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Project Management for Non-Project managers

Project Managers actually represent a small percentage of the people who work on projects. Most people involved in projects are not project managers, but sponsors, users, business analysts, programmers, engineers and specialists, among others. Their contributions to projects are essential.
The purpose of this course is to look at projects from the perspective of those players in projects, who are not project managers, but who nonetheless play an important role. The basic elements of project management are covered in the course, but the main focus is on the contribution of project team members towards project success.
  • The PCP Methodology
  • How projects originate
  • Who are the key players in a project
  • Project Life Cycle
  • Terminology, methods and tools used in projects
  • Team Member roles and responsibilities in supporting a project
  • The balance of skills needed for successful projects
  • Project Success – On-Time, On-Performance, On-Budget.
  • How to reduce project risk
Prerequisites Good level of course language and a willingness to work towards improving project performance.
Who should attend Anyone who plays a role in a project and who those who need to understand the challenges faced in delivering successful projects.
Languages English and French
Nb of participants 12 participants. Attendance is limited per session to permit the maximum interaction and practical experience.
Duration  1 day.