If project managers only had to manage schedule, cost and scope, anyone could do it. However, it is not that simple. Success depends on how well you manage environmental factors, and the “perception” of key stakeholders in addition to schedule, cost and scope. This course will outline the top environmental factors that affect project success, as well as provide strategies for dealing with politics, identifying a “bad” project upfront, and knowing how to say no.
Why You Should Attend
You should attend this course if you wish to further your project management knowledge and apply it via real-world problems alongside best-practice models and solutions. If previous project management courses have left you with questions regarding picking good projects, exiting bad projects and how to just say “no,” then this course is for you.
Who Should Attend
This course complements other project management courses but is intended for more experienced project managers who need additional training leading/managing through environmental constraints.
Attend and You Will Receive
- A course workbook with reference materials (pdf format for download)
- A copy of Creative Project Management, by Michael S. Dobson
- 21 PDUs/2.1 CEUs
- A certificate of attendance from NC State University
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