The reality of today's fast paced business climate and lean organisations means many people are being
asked to multitask. Whether you are an experienced project manager, or someone who has to manage
projects on top of their day job, the real life challenges of managing projects are:
Incomplete requirements and unrealistic expectations
Impossible deadlines set by clients/boss
No time for thinking or planning
Activities driven by urgency
Lack of user involvement
Unable to say 'no' - fear of being seen as being negative
Lack of resources, so having to do it yourself
Limited, or no, executive support
Working with you and your stakeholders, we can identify the
exact learning needs of those managing projects in your organisation.
We can then create an integrated programme which will offer the right
mix of theory, process and pragmatic skills practice.
Transfer of learning to the workplace has always been at the forefront
of our thinking. We do this by:
Engaging people with the realities they face in the workplace
Helping them to appreciate the impact of their current choice of
Exploring with them, and getting them to experience, other ways
to behave and work
Giving them simple to remember processes and tools
These processes and tools include finding out why they are doing the project, what they have to do and how they can do it. Combining 'planning the work' to gain the information to exercise control, with 'working the plan' to get people to do the work, gives delegates a simple and effective method of approaching projects.
Add to this the Top Ten Tips and the four things that really great project managers do better than anyone else, and your project managers will have the knowledge and skills to become great professional project managers. They will have the confidence of knowing how to be successful in delivering projects on time, within budget and to the expectations of the people who will benefit from the project.
To talk to us about how we could structure your project management learning workshop,
please call us on 020 7183 0081,
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org