Who is this for?
Staff who are planning future projects and require project management skills that you can use in your work. Technical complexities are avoided in favour of step-by-step techniques to help you achieve successful development, implementation and completion of all types of projects.
Why should I take part?
The Cambridge Dictionary defines Project Management as ‘the activity of organising and controlling a project’.
Project Management plays a key role in achieving a business goal successfully. It is the process which involves:
- managing tasks and resources.
How will it help me?
During the event, you will…
- Know the difference between a Matrix and a Project Team organisation
- Understand how project management achieves co-ordinated performance
- Identify what three basic ingredients are required to ensure the delivery of a successful project
- Recognise the four main stages of project management
- Understand the eight steps that are typical of the actions required for final project definition
- Identify how a SWOT analysis can easily be adapted for effective project planning
- Recognise how the five M’s can facilitate project planning
- Know how to implement a reporting process at the start of the project in order to monitor progress
- Be able to evaluate the project upon completion in order to gain a measure of the project’s success and see what lessons could have been learnt along the way
- Identify what problems can arise as a result of poor project management
- Recognise why the Pareto Principle is a useful tool for a project manager to use
- Understand why, when and how to develop effective communication skills
Following the event, you will…
- You will obtain the skills and knowledge from this course which will enable you to become an effective, trusted and valued project manager.
- Understand how to manage a project properly in order that there is a positive impact that reverberates beyond the delivery of ‘the stuff’.
The course takes place in the form of an online webinar.
This is an online session with a limited number of places available. Delegates will need access to a laptop or PC with a microphone and web camera to participate in this interactive course. Attendees will receive a link to the session one week before and a downloadable participant pack the day before. (Paper copies can be sent out if you notify Sarah Mcloughlin at least 1 week in advance [email protected] )
Final itineraries and timings will be in your calendar invite.
About the Trainer:
The day course will be run Graeme Jones. Following a 30 year career in Financial Services, Graeme decided it was time to invest the rest of his working life into supporting business’ most important asset – their staff. He have worked with businesses through financial services and managed sales and service teams throughout the UK. This has included the recruitment, training and coaching of both front line staff and their management. Graeme is keen to give back to businesses, the wealth of knowledge and experience he has accumulated to date.