Facilitator

Piet Beukman

Description

Project management has evolved over the past four decades as a method by which one can manage complex multidisciplinary efforts of a technical or non-technical nature. This workshop introduces this extremely useful technique to novices and to seasoned practitioners in a structured manner.

The key tasks of the project manager, namely planning the project and controlling the execution of the work, are dealt with by using a total process-based view of the project over its total life as a point of departure. In this way all management and supporting functions, such as contracting, team building, conflict management, etc are put into an overall perspective and are related to one another.

This workshop is for those who have, or are about to have, responsibility for managing projects at any level. It assumes that participants have no previous formal training in project management. It is not focused to any particular sector or industry, and as such, is applicable for any industry, the private and public sectors, for-profit companies and not-for-profit organisations, and any individual or organisation wishing to develop a more strategic, focused and managed approach to delivering projects.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

Content

Project Definition:

Project Planning:

Project Control:

Testimonials

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