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    Project Portfolio Management: What Every Executive Must Know

    The Challenge Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is the process behind project selection, funding, oversight and evaluation. It is a business process of some complexity and with many participants. Your organization relies on PPM to select and oversee the projects that execute business strategy. But are you doing this effectively? Are you funding the right projects at the right time? Do your projects deliver the business value you need and expect? If not, it is likely that your organization is not getting the most out of every project dollar. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Choosing the Right Projects for the Right Time

    The Challenge Where do your projects come from? Are they carefully examined for alignment with Business Strategy and Return on Investment before funding is allocated, or do projects seem to just appear for reasons that are often not at all apparent? It should be obvious that, insofar as projects represent a major expense for any enterprise, we would do well to consider carefully h our project dollars are spent. But how can we do this effectively? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Essentials of Project Portfolio Management

    It has become widely understood that Project Portfolio Management (PPM), when properly implemented, can have a dramatic impact on the bottom line. What is not well understood is that every enterprise already has PPM in place. The question is not "Does it exist?", but rather "Is the current PPM process effective?" Given that PPM is essential to carrying out Business Strategy, there is every reason to want an effective PPM process. So what does it take to make this happen? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    What Project Portfolio Management Can Do for Your Business

    The Challenge Formal projects are an enormous and important investment. But consider these questions: Are you confident that you are getting the most out of every project dollar? Do all of your projects fully support your business strategy? Are you certain that your projects actually deliver the Business Value they are supposed to? If not, how much of a return are you getting on your project investment? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Software Requirements: Definition and Management

    Since 1994, the Standish Group CHAOS Study has reported that inadequate requirements are a major contributor to IT project failure. This revelation has driven significant work in the areas of requirements engineering, with the result that requirements definition tools and techniques today are better than ever. However, requirements remain an issue in IT projects. There is still a poor understanding of all the factors at work in an IT project that must be considered if the project team is to have an adequate, internally consistent and robust set of requirements. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 206 Request Info

    Leadership Skills for the Project Professional

    Leadership Skills for the Project Professional is a two day advanced project management course designed to strengthen the leadership skills of the project/program management practitioner. Participants examine the different roles of manager and leader and consider the relative merits each role in the project or program environment. Because the program/project manager serves as the primary liaison between organizational leadership (i.e., upper management) and the project team, he/she must possess and employ the soft skills ("artistic" vs. scientific) required to lead a team. In this course, participants are introduced to common leadership principles that must be applied in the project environment. After an introduction to the better practices for each learning unit, course attendees apply these principles via relevant individual and team exercises. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Leading People to Embrace Change

    Technology is, by its nature, a change agent. Anyone who introduces technology into a workplace, whether as business software, communication tools or computing devices, also lays the foundation for change in reporting relationships, work patterns and job titles. As we all know, change is seldom welcome and is often fought. Many technology projects, although planned and executed flawlessly, have nonetheless gone down in flames due to the unwillingness of the intended audience to accept the accompanying change. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Design and Implementation of the Next Generation PMO

    The Challenge You want to take action to make your projects more routinely successful, and you understand that a Project Management Office (PMO) may be just what you need. But PMO implementation seems to be a risky business. They have a reputation for either working very very well, or ending in a very bad way. You're not sure you want to take the risk. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Guide to Project Portfolio Management Implementation

    Is your organization planning to install software that automates Project Portfolio Management (PPM)? If so, yours is one of many that realizes the importance of PPM and wants to get the most out of it. This can be a great move, but ONLY if you first optimize your PPM process. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Project Templates: Power Tools for the PM

    Bring up the subject of "project templates" and many project managers will immediately launch into a rant about all of the burdensome paperwork that prevents them from doing their real job. Few of us love paperwork, but it is an unfortunate mistake when PMs assume that templates are responsible for the burden. In fact, templates are among the most effective tools that any PM can find. When well-designed and properly used, templates actually SAVE time and greatly improve the probability of project success. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Advanced and Applied Project Management

    Advanced and Applied Project Management is a three-day, instructor-led, simulation-based class designed for experienced project management practitioners who wish to apply and enhance their fundamental project/program management skills. The course re-establishes essential project management processes through hands on application of skills using both a course case study and a computer-based project simulation tool. Participants take a realistic project from inception (initiation) through completion (closure). For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Effective Expectations Management

    In the final analysis, our claim to project success depends largely on the degree to which we have met the expectations of our stakeholders. It has become clear that mastery of the identification, management and satisfaction of stakeholder expectations is of primary importance if we are ever to have reliably successful projects.
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    Controlling Project Risk: Managing Threats and Promoting Opportunities

    Every project has issues. Issues are threats to a project that have materialized, and they can drain a project team of needed energy and time. Experience has shown us that proactive management of project risk can reduce the incidence and severity of issues by up to 90%. Every project has opportunities. When found, opportunities can lead us to lower cost, savings in time, higher quality and a happier customer. The advantages to proactive management of risk are enormous, but how can we do this in a way that actually works? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Create Opportunity in Your Project NOW!

    The PMBOKĀ® tells us that risk can be negative or positive. We all know about negative risks, but when was the last time you found positive risk? Do you routinely watch for positive risks in your project? Probably not; very few project managers do. Why is this so? Positive risks are Opportunities. Are there really so few opportunities available in this ocean of risk? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    People in Projects: Foundation for Project Success

    Have you ever wondered where project issues come from? Have you ever delivered great technology only to find that the supposed "customer" wants no part of it? Have you ever wondered what to do when asked for an estimate in the face of woefully inadequate information? Have you ever wondered why, if project risk can be positive as well as negative, that you never see opportunity? These are just a few of the intriguing questions answered during this fascinating four day course. . For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Advanced Project Management for the Experienced Practitioner

    Have you ever wondered where project issues come from? Have you ever delivered great technology only to find that the supposed "customer" wants no part of it? Have you ever wondered what to do when asked for an estimate in the face of woefully inadequate information? Have you ever wondered why, if project risk can be positive as well as negative, that you never see opportunity? These are just a few of the intriguing questions answered during this fascinating four day course. . For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Project Management for the Business Manager

    Do you own your own business or operate as an entrepreneur within a larger enterprise? If yes, then you understand the urgent need to get projects done on time the first time, with delivery of all that was promised. Are your projects completing as planned? If not, would you benefit from project training that you can actually use to get the job done? Would it help if the course material was immediately useful in the projects you have running right now? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Defining and Managing Project Scope, Schedule and Requirements

    Establishing the full extent of project and product scope, and then using this as the basis for development of an effective project schedule, are two of the most important tasks performed by a Project Manager. When done well, this work provides the foundation for project success. Truly effective tools and techniques are required to make this possible. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    The Core of Project Management: Scope, Time, Cost and Delivery

    The Challenge It takes more than abstract knowledge to be successful at the actual work at hand: managing projects. That means we need Project Management training that does more than just focus on passing an exam. What we need is PM training that focuses on those concepts, tools and techniques that actually help us to get the job done. When we leave the course we want to feel as though we can immediately use what we've just learned. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Essential Project Skills for Teams

    The project team is the engine that cranks out the work of the project. But they can do much more. By understanding the basics of defining a project plan and managing schedule, scope and risk, project team members can contribute more fully to the successful execution of projects. By applying Key interpersonal management skills, team members can manage or even prevent many of the common problems that slow projects down. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp