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Date: October 29, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (lunch provided)
Location: Fostoria Learning Center, 342 Perry Street, Fostoria
Leading a project to successful completion requires a unique set of management skills.
From team building and interpersonal communications to planning, analysis, and resource budgeting and tracking, a project manager has to be skilled in a wide variety of leadership arenas. In this results-focused full-day workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn all of the technical skills used to be a successful project manager.
Instructor: Joyce Slusher, IT Project Management Consultant
The 5 phases of a project
Project definition, statement and objective
Why projects fail
Resources, costs, and risk analysis
Identifying the stakeholders—and who does what
Triple constraint: balancing scope, time and cost
*Participants who attend this class should plan on bringing a current project of their own to work on.
Who Should Attend:
New Project Leaders, Supervisors who plan and lead small projects, Company staff who needs good planning and implementing skills.
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Pricing (Please LOG IN to the website as a member to receive the discounted member price):
Early Bird EA Member (register before October 15) $189
EA Member $219
List price $319
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*You may send a substitute at any time; however, no-shows or cancellations within 5 full business days of the program will be responsible for the full registration fee. The Employers' Association reserves the right to reschedule of cancel seminars if minimum requirements are not met.