To succeed as a Project and Process Manager, you need specific skills and competencies. Managing a project and keeping it on-time, on-budget and within scope can be more difficult than it at first appears. And dealing with the people-management issues can be a challenge. The workshops below address both the technical and the people aspects of project management. Select a workshop, choose a convenient date and location and register today. An MCE client services representative will contact you with advice on the best options for travel and accommodation.
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Mid-level Management Workshops
The workshop is specifically designed to help project managers prepare to be PMP®-certified by the Project Management Institute. You will get solid grounding in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)® and standards and guidelines with an experienced, PMP®-certified facilitator. Read more
Get a clear methodology and understand the people side of project management. Deliver your projects on spec, on time and within budget. As projects take a central role in organizations, project management has become one of the leadership competences and an important factor in any manager's performance evaluation. Read more
You can develop the best business strategy and hire the best talent but without the right process management you could still fail. This process management seminar provides you with proven tools to successfully implement business improvements including process mapping techniques…documentation of standard operating procedures…and value-added vs. non-value-added activity analysis to successfully implement process management improvements. Read more
Project management accounting is a difficult area of accountancy and a topic of confusion for non financial executives. In this workshop, we define the steps and procedures necessary to accurately forecast and report project returns, revenue recognition and forecasted completion costs. Read more
Managing a project is a complex undertaking that requires prompt decision making and timely problem resolution. It is the extent to which project managers take responsibility for solving problems that gets them resolved. It is the extent to which the project manager is able to anticipate risk that makes the difference between a smooth ride and a fire fighting exercise.
The approach to project risk management learning departs from real-life project experience. If you can understand why projects fail, then you can take steps to avoid those conditions. Upon understanding the key risks for projects, participants will perform a root-cause analysis of why these risks have not been avoided or why their impact could not be minimized. As such the link is made between practice and theory, and course participants will get a much better understanding of the criticality of using a comprehensive quality approach to project work.
Project Managers or members of project teams need to continually look for new ways to improve their ability to manage risk by learning from both failures and successes. This seminar will show you how to recognize the factors that contribute to risk, determine the probability and consequences risks can have on projects, and develop strategies for effectively dealing with and responding to project risks. Read more