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  • JimiWikman
    JimiWikman

    Applied Project Management

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      Educator: Wenell Period: October 2015

    Applied project management

    Projects are not a new concept, but today they are more common than ever.

    We are faced with an increasing number of situations where we can benefit from collaborating across traditional boundaries and making use of each other’s strengths and differences. But there are pitfalls! Often projects are started with no clearly defined roles, authorization, goals or resources.

    Purpose

    Applied project management is a concentrated basic course that gives you a holistic view of project work. The focus is your role as project manager, with emphasis on simple, practical tools you can use in your work. The entire project workflow is discussed, with particular emphasis on the preparation phase.

    The purpose is to give you:

    • Practical, simple methods for running projects or for using the project format in your daily work.
    • An understanding of the roles and delegation of responsibilities in project organizations.
    • Greater understanding of your role as a project manager.

    Swedish?

    The course is also given in Swedish, and is called Praktisk projektledning.

    Format

    The course includes lectures, group tasks and discussions.
    Most of the group tasks involve actual cases, and you are invited to bring your own to the course.

    Target group

    Current or future project managers, subproject managers, project administrators and line managers. Everyone who works in or with projects.

    Scope

    Four full days. Max 18 participants.

    • Day 1-3: 8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
    • Day 4: 8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

    PDU-points

    This course gives you 35 PDU points. PDU points are given to Certified Project Managers by PMI, Project Management Institute.

    Course contents

    • Think before you act!
    • Managing stakeholders
    • Setting objectives and limits
    • Visualizing the project

     

    • Planning the work
    • Clarifying roles
    • Interacting with the environment
    • Living with uncertainty
    • Succeeding with realization
    • Practicing leadership
    • Closing the project


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