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Project Management


This program begins with an understanding that all of us manage projects. From government employee to financial analyst, from engineer to physician, regardless of job titles, almost everyone has responsibilities for managing projects. All of us have felt we could have managed that project, task, assignment, or program better, if we had better tools, clearer communication, and a stronger team. Whether the project has a simple objective that requires a small number of people and a small budget, or is quite complex, demanding diverse skills and many resources, this two-day workshop will introduce you to the basics of bringing projects in on time and on budget.
$399.00  

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand just what is meant by a “project”
  • Develop the skills a project manager must have
  • Develop methods for keeping the team focused and motivated and the customer satisfied.
  • Identify simple techniques and tools for planning and tracking your project
  • Recognize what steps must be taken to complete projects on time and on budget
  • Enhance ability to sell ideas to the sponsor, the customer and the team through meetings and presentations
  • Understand ways to add value to your organization


Workshop Outline and Methodology:

Facilitators use a variety of training methods for each workshop, including large group discussions, individual work and reflection, small group discussions and exercises, case studies and simulations for role play. Videos that are applicable will form a part of some workshops.
These will be interactive workshops with a 40/60 split between concept/theory and practical application of skills discussed. Class size should be kept small, whenever possible, so each participant will have the opportunity to gain techniques for the types of situations they deal with or expect to deal with.


Define What a Project Entails

Learning what a project is and how it works is one of the most important actions you can take to ensure the project's success. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will give you some important information on what a project is really all about.


Recognize Project Life Cycles and Steps of Each Phase

The Project Life Cycle refers to a logical sequence of activities to accomplish the project's goals or objectives. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will show you how to identify the project life cycle and how it can benefit your organization.


How to Use Organizing and Planning Tools Such as Gantts, PERTs and Flow Charts

The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will also give you great tools such as Gantts, PERTs and flowcharts to help you organize your company's projects.


How to Use Scheduling Tools Like Milestones

Milestones, along with many other tools, can add significant value to project scheduling. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will give you tips on how to use milestones and other tools when scheduling projects.


How to Communicate With Project Group Members

An important part of being a project manager is being able to communicate with the other employees working on the project. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will help you to communicate with the team members in a positive and productive way.


How to Release Your Own Creativity for Improvement

One of the perks of managing a project is having the final say in how the project runs. This is a great time to use your own creativity to create a bigger and better end result. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will help you do just that.


How to Document the Projects You Do

Having a history of the projects you have done is an important part of creating bigger and better projects. When you have projects to look back on you can remind yourself of what worked and what didn't. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will help you document the projects you do so that you have things to look back on and learn from.


Practice in Presenting Your Project Progress to Others

Presenting your progress to others is sometimes mandatory and always stressful. The Project Management for the Admin Leader course will give you tips on how to prepare/present your project progress to others.

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