This highly interactive master class will have its content and structure adapted to meet specific learning needs of the host organisation. Master class duration is typically one to two days. Having completed the Master Class, managers will understand the power of using key project management processes to define, plan and manage a project, and will appreciate the steps necessary to implement an effective project management system.
Attendees will work through a series of selected modules (see below) to develop an advanced understanding of key project management techniques and functions from the executive managers perspective.
Who should attend: Sponsors, Senior project and program managers, project owners and senor team members.
Attendees will be provided with a comprehensive set of course notes based on the modules selected for inclusion in the course.
This Master Class focuses on mastering the project management skills needed to create project success. It focuses on the skills needed by modern PMOs and Project Managers to successfully manage and control projects.
Your workshop leader will demonstrate ways to build on the traditional measures of time, cost and quality, to manage stakeholder expectations, balance risks and opportunities and create value to deliver satisfaction to the project’s stakeholders. Developing accurate schedules, budgets and other project control documentation is the craft of project management, this course will enable the delegates to develop the art of project management, through learning how to use the project documentation to develop and maintain robust relationships for project success.
In this interactive master class, delegates will walk through a case study tailored to reinforce the learning from each session, and will be encouraged to contribute from their own experience. The delegates will be guided by an experienced senior project manager, who has also held senior roles in large organisations and researched project success in IT, construction, and business change projects. The proven and effective processes contained in the Project Management Institute’s PMBOK Guide® will be also used to uncover the real requirements of a project’s stakeholders, define the correct scope and create the deliverables (on time and on budget) that deliver tangible benefits to the organisation.
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PMI PDUs. Attendees at Mosaic's project management
workshops earn 1 PDU per hour of teaching time (typically 6 PDUs
per day). The breakdown of PDUs across the PMI Talent Triangle®
depends on the modules selected for inclusion in the course -
the PDUs to be earned are agreed during the course design phase
and are included on your individual course attendance
certificates. See more on the PMI Talent Triangle®.
AIPM CPD. Attendees at Mosaic's project management
workshops earn points based on the AIPM CPD points table current
at the date of the course, currently you earn 2 points per hour
to a maximum of 20 per course (B08 - Knowledge): see more on the AIPM website.
Other CPD requirements. Mosaic retains details of courses and attendees to support CPD claims in most organisations and we are happy to work with you to ensure you can claim your entitlements.