We all do projects – efforts that take more than one step and last more than a few minutes. Handling the small projects may be routine, but the multi-week, mission-critical projects keep us up at nights. So, how can we avoid those eleventh hour surprises (with their additional costs) and keep our projects on time, to specs, and on budget?
Discover a project management process that keeps you on track. Using these steps you will better define expected costs and outcomes, clearly assign each task, and put in place key triggers to ensure project success.
In this session:
• Learn how to prioritize an overwhelming array of activities
• Discover a rational, methodical process for defining, planning, and managing your projects
• Explore tools you can use to better communicate your projects to the organization
• Examine steps you can take to protect your plan from potential problems and capitalize on potential opportunities
Target Audience includes beginning to intermediate level program managers and anyone who must plan and manage a project (i.e., more than one step, lasting more than a few minutes).
Presented by Thom Andrews, Director, ONEplace@kpl.
Registration is required due to limited space. Call 269-553-7910 for more information.