Training Projects

Title: Project Management

Event: Cadmus, Washington D.C. Office, Professional Development Training

Date: May 1st & 2nd, 2017, 8:00 A.M - 4:00 P.M.

Speaker: Christopher Dennis

Summary

Want to take your project management career to the next, higher level? Swimming in an ocean of new duties and responsibilities? Want the work and people to turn out better when you’re in charge?  Need methods to get the work done more effectively?

This seminar helps business professionals serving the public sector to assess a project while learning valuable project management skills.

Using the participant’s existing work as a primary focus, we will learn and apply a simple process for scoping and leading a project. Next we’ll address the fundamentals of project planning. With the fundamentals of a plan in hand, we will turn our attention to progress tracking and the daily management of stakeholders, budgets, and outcomes. Projects always end and we’ll practice methods of concluding an effort that builds bridges to the next project.

As project managers we will learn a proactive approach, trying to prevent trouble rather than reacting to it. 

This event will highlight Cadmus-specific tools and practices, including project kickoff, risk analysis, client interactions, and financial practices.