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  • 81 Request Info

    Project Management Office: Agent of Change

    The Challenge Recent studies indicate that about half of the time, PMO implementation fails. One significant cause stems from the (sometimes unstated) primary mission of the PMO: Make Things Better! In most cases, management expects that the PMO will bring about significant process change with the result that project success rates, project cost, etc. will improve dramatically. However, this can only happen if there are corresponding significant changes in the organization itself. Are they ready for it? Do PMO staff really understand what is required of them? Do they see themselves as a Change Agent? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 82 Request Info

    Financial Aspects of Project Portfolio Management

    The Challenge Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is known for helping organizations choose and fund projects that will help fulfill Business Strategy. In that sense, the impact of PPM on an organization's financial results is clear. But there are many other financial aspects to PPM, to the point where, on close examination, PPM appears to be more of a financial function than a project management one. If this is not well understood, how are organizations to take advantage of this important aspect of PPM? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 83 Request Info

    Executive's Guide to Great Project Stewardship

    The Challenge Projects are a primary means of attaining Strategic Objectives. When we commission projects, we are committing money and resources in the hope that project deliverables will move the enterprise forward. When projects fail, we suffer the twin loss of failed investment and strategic setback. What can we do to ensure that our project investments pay off? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 84 Request Info

    How Project Management Improves the Bottom Line

    The Challenge These are challenging times. With current focus firmly on the quarter to quarter bottom line, there simply is no room for waste of any kind. So what is an organization to do when important projects continue to complete over budget, late and/or short on deliverables? Every project is an important corporate investment. Failed projects represent significant financial loss. What can we do to ensure that our project investment pays off? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 85 Request Info

    Seven Ways to Energize Project Portfolio Management

    The Challenge Every enterprise invests resources (money; time) in projects and every enterprise has a process through which those projects are selected and funded. But where did that process come from? Does it serve the best interests of the enterprise? Are all funded projects fully aligned with current Business Strategies? Are the cost, return and risk known for every project? Is there a process for terminating projects that are failing or for which there is no longer need? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 86 Request Info

    How to Improve your Project Success Rate

    The Challenge When we commit money, materials and time to projects we expect to get a reasonable return on our investment. This simply cannot happen if the projects are not successful. Unfortunately, many of our projects (and especially Information Technology projects) fail to meet all of their objectives or even fail outright, leaving us with investments gone bad. Especially in these troubled economic times there is no room for this kind of financial loss. What can we do to ensure that our project investment pays off? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 87 Request Info

    Using Project Portfolio Management to Maximize Project Value

    Every enterprise invests resources (money; time) in projects. And everyone wants project success, but that success sometimes can prove to be elusive. Why do so many of our projects run into trouble? Are we really getting the value out of our projects that we intend? Are we even choosing to fund the right projects? Do all of our projects support the business strategies of the organization? Are we making the most of our project investment? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 88 Request Info

    Attaining Strategic Goals through Projects

    Every enterprise has strategic goals. Every enterprise invests resources in projects. It is generally understood that projects should support an organization's strategic goals and that every project should be a good investment, but is that always true? Are we funding the right projects at the right time? Does the executive team have clear guidance on how much each project will cost and what it will return? Do they know with certainty that every completed project has actually created the Business Value intended? What can an executive do to ensure that every project is worthwhile? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 89 Request Info

    Effective Project Communications Workshop

    This Workshop is designed to help project managers (and others who need to communicate effectively with people in a workplace environment) identify the kinds of communications involved in organizing and managing a project. You'll learn what needs to be communicated in a project; strategies for project reporting (and how to keep the reports coming in - on time!); how to conduct meetings that actually accomplish something; and how to address project conflict. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 90 Request Info

    Project Management & Control:A Workshop for Practitioners (3days)

    In this three-day hands-on Workshop, you will use one of your own projects as the basis for practicing the skills necessary to plan, schedule, and control a project. You'll gain experience identifying and assessing project risks and developing appropriate risk management strategies. In the process, you'll gain an understanding of the project manager's role and responsibilities, and how these change across the different phases of the project. Throughout this Workshop, you will apply project management concepts and techniques to the task of developing an initial project charter for your project For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 91 Request Info

    Project Management & Control:A Workshop for Practitioners

    In this four-day hands-on Workshop, you will use one of your own projects as the basis for practicing the skills necessary to plan, schedule, and control a project. You'll gain experience identifying and assessing project risks and developing appropriate risk management strategies. In the process, you'll gain an understanding of the project manager's role and responsibilities, and how these change across the different phases of the project. Throughout this Workshop, you will apply project management concepts and techniques to the task of developing an initial project charter for your project. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 92 Request Info

    PMP® Certification Exam Prep Bootcamp

    Course Overview The PMP® Certification Exam Prep Course is a four or five day instructor-led class designed to prepare project management practitioners for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) examination. Course content and delivery is structured around The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Fifth Edition knowledge areas and supplemental exam material. It is designed to help PMP®/CAPM® candidates optimize their study and preparation time for the respective certification examinations. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 93 Request Info

    PMP Exam training

    PMP classroom training is ideal for PMP aspirants who are looking forward to interact with a highly qualified instructor for better exam preparation. This PMP Project Management Professional certification course includes interactive PMP classroom sessions along with access to online courseware and 5 full-length PMP practice tests. Assistance with PMI application process for PMP exam and 35 contact hours are also included as part of this PMP training program. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 94 Request Info

    Advanced Project Topics for the Business Manager

    The Challenge Senior Managers have a unique outlook on projects. They are concerned not only with project success but also with the cumulative Business Value that those projects must ultimately generate. This means that to a Senior Manager, any project management methodology must lead the project team to plan and execute projects so that Business Value is optimized. Viewing project management through the lens of Portfolio Management provides us with just such a perspective. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 95 Request Info

    Foundation in Project Management for Senior Managers

    The Challenge You are a Senior Manager. Projects that you commission must be successful! Each project success brings you closer to your business goals; each project failure blocks your path. In today's economic climate there simply is no longer any room for failure. But what can you do to ensure that every project is the win you need? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 96 Request Info

    Project Management Overview for Managers

    The Challenge Within virtually every enterprise there is growing understanding of just how crucial successful projects are to financial well-being. 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
  • 97 Request Info

    Reaching Your Strategic Goals: Getting the Most out of Projects

    Defining and setting business goals is only the first step. Of real concern to all is exactly how we will meet these goals. There are many possible approaches, but execution of strategic and tactical projects is virtually always a primary means. We all know that selection of the right projects and their successful outcome is critical to business success. But how can this be accomplished on a regular basis? For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
  • 98 Request Info

    Implementing Practical Project Portfolio Management

    Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is the set of processes that ties project execution to achievement of business strategy. It determines how you choose and fund your projects and is a primary determinant of how much value you receive for each project dollar. PPM is currently regarded as a core business practice. Efforts made to improve the implementation of PPM can have a substantial impact on the bottom line. However, PPM is complex and any effort to improve it should be done in a systematic and careful manner. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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    Executive's Guide to Project Portfolio Management

    Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is the primary business process that underlies execution of an organization's business strategy. How can this be? Simple: We implement strategy through projects, and PPM is the process behind project selection and prioritization, funding, oversight and evaluation. Are your projects delivering the business value you expect? If not, chances are that your PPM process is not working well. Planning on installing Portfolio Management software? Don't do it until you have thoroughly examined the PPM business process it will support. Any attempt to use a software tool to drive process improvement will likely fall short of expectations. For other Project Management courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesprojmanagement.asp
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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