Instructor: Mike Schulde
Project Management for the Rest of Us (2-Day Series) teaches survival project management - the basics of planning and executing a successful project. Participants learn key ideas and techniques for each stage of a project and use simple templates to create a project charter, schedule, cost and time estimates and a final report. They also learn organization, meeting and communication skills critical to a successful project.
This certificate series is for any employee responsible for small- to medium-sized projects as part (but not all) of his or her job. Participants who complete both sessions will receive a certificate of completion.
Day 1: Project Management - The Technical Side
Project management is the practice of applying general management skills and supporting disciplines to organize and deploy resources in a way that effectively acomplishes project objectives. The techniques presented in this program will provide project managers and practitioners with a step-by-step approach to developing a detailed project plan.
Day 2: Managing a Successful Team Project
How do you manage both sides of the project management equation -- the people and the process? The ability to do both is what makes a successful project leader. This program will give you the tools to achieve success.
Job Evaluation - NPEP
How do you evaluate the worth of jobs within your organization? Are some jobs more valuable than others? In this half-day program participants will learn how to conduct job evaluations using the National Position Evaluation Plan (NPEP) point factor system.
HR as a Coach
Learn the tools and techniques of coaching and influencing.
This ½ day workshop is designed to help you set priorities and manage your time so that you can enhance individual performance.