This power session offers new ways of managing and dealing with projects,
which focuses more on communications, understanding stakeholders' needs, and
managing their expectations, as well as learning about organizational politics
and culture, and performing value-add activities.
Aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMI®) A Guide to the
Project Management Body of Knowledge-Fifth Edition (PMBOK® Guide),
this course provides a practical approach to managing those things that matter
most for project success-communication, stakeholder expectations, risk, change
and quality-so that the scope, schedule and cost end up on target as well as the
project's intended benefits for the organization.
You will discover the approaches and techniques that will deliver project
success through topics that deal with:
- The importance of proper stakeholder analysis and robust communication
planning in building the foundation for a successful project
- Utilizing best
practices, concepts, and methodologies and leveraging them in the context of
organizational challenges and project realities
- Illustrating the link between
effective management of back office aspects (such as quality, risk,
communication, and change) and delivering value and project success
importance of assessing and prioritizing project readiness and complexity in the
context of the organizational bigger picture to ensure alignment with
The delivery format will combine lecture with practical real-life examples.
You will receive a copy of the book Managing Stakeholder Expectations for
Project Success (Ori Schibi, 2013) on which this course is based.