Everyday Project Management

26. Nov
mtwtf
9:00-16:30
Full

130.00 EUR

Price without VAT

Regardless of what is stated in your job title and job description, your everyday work is most likely associated with the management of various projects. Filling of customer orders, the introduction of new products, a communication campaign, a party at the worksite, performance interviews, filling and delivering orders – independently of the specifics and volume of the work to be done, these all are projects with a similar structure and internal logic. Your capacity to perform this work is determined by your ability to plan and organize, involve people, agree on their involvement and criteria, and to undertake other rational and targeted activities to achieve an ideal result.  

This intensive, practical course is about effective tools for everyday project management, as well as about how not to get confused in situations when projects become rather complex or take place simultaneously.

During the course, participants are invited to share their own situations and projects, enriching the content of the course with their experience in this way, as well as gaining an opportunity to get feedback and advice from an experienced presenter and from other colleagues. 

Target audience: Company employees who manage or are involved in various everyday projects and organizational tasks. 

Aim of the course: To provide practical tools and methods for effective everyday project management.

Gains:

  • An understanding about the structure and logic of everyday project management and its associated aspects;
  • Practical tools and methods for effective everyday project management;
  • Specific recommendations and improvements for participants’ individual projects and everyday challenges.

Duration: 1 day, 6 hours

Mini-lecture, examples, discussions, situation analysis, practical exercises and development of real everyday project planning examples. 

Programme:

1.PLAN

  • Stages of project management
  • What is the PDCA cycle?
  • Stakeholders and their analysis
  • Risk analysis
  • Project budget/resources
  • Project team
  • The RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) tool for project management
  • Determining milestones 

2.DO

  • Tracking milestones 
  • The most important aspects of communication
  • Visual management
  • Project manager’s skills

3.CHECK

  • Project performance management 
  • Main activity indicators, SMART

4.ADJUST / ACT

  • Project conclusion
  • Evaluations
  • Exploration and introduction of required changes

Venue: TRIVIUMS training centre, Blaumaņa 11/13 - 12, IV, Riga

Participation fees include handouts, coffee breaks and lunch.

For company training, the programme can be adapted for the specifics and needs of the company.

Next available course 6. April
Feedback
  • What did you like best in this seminar?

    • Dynamic, active involvement, real testing of the methods taught.
    • Active Discussions. Everyone was involved. Everyone thought and worked together. A pleasant presenter. Thanks!
    • Very structured presentation of the teaching material. Immediately putting practical activity theory into one’s example. Great time management from the presenter – everything took place as planned.  

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