29 Mar How To Run Successful Projects
HOW TO RUN SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS WORKSHOP” teaches you everything you need to know to run any project successfully – using the most innovative learning and development practices.
70% of Company Projects Fail. Will Yours?
Which of the Top 8 project challenges do you face?
This workshop teaches many techniques that will save you time, effort,resources and money on projects.More than anything,the techniques learnt in this workshop have been proven over many years delivering thousands of projects across a variety of industry sectors around the world.
The “Structured Project Management” or the “Ten Steps” method is based on over 25 years of reserach on the best practices of successful projects as against the poor practices of failed projects.
Typical challenges and problems that the Workshop Solves:
- You’d like to do projects better, but you know you don’t need a full-blown project management methodology
- You’d like a stripped-back project management method which newcomers can learn quickly and which reinforces the knowledge of experienced project managers
- You’re not sure if you need project management at all or you just need to manage time more effectively
- You’d like to hit deadlines and meet promises without late working
- You’d like to reduce stress levels
- You often have unpleasant surprises – projects that “Go long” suddenly and out of control
- You’d like to be able to estimate projects accurately
- You have project managers with different backgrounds / styles / experience and you’d like to have a standard way of doing things – a basic structure and language which describes what to do and what not to do
- Individual people or the organisation as a whole, dont overcommit
- You need to become better at managing scope change
- You need to become better at dealing with impossible deadline
Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will:
· Have learned a structured method for running any project
· Have developed a plan for their own project or projects
· Have learned how to spread their time across multiple projects
· Have tackled and found solutions for a number of key
problems/issues that affect them in their jobs