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    ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    The Advanced Project Management workshop gives seasoned project managers the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully manage increasingly complex project issues to meet desired goals and objectives. Assuming a mastery of project planning, this workshop extends skills to the remaining project management processes covering areas such as avoiding mistakes when executing and controlling a project, dealing with evolving stakeholder expectations, using trend analysis to measure project performance and improving project outcomes. PDUs = 24. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    PROJECT MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW

    This 1-day course covers everything you’ll need to participate in the project management process, including the significance of effective project management, important tools and techniques, and how your role can affect future project management results. PDUs = 7. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Real-World Project Management

    This course is a comprehensive look at project management. It covers the steps of project management from definition and planning to implementation, monitoring, completion and evaluation. Students will be able to complete a thorough and accurate project plan including task identification, scheduling and budgeting; monitor the key project issues of schedule, budget and performance deliverables; develop appropriate responses to potential problems, and deliver a formal evaluation to finalize a project. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Project Management

    This course covers the steps of project management from definition and planning to implementation, monitoring, completion and evaluation. Students will be able to complete a thorough and accurate project plan including task identification, scheduling and budgeting; monitor the key project issues of schedule, budget and performance deliverables; and develop appropriate responses to potential problems. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    PMI Risk Management Professional Exam Preparation

    Risk is inherent in everything that we do and it’s therefore no surprise that risk management holds a high level of importance within project management. This course offers an overview of project risk and risk management in a combination of lecture and hands-on learning formats, and is geared towards preparing students for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMPSM) certification exam offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This boot-camp style course covers the four primary exam objectives: Risk Communication, Risk Analysis, Risk Response Planning, and Risk Governance, along with the related exam objectives. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    This course covers a wide variety of project management subjects and offers practical application to your current projects. This course is designed to give you a working knowledge of project management. You will be able to use these concepts the very next day on your projects thus giving you the edge over your competition. This course follows the best practices for Project Management as outlined in the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide®) from the Project Management Institute (PMI®). For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Agile Development with Scrum

    This 2-day course assures students understand what adopting Scrum will mean for their organization and themselves, and to make passing Certified Scrum Master training a certainty. The course begins with the concepts and terminology of iterative development: developing and delivering portions of a total product according to a well-defined schedule and partitioning of product features. The business case for iterative development is thoroughly covered. The course then discusses the principles and practices that define an agile approach to software development, including: delivering continual value to the customer, flexible and rapid response to change, short time-boxed iterations, and rapid feedback on project state. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    ASSESSING AND MANAGING PROJECT RISK

    This course focuses on one of the nine knowledge areas of project management, Risk Management. Risk Management focuses on dealing with the inevitable negative events which could occur on the project and how to decrease the probability of those events or decrease the impact they will have on the project and also, dealing with the potential opportunities which could occur on the project and how to increase the probability of those events or increase the impact they will have on the project. In order for the risks of the project to be properly defined it is necessary to interface with the key stakeholders of the project. As with the other aspects of project planning, the risk plan should by no means be developed "in a vacuum." Different techniques from one-on-one interviews to team workshops should be utilized. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Measuring Project Success

    The Challenge Project Success is everyone's business. The Sponsor who requests the project, the project manager who directs it and the customers who will receive the benefit all want the project to be successful. But what is success? Does everyone define it in the same way? Who is responsible for defining project success? If the definition of project success is not clear, how do we evaluate the project? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Bringing a Project to a Safe Landing

    The Challenge Transition is that period of time that spans implementation of a project's deliverables and initial use of those deliverables by the customer. The amount of Business Value that a project delivers depends critically on how well the work of Transition is carried out. Yet, in today's project management practice, this aspect of the project is not always well planned and executed. In fact, this is just the place where shortcuts may be taken when time and money run short, with the result that generation of Business Value is severely impaired. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Templates: Simple but Effective PM Tools

    The Challenge 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. How can this be? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    People in Projects - Beyond the PMBOK®

    The Challenge People are the ultimate source of project success and failure. This has been documented over and again in the CHAOS Study by the Standish Group. While capable of great accomplishments, people are also the usual cause of project failure through unrealistic expectations, poor communication, lack of executive support, inadequate customer involvement and much more. If we are to make our projects reproducibly successful, we must find solutions to these problems. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Project Management Essentials

    The Challenge Within virtually every enterprise there is growing understanding of just how crucial successful projects are to the bottom line. After all, our ability to reach Strategic Objectives largely depends on the success of our major initiatives. In parallel with this understanding is the realization that all levels of the organization must become conversant with the primary principles of project management. It is only through a shared understanding of how projects are chosen, funded, planned and executed that we can truly become proficient at achieving regular project success. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    A Framework for use of Project Metrics

    The Challenge It is standard practice for a project team or Project Management Office (PMO) to make use of project metrics to measure project health and progress. Measurements of project cost to date and status with respect to planned schedule are common. However, metrics can and should do much more. For example, we need metrics to measure PMO performance. Objective metrics are also indispensable for determining the true Business Value of a project after its completion. However, with hundreds to choose from, how do we choose the right metrics? Is it sufficient to simply use the "standard" ones? Which metrics are actually "standard"? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Managing Stakeholder Expectations

    The Challenge 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. But how can this be accomplished? How are we to know what our stakeholders expect? And what exactly is an expectation, anyway? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Managing Project Risk

    The Challenge 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%. 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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    Opportunity: The Other Side of Risk

    The Challenge The PMBOK® 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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    Winning the Estimation Game

    The Challenge Every organization sooner or later is faced with the necessity of selecting and prioritizing projects. Estimation of cost and schedule is an important aspect of this process. While the techniques of estimation are fairly straightforward, project estimation nonetheless is something that Project Managers almost uniformly dread. Why? The primary cause of concern is that these early estimates that are generally based on very scant and suspect data often, contrary to all reason, become the budgets for future Missions Impossible. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    A Business Value Approach to Project Management

    The Challenge It is a primary tenet of Project Management that every project will produce something of value for the project Sponsor. That positive outcome may be referred to as Business Value. While the Business Value of a project is always implicit, it is often not clearly defined at the start of a project and even less often measured after the project’s completion. It should be clear that, in the absence of this definition and measurement, we are deprived of knowing the true value of a project to the organization that commissioned it. What may not be clear is that the definition and measurement of Business Value have deep implications for some of the most fundamental concepts in project management. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Launch Your PMO

    The Challenge The Project Management Office can be one of the most important investments that your organization has ever made. But PMO Startup is difficult; mortality rate is high. PMOs 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. Is there anything you can do to ensure that your PMO will be one of the good ones? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp