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Project Management that delivers

Hall ZEE (workshop)Datum: 12 Mar 2024 kl 14:00+

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To particpate in this workshop there is an extra cost of 2,500 SEK.

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The workshop by Lee R. Lambert, PMP, PMI Fellow, and a founder of the PMP, is a 4-hour session dedicated to achieving personal and professional success by adhering to the Project Management Institute’s Talent Triangle. It covers Business Acumen, Way of Working, and Power Skills.

Lambert leverages his extensive experience since 1966 and the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) to illustrate effective project management principles. 

The session promises real-world examples and problem-solving activities to demonstrate these principles in action.

Workshop Learning Objectives:

  1. How to assure your project is “linked” to the organizational Strategy

  2. Understanding the basis of your project’s selection criteria and the impact your project may have on organizational objectives

  3. How to prepare a “holistic” project plan that can easily be converted to your project’s Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)

  4. How to develop the foundation for any project (WBS)

  5. Understand the importance of finding a “skill set match” when negotiating with resource pool owners.  How to quantify the impact of being forced to settle for a “skill set mismatch”

  6. How to prepare a risk management framework to support comprehensive identification, quantification and proposed resolution.  Conduct a “cause & effect” analysis

  7. Determining what project tools will add the most value to the management of your project.  Analyzing the potential return on investment of the tools.

  8. How to prepare “range estimates” based on level of uncertainty impacts

  9. How to prepare and use a Critical Path Schedule. Understanding that no matter how much effort you put into the schedule, your are already behind schedule on day one.  Learn why.

  10.  How to create and manage performance milestones. Selecting KPIs

  11.  How to establish a meaning change control process based on a combination of the PMB and the Critical Path Schedule.  Determining variances tolerance ranges.

  12.  How to develop a “formal and informal” project review process.

  13.  How to maintain comprehensive records for your project.  Leaving a
    “learning curve” trail for those who have similar projects.

  14.  BONUS: How to deal effectively with Senior Level Executives