Project Management for the 21st Century
with Vishnu Reddi
March 27, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Room 202, College of Business Howard L. Hawks Hall, Lincoln, Nebraska
It is commonly found that projects are deemed unsuccessful due to unforeseen events that manifest themselves during the course of the project. This course is designed specifically for managers and professionals who seek to have a better understanding of how to build successful projects and in some cases prevent existing ones from failing.
The audience will be taken through some examples and hands-on activities to understand the tools of successful project management and how he/she may apply these tools to his/her specific project.
Facilitated and instructed by Vish Reddi, PMP, this program is designed for project managers to improve their management skill set. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or skilled practitioner of project management, this course will help you take your skills to the next level. This day long program will allow to master a systematic approach to project management and move your organization from uncertainty with projects you may be considering to a bright new future.
- Define how managers and professionals think about project management
- Learn how to identify critical stakeholders for project success
- Create a communication plan for your stakeholders
- Learn what to look for in a risk matrix
- Create a risk matrix for your particular project
- Learn to establish your RLH (“Run like Hell”) number
- Identify good metrics for projects
- Evaluate the complex mechanics of good/bad projects
Program cost is $345 per person and includes lunch and parking validation at the 14th and Avery Parking Garage.