Project Management for Today's Environment

Start Date and Time: 
Tue, 02/22/2011 - 6:00pm - Tue, 04/26/2011 - 9:00pm
Organization Name: 
UNM Anderson School of Management
Event Topic: 

Project Management for Today's Environment

Time & Dates
February 22 - April 26, Tuesdays, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$395 nonprofit rate

Student Union Building (SUB), parking included at the Cornell Parking Structure

You understand skilled project managers have a tremendous positive impact on the effectiveness and efficiency of corporate initiatives, while unskilled project managers and failed projects can cost industries billions. If you want to excel in today's fast-paced and deadline-driven environment, implement organizational change and innovations successfully, this program will provide you with a framework for planning, managing and completing tasks on time and within budget. Most importantly, this program will help you meet customer, stakeholder and company expectations.

Through lectures, discussions and hands-on exercises, you will learn practical application skills in one of the fastest growing professional disciplines.

How You Will Benefit
Achieve a skill-set that distinguishes you from your peers
Contribute to the success of your organization while gaining respect and building credibility with top management
Build high-performance teams that can lead projects to successful implementation
Accomplish better results through clear, open and honest communication
Walk away with a solid proficiency in producing top quality results

Role of Project Management
Getting Your Project Off the Ground
Plan and Schedule Your Project
The Human Factors: People and Politics
Learn Microsoft (MS) Project
Optimize Your Plan
Determine Risk and Quality Issues
Controlling Your Project
Managing Teams and Project Communications
Wrapping Up Your Project

Dr. David Harris

UNM Student Union Building (SUB)
New Mexico
Contact / Reservations
(505) 277-2525
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