WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Manufacturing, engineering, and installation personnel with project leadership responsibilities, whether in a new role or just in need of a refresher.
- Introduction to Project Management
- Individual Roles and Responsibilities
- Defining the Mission & Approach
- Methodology Overview
- Work Plan Review and Sign-off
- Project Tracking (Working the Schedule)
- Action and Contingency Plans
- Project Status Reporting
- Book shelving Project Management Data
Today, everything is a project with more and more people finding themselves in a project management role of some type. You don’t have to have the title of Project Manager to manage projects.
A Project is a temporary collection of related tasks to achieve a desired and usually unique result.
What do you think? Do you find yourself managing a collection of related tasks to achieve a desired result? If so, you qualify as a project manager. Businesses today are evolving, downsizing, and pushing more work down the organization chart. You may be a project manager and not know it. But what if you haven’t been trained as a Project Manager with the necessary skill and tool sets?
Meet your Instructor: Lloyd Johnson is a graduate of Syracuse University where he earned a B.S.E.E. and an MBA. Lloyd has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing, quality and program management. Lloyd is a Professional Business Advisor (PBA), a certified Project Management Professional-certified by the Project Management Institute, and is certified to teach Training Within Industry (TWI) and Lean Enterprise Subjects.
To have this class delivered at your facility,
call Jim Cunningham at 607-725-1225
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