Corporate and Community Services
Central Maine Community College
1250 Turner Street
Projects are complex innovations characterized by risk, the involvement of multiple stakeholders, limitations on time and resources, and high expectations.
This two-day workshop provides Project Management practices for organizing the process in both its teamwork and its process requirements. Its workplace-based design presents the tools, practices and processes that research and experience has proven will competently manage projects.
As an essentials course, Organizing for Project Management focuses on how-to elements: cases, exercises and discussions. Theory is included to the extent that it is necessary so particiapnts can make effective applications back at work. The specifics of Project organization are combined with management of risk and stakeholder relations.
Key course activities are centered on a six-stage process of Project organization:
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