Online: How to Run a Great Project? (2 sessions)
Time & Location
About the Event
This workshop is divided into 2 sessions, 90 minutes each.
Part 1: 22 October 13:30 - 15:00
Part 2: 23 October 10:00 - 11:30
149 euros for members / 199 euros for non-members (min. 8 / max. 16 participants)
Business is increasingly dependant for its success on Projects. More and more professionals are being asked to manage projects for internal or customer benefit. We need an approach that is simple, easy to use and ensures Project Success.
From Project Definition, through to Planning, Estimating, Risk Management and Resource Management, these 2 x 90-minute sessions demonstrates how to run a great project.
Workshop 1 Objectives: How to define and initiate a project, Task, communication and deliverable breakdowns, How to produce dependency lists and estimations, Milestones and estimation techniques, Risk management techniques for projects.
Workshop 2 Objectives: Resourcing, monitoring and control methods, Re-planning techniques for plan correction, People planning: how to ensure delivery from contributors to your project, Producing the quality plan and the communication plan.
Who should attend:
Anyone wishing to use key project management techniques to ensure that workplace tasks and assignments are delivered successfully. The sessions are highly interactive and focused on practical sessions based around workplace issues. Theory sessions will give suggested approaches, and these will be translated into practical on-the-job ground rules and tips.
Training / Workshop Leader: Andy Ibbitson (CastleBlue Development)
An industrial business leader with over 30 year’s of Project and Program Management experience spanning the Automotive, Construction, Facilities Management, Consulting, Health and Resource industries. Andy is a Fellow of the Institute for Consulting and the Chartered Management Institute. He holds an MBA in Engineering Management and an MSc in Automotive Manufacture. A transformational coach who enjoys transferring knowledge and skills to others.