June 21, 2017 - June 22, 2017
3000 Sternberg Drive
Hays, KS 67601
As a Project Manager you understand the need for tools to help coordinate, plan, execute and complete projects on-time and on-budget. This program will provide you with hands-on experience and real life applications for many of the widely recognized project management methods in business including: Work breakdown, critical path technique, and earned value management.
Project Management Essentials
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
This workshop is a two-day seminar offered in partnership with Wichita State University’s Center for Management Development.
Key Process steps are practiced through team exercises, allowing participants to understand how, when and why they should be used. You are sure to come away from this seminar better prepared to confidently manage projects from small to large using the most effective techniques available.
Participants will learn:
An overview of the knowledge areas and process groups in the PMBOK® Guide
Roles and expectations for project managers, sponsors and team members
Getting started: Project charter, stakeholder analysis
Managing scope: Work breakdown structure
Managing time: Network diagram, critical path, responsibility assignment
Managing cost: Time phased budget, earned value management
Managing quality, risk and procurement: Processes and tools
Managing communication: Reporting and meetings
Managing and developing the project team: Diversity, motivation, conflict and influencing
Create and execute a project plan
Closing a project
Ms. DeAnn Sullivan, PMP, a certified trainer from the Project Management Institute, Inc. Ms. Sullivan has 33 years management experience with AT&T, is a certified Project Management Professional and holds a Master's Certificate in Project Management. She travels across the Unites State providing business and project management consulting.