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6-Hour Virtual Seminar on Project Management for Non-Project Managers - Webinar

  • ID: 4715533
  • Webinar
  • February 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 360 Minutes
  • NetZealous LLC
until May 05th 2021
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As you begin using basic project management skills and tools, you will get better results.

However, these basics are not enough for continued success. You must continually improve your existing skills in project management, communication, understanding human nature, and working across organizational lines. You will have new challenges the more you lead successful projects. You will need to take a deeper dive into current project management standards and learn to use more sophisticated tools. All of this can be overwhelming on top of your many responsibilities and priorities.

Develop a plan to integrate new skills and tools systematically and use references for your own continuous improvement. Refine your organizational skills to keep your projects on time, on budget, and on target. Master planning, executing, reviewing, and revising skills, making the difference between success and failure. Put your skills to work getting the different players and stakeholders to provide information or direction and to show up for important milestones along the way. Hone your organizational skills, communicate even more effectively, avoid major project pitfalls, and work with others to meet project deadlines and objectives. Build on your fundamental knowledge and expand your capacity to balance day-to-day work and these special assignments.

  • Recognize the 'business problem' before the project begins
  • Organize tasks easily into logical groups of activities
  • Create a project plan to guide all your efforts
  • 'Manage' your project 'team' even if you don’t have one
  • Keep critical stakeholders informed and involved
  • Track progress and recognize quickly when things are slipping
  • Lead effective project meetings
  • Demonstrate successful project completion
  • Apply lessons learned to the next project
  • Hone organizational skills
  • Communicate even more effectively
  • Avoid major project pitfalls
  • Meet project objectives; Bring in projects on time, on budget, & on target

Why you should Attend:

You are already doing more than you thought possible and here comes this 'extra' assignment. Instead of being overwhelmed, you will set the work up as a project, manage it using an approach with a track record of success, and get the results your management requires. You'll hone your existing skills and build on them.

You'll apply what you learn to rest of your assignment, becoming more productive, and still have time to think about how to improve the overall performance of your area of responsibility. You do not have to reinvent the wheel or rely on a 'To-Do' list to get the results being demanded of you. You'll have access to resources which you can adapt to your specific situation.

Areas Covered in the Session:

Context for HR Project Management

  • What are projects and where do they fit?
  • Project success factors and pitfalls
  • What Are Your Strengths and Challenges Managing Projects?
  • Where do PM Standards Come From?
  • Project Life Cycle

Hone Organizational Skills

  • Skills to Lead Project Successfully
  • Skills to Manage Project Successfully
  • Managing Time Proactively

Project Initiation

  • Develop a Business Case and Project Overview
  • Articulate HR project Business Problem
  • Perform Stakeholder analysis

Planning and Scheduling

  • Elicit Requirements
  • Establishing and Clarifying Concrete Objectives
  • Analyze scope, constraints, assumptions
  • Create Work Breakdown Structure and tactical plan
  • Sequence activities optimally with Logic Diagram
  • Manage the Critical Path
  • Schedule, assign responsibility, and track.
  • Developing More Detailed Plans to Reach Objectives

Cost Management

  • Estimate Costs
  • Define budget and tracking

Avoid Major Project Pitfalls; Risk Management

  • Common Pitfalls and Their Remedies
  • Analyzing Risk
  • Develop Risk Impact Matrix
  • Track and manage Risk
  • Establishing an Early Warning System
  • Escalating Risk Proactively
  • Expecting the Unexpected Define risks, qualitatively and quantitatively

Human Resource and Communication Plan

  • Develop Role and Responsibility Plan; Create RACI diagram
  • Develop Management Communications Plan
  • What is Your Most Effective Communication Zone?
  • Using Active Assertive Communication
  • Mastering Active Listening
  • Managing Project Communication Through RACI
  • Meeting Challenges with Stakeholders, Dispersed Teams, and Virtual Teams

Project Execution, Monitoring, and Control

  • Define What and How to monitor; scope, schedule, cost, quality
  • Capture actual results for scope, schedule, cost, quality
  • Executing Detailed Project Plans
  • Managing Exceptions and Deviations from Plans
  • What Management Wants to Hear in Your Reports

Project Closure

  • Apply Lessons Learned for continuous improvement
  • Continuous Improvement as a Way of Life
  • Implementing Lessons Learned Throughout Project
  • Going Beyond Lessons Learned
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Lecture 1 - Introduction to Project Management - An Overview
  • What is a project?
  • What is project management?
  • The project manager's role
  • What is effective project management?
  • The five stages of a project
  • The triple constraint, collaboration and flexibility
  • Project management pitfalls
  • Determine and specify the business need
  • Identify the project expectations, resources, and budgets - project scope statement/project charter
  • Determine your project audience, i.e. project stakeholders, initiator, and champion(s)
  • How to work and interact with your audience
  • Determine/craft project objectives
  • What are the project's constraints?
Lecture 2 - Specifying the project work to be done and establish the project's timing and resource requirements
  • Develop the work breakdown structure
  • Naming key tasks
  • Making assumptions
  • Special project situations
  • Long-term project planning
  • Displaying the work breakdown structure
  • Categorizing project work
  • What to document
  • Purpose and function of the network diagram
  • Reading and interpreting a network diagram
  • Creating the network diagram
  • Develop the initial schedule
  • Determine activity durations
  • Gaming the schedule
  • Determine team member skills that are needed
  • Estimate the human resource requirement
  • Meeting resource commitments
  • Resolve resource overloads and conflicts
  • Handling multiple projects
  • Developing the budget
Lecture 3 - Risk, the project team, project management and control
  • Risk factors and risks
  • Identifying the risk factors
  • Risk types
  • Assessing and weighing risk
  • Determine consequences
  • Develop a risk mitigation strategy
  • Develop your risk management plan
  • Organizational structures for managing projects
  • Define the key players and their roles
  • Team member roles and responsibilities
  • Assigning project tasks
  • Authority versus responsibility
  • The RACI Chart
  • Developing team operational strategies and procedures
  • Managing team activities
  • Developing your team
  • Managing team and individual team member performance
  • Working cross-culturally
  • Collaboration and flexibility - how are they executed and managed successfully
  • Scope creep and how it is managed
  • Tracking and reporting progress
  • Work-effort tracking
  • Managing the budget
  • Communicating effectively - how to make it work
  • When things go wrong - scheduling alternatives
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Rebecca Staton-Reinstein Ph.D., and President of Advantage Leadership, Inc. works with leaders and their organizations to Increase your bottom-line results through strategic leadership, engaged employees, and delighted customers in all economic sectors. Draw on her proven ability to mentor you through major change, customizing successful solutions to your complex issues.
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  • Anyone who must manage projects or large complex assignments as part of their responsibilities
  • Administrative Professionals
  • Office Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Small Business Owners
  • Aspiring project managers
  • Those who are not full-time project managers
  • Those who are not certified as project managers nor seeking certification
  • Managers and non-managers who routinely take on special assignments
  • Team leaders who manage special assignments in technical, admin or HR fields
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