engagement of all stakeholders.
The learning experience is highly interactive and demonstrates the practical application of project management methodologies using illustrative case studies, examples and real-world scenarios.
After attending this course delegates will be able to:
This course is aimed at organisations and individuals who are embarking on the delivery of a project or a number of projects. It is ideal for anyone involved in projects who wants to improve their performance, without going through the process of gaining a formal qualification.
Attendance will enable the delegates, whether novice or established project managers, to boost their contribution and successfully deliver their projects.
The course addresses the critical areas of project management focus in order to ensure project success:
Project management context
Principles of project review and control
Handling project risk
Leadership and motivation
Reporting and conferring
David is a Chartered Director and has been facilitating, delivering and mentoring at senior management and director level for the last ten years in both the public and private sectors. He has also provided training and consultancy services to the Institute of Directors for 11 years and has broad practical experience of business change management and in mergers and acquisition.