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Competencies Addressed:

  • Execution
  • Decision-Making
  • Communication
  • Team Management

Overview:

Project management is the most effective method of delivering products within cost, schedule, and resource constraints. In this 3-day highly interactive workshop, participants learn skills to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget while giving the user the product they expect. Participants gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project management and are able to use that knowledge to effectively manage work projects. By the end of the course participants are able to identify and manage the product scope, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, create the project budget, define, and allocate resources, manage the project development, identify, and manage risks, and understand the project procurement process.  Learners will review case studies, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, and much more.

Objectives:

  1. State the two key criteria that define a project
  2. Identify the roles and responsibilities of the Project Team, Project Manager, Project Team Members, Project Sponsor, Stakeholders
  3. Identify the five phases of the Project Management Lifecycle by matching a list of activities or outcomes with the corresponding lifecycle phase
  4. Identify the purpose and benefit of a Project Proposal
  5. Identify the purpose and benefit of a Project Plan, including the major components Charter, Schedule, Budget, Risk Assessment, Communication Plan
  6. Define and manage the core constraints of all projects Cost, Scope, Schedule, Quality
  7. Identify how to facilitate a Kick-off Meeting
  8. Explore selected skills of a competent PM: Negotiation, Facilitation, Conflict Management, Stakeholder Engagement, Team Leadership, etc.

Additional Details:

  • Course Length:  1-3 Days
  • Maximum Number Of Participants: 30 
  • Target Audience:  Program and Project managers, Team Leads & Other Interested Professionals
  • Mode Of Instruction: Virtual or Live

1-day or 2-day, Virtual or In Classroom

Competencies Addressed:

  • Execution
  • Decision-Making
  • Communication
  • Team Management

Overview:

Advanced project managers face a broader, more complex variety of projects, programs and portfolios. They must be willing to lead projects that span business areas, technologies, vendor relationships, and customer segments. Often the advanced project manager is called upon to communicate with leaders and stakeholders, presenting complex issues, developing plans and more. In this 1- or 2-day highly interactive workshop, participants learn skills to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget while giving the user the product they expect. Participants gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project management and are able to use that knowledge to effectively manage work projects. By the end of the course participants are able to identify and manage the product scope, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, create the project budget, define, and allocate resources, manage the project development, identify, and manage risks, and understand the project procurement process. 

One-Day Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this training, students will be able to:

  • Project leadership versus management
  • Managing critical constraints – Scope, Schedule, Cost, Quality
  • Project iterative planning and scheduling
  • Leading project change management
  • Engaging in project risk management
  • Cross agency stakeholder engagement
  • Executive and team communications
  • Identify project slippage and formulate corrective actions
  • Apply techniques such as Gantt Charts, resource loading, PERT
  • Conduct review and status meetings

Two-Day Course Content:

  1. All of One-Day Content, plus

  2. Benefits management, performance management

  3. Explore selected skills of a competent PM: Negotiation, Facilitation, Conflict Management, Stakeholder Engagement, Team Leadership, etc.

  4. Deep dive exercises and case studies

Additional Details:

  • Course Length:  1-2 Days
  • Maximum Number Of Participants: 30 
  • Target Audience:  Program and Project managers, Team Leads & Other Interested Professionals
  • Mode Of Instruction: Virtual or In-Classroom

1-day or 2-day, Virtual or In Classroom

Competencies Addressed:

  • Execution
  • Decision-Making
  • Communication
  • Team Management

Overview:

The ELPM course is customized to address specific project management challenges to improve processes within their executive roles.  This thirteen-session course includes the educational requirements for qualifying participants who wish to sit for the PMI PMBOK 7th Edition PMP Exam.

The ELPM course for executives, managers and non- managers in project management offers the participants “real life” project management case studies and scenarios and obtains diverse perspectives from instructors, other participants, and other practical resources and tools, provides the participants scenarios involving other sectors’ (public and private) outlining the issues or challenges faced, how they addressed them, the final outcome, and how it may relate to participants; including but not limited fundamentals of project management, project management tools and application, risk assessment and management, leading project teams, team and conflict management, negotiation skills, cost estimate and control, and practical solutions to complex issues that participants may face at NINDS.

Objectives:

This course will address the below NINDS challenges and not limited to:

  • Managing Milestones – How to use, set, manage, and communicate?
  • Project Timeline – Project moving along in a timely manner to meet goals by end of the project period? How are delays handled?
  • Facilitating Meetings –Regulatory pathways (i.e. – FDA)
  • Communication- Managing top-down communication
  • Project Planning/Management – Initiatives, workshops, and management of both internal and external stakeholders
  • Time Management/Workload – Techniques for delegation
  • Multitasking and Managing Multiple Simultaneous Priorities – Tools for time management
  • Pre-Clinical and Early-Clinical Project Management – Management of projects with regulatory approvals (Investigational New Drug (IND), Investigational Device Exemption (IDE), etc.)
  • Coordination of Grants – Principle Investigator (PI) resources with government resources and contractors

Two-Day Course Content:

  1. All of One-Day Content, plus
  2. Benefits management, performance management
  3. Explore selected skills of a competent PM: Negotiation, Facilitation, Conflict Management, Stakeholder Engagement, Team Leadership, etc.
  4. Deep dive exercises and case studies

Additional Details:

  • Course Length:  1-2 Days
  • Maximum Number Of Participants: 30 
  • Target Audience:  Program and Project managers, Team Leads & Other Interested Professionals
  • Mode Of Instruction: Virtual or In-Classroom

* Course content includes all PMI Pre-Requisite for PMP Exam eligibility based on the most recent PMBOK 7th Edition guide (*currently pending final approval and implementation by PMI)

Additional Details:

  • Course Length:  13 four-hour sessions
  • Maximum Number Of Participants: 30 
  • Target Audience:  Program and Project managers, Team Leads & Other Interested Professionals
  • Mode Of Instruction: Virtual or Live

This course explores the idea that IT processes and projects begin and end with people – from machine learning and blockchain projects to upgrading Office 365 and planning a strategy offsite. The people side of teams and projects is more important than ever. In fact, there has never been a more important time for IT leadership, project managers, and staff to embrace the challenges of user adoption both inside the IT shop and within the business areas they support.

The amount and level of technological change occurring is staggering. Individual projects are more complex than ever before, and fitting IT outputs and outcomes into a larger landscape of change is critical to the long-term success of the organization. The challenge for IT managers and leaders is to help our sponsors, teams, and customer stakeholders find pathways to adopt new ways of doing business, new technologies and new behaviors.

Within this course, we discuss key topics like project leadership, trust, conflict management, negotiation, change management, communications and listening and other topics.  This course is a master class in human behavior and change. It is, therefore, balanced between course work, discussion and experience.  Participants are expected to fully participate and our level of depth depends upon the quality of each of our contributions.

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