Project Management

Does your organization have limited budgets? Tight deadlines? Con icting priorities? Organizational problems? If so and you're responsible for a project or program involving a new process, facility, or product, then this program will provide you with the skills needed to manage these projects cost-e ectively and professionally.

This intensive program will demonstrate a spectrum of management techniques that outline ways to forecast, schedule, and manage the key resources you need in project management: manpower, equipment, and supplies. You will learn how to develop the qualities of strong leadership that will help bring projects to completion on time and within budget allocation. We will analyze ways to end grievances and poor work habits in the group through use of constructive criticism and discipline. In addition, you will learn how to assess your own interpersonal style and managerial needs.

Upon completion of the program, you will be able to anticipate and overcome the con icts inherent in project management. You will know the dynamics of being a project manager: how to use leadership and group psychology to your advantage, ways to resolve problems in your group, and how to use the consensus method to build group commitment and cooperation. You will be able to use record keeping, progress review meetings, and a reporting system as methods of control. You will know how to organize a project from beginning to end that will save your organization money and enhance your managerial and professional status upon completion.


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"Not only do I understand what I have been doing better, I now have more tools to do it better as well."

"This approach and the tools to be more successful with project management are going to cut down on everyone’s stress (and especially mine) plus to improve our bottom line – thanks!"

"It has been an invaluable training along with your style and the review of our existing processes. Your program was not long enough (I want to spend about a month with you to get everything you know and do)."