The Focus is on project management skills, but you also will learn about fascinating historic projects and obstacles their builders encountered. However, this class would have benefited from more disciplined and project success.
Duration: 2-days session
Step 1 - Understanding Yourself
Responding to Types
Working Through Weakness
Step 2 - Communicating on ALL Levels
Determining Sponsor Styles
Crafting The Message
Proper Communication Management
How to Assess the Current Situation and Create an Action Plan That Works
Step 3 - Defining the Word Done
Definition of Done in Project Management
Team Building with the Word Done
How Done Can Set Proper Expectations
Step 4 - PERT Methodology in Project Planning
What Is PERT?
PERT for Time Estimation
How to Factor Risk into the Equation
Create a Work Breakdown Structure for PERT
Examples of PERT in Action
Step 5 - Customer Focus Starts with Great Requirements
Characteristics of Good Requirements
Functional Requirements Versus Technical Requirements
Who Is the Real Customer?
Work Breakdown Structure Dictionary
Step 6 - Do Not Sacrifice Your Team at Any Cost!
The Importance of the Team Relationship
How to Build an Effective Team Relationship
Internal Team Satisfaction
Team Building and conflict Resolution
100 Percent/10 Percent Rule
Dealing With Mandated Dates
Step 7 - Myths about Status Meetings
Understanding the Purpose of Meetings
Should There Be a Meeting?
Are You Meeting Effective?
Setting Up a Successful Meeting
Important Rules for Meetings
Step 8 - A Real Risk Assessment
Why Risk Is Important
The Risk Process
Why People Are Opposed to Risk Management
Dynamic Risk Assessment
How to Put Risk in a Project Plan
Thirteenth Floor Principle
Putting Risk in a Project Plan
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