Project Management Training

Our PM training is unlike any other. While fully PMBOK® compliant, our courses do not dwell on theory. Instead, the extent to which practical and effective project management best practices are used that makes the difference between project success and failure. Lecture time provides the context for use of these best practices and a description of core tools and techniques. But all courses also include numerous hands-on exercises that instill these best practices into the minds of participants. By the time students return to the workplace, they have already used the tools and techniques presented in class and are much more likely to adopt them in real world projects.

Unique attributes of our training include:
  • Focus on Best Practices. Our courses draw from a pool of over 200 best practices as defined in our organizational assessment tool, OPAP3® (Organizational Practice Assessment – Project, Program and Portfolio). These best practices describe highly effective actions that executive management, project sponsors, project managers, project teams, customers and supporting organizations can take to make project success the norm.
  • Focus on People. People are the root of all project success. It is when project manager, team, sponsor and stakeholders come together in a collaborative effort that we attain real success. We show students how to identify, analyze and manage stakeholders and their expectations. We also provide techniques that help stakeholders to understand what they can do to enhance success in their own projects. There is an emphasis on the importance of soft skills.
  • Focus on Business Value. The underlying purpose of every project is to create some form of value for those who requested it. This Business Value is what makes the project a good investment and it can serve as an invaluable guide for the planning and execution of the project. We build a focus on delivery of Business Value into every segment of our courses.
  • Focus on Transition. Business Value can only happen if delivery to the customer is successful and conditions are right for effective use of project deliverables. Our courses include tools and techniques that enhance the Transition from project to ongoing operations. Students are shown the roadblocks to effective Transition and how to overcome them.
  • Focus on Management. We have a full line of courses specifically designed to provide managers with the information they need to support effective project management practice and to create an environment that promotes project success.
Our courses are unique. They provide participants with field-tested practices, tools and techniques that define the project, build stakeholder support, create boundaries around scope, produce better project plans, enhance project control, promote customer involvement and ensure an effective delivery. All participants, from beginners to PMP®s, leave better equipped to successfully manage their projects.

Agile Project Management

Agile Project Management

Agile Project Management with Scrum

PMP Exam Preparation:

PMP Certification Boot Camp

Launch into PM

PMP Exam training

PMP® Certification Exam Prep Bootcamp

For Management:

Project Portfolio Management

What Project Portfolio Management Can Do for Your Business

Essentials of Project Portfolio Management

Choosing the Right Projects for the Right Time

Project Portfolio Management: What Every Executive Must Know

Maximize the Value of Your Project Investments

Executive's Guide to Project Portfolio Management

Implementing Practical Project Portfolio Management

Reaching Your Strategic Goals: Getting the Most out of Projects

Project Management

Project Management Overview for Managers

Foundation in PM for Senior Managers

Advanced Project Topics for the Business Manager

PM Basics:

Overview of Project Management

Project Management Fundamentals

Effective Project Management

Project Management for Technical Professionals

Foundation in Project Management

Project Management for Teams

Essential Project Skills for Teams

The Core of Project Management: Scope, Time, Cost and Delivery

Defining and Managing Project Scope, Schedule and Requirements

Project Management for the Business Manager

PM Advanced:

Advanced Techniques in Project Management

Advanced Project Management for the Experienced Practitioner

When Agile is Not an Option: Maximizing the Value of Traditional Projects

Building and Managing Project Budgets

Controlling Change to Scope and Requirements

People in Projects: Foundation for Project Success

Create Opportunity in Your Project NOW!

Controlling Project Risk; Managing Threats and Promoting Opportunities

Advanced Risk Management

Effective Expectations Management

Advanced and Applied Project Management

Project Templates: Power Tools for the PM

Guide to Project Portfolio Management Implementation

Design and Implementation of the Next Generation Project Management Office

Half Day Workshops:

Project Portfolio Management

Attaining Strategic Goals through Projects

Using Portfolio Management to Maximize Project Value

How to Improve your Project Success Rate

Seven Ways to Energize Project Portfolio Management

How Project Management Improves the Bottom Line

Executive's Guide to Great Project Stewardship

Financial Aspects of Project Portfolio Management

Project Management Office: Agent of Change

Launch Your PMO

Project Management

Optimizing Long-Term Project Value

Winning the Estimation Game

Opportunity: The Other Side of Risk

Managing Project Risk

Managing Stakeholder Expectations

A Framework for use of Project Metrics

Project Management Essentials

People in Projects - Beyond the PMBOK®

Managing Very Small Projects: Applying Project Management to Software Maintenance

Templates: Simple but Effective PM Tools

Bringing a Project to Safe Landing

Measuring Project Success

Additional Courses:

Microsoft® Project 2016: Part 2

Microsoft® Project 2016: Part 1

Project Management & Control: A Workshop for Practitioners (4 days)

Project Management & Control: A Workshop for Practitioners (3 days)

Effective Project Communications Workshop

Assessing and Managing Project Risk

Agile Development with Scrum

Fundamentals of Project Management

PMI Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation

Project Management

Real-World Project Management

Project Management Overview

Fast Start in Project Management

Advanced Project Management

Microsoft Project 2007

Microsoft Project 2003

Advanced Microsoft Project 2003

Making Projects Work

Estimating and Risk Management

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