Project Management for Results
Starts Fall 2017
Learn and utilize tools for effective project management. Deliver expected outcomes on time and within budget. Lead through clarity of purpose and consensus building.
In a workshop setting, learn and practice the deployment of five key processes. Deliver on the expected outcomes by adopting proven leadership principles: build trust, encourage conflict of ideas, obtain commitment, ensure individual accountability. Use this experience to affirm your capability to bring projects in on time and if possible, below budget.
Define. Plan. Manage.
Successful Project Management for non-Project Managers is a three-day certificate workshop that teaches the skills and techniques needed to effectively define, plan and manage projects.
- Deliver expected outcomes on time and within budget
- Ensure efforts and resources are clearly aligned with “needs”
- Utilize skills and tools to “get things done” effectively and efficiently
- Lead without position authority
What makes our program unique?
- Our 2+1 session program teaches the fundamental skills to initiate, plan, execute, control and conclude projects in order to achieve their desired outcomes
- Participants address different scenarios and after two days return back to the job to implement their newfound skills.
- Finally they return to class to share their experiences and refine their skills.
Who Should Attend?
Dominican’s Successful Project Management for non-Project Managers program is an excellent learning experience for any professional wishing to advance their career and hone their leadership skills. Intended for project managers and senior team members, the course combines discussion, demonstrations and hands-on exercises to communicate and reinforce key concepts and skills.
Where Are Classes Held?
Dominican University of California Campus
Contact Franco Vicino for information on group discounts.
|Initiating||Emphasizes the importance of clearly defined objectives and provides tools to assist with organizing a team to determine objectives and construct a comprehensive charter that captures the project’s schedule, scope and resource targets and constraints.
|Planning||Presents processes to support the creation and refinement of credible plans to accomplish project objectives. Particular emphasis is placed on task definition, schedule creation, risk management and communication between the project manager and project sponsors to facilitate informed decision-making.
|Executing||Doing project work.
|Controlling||Using the work products from planning to facilitating tracking progress, assuring work product quality, supporting informed decisions and recommendations, coordinating the activities of the project team and external entities, identifying and capitalizing on opportunities for process improvement, and communicating project status.
|Closing||Efficiently closing a project administratively while assuring that the sponsoring organization benefits from lessons learned.