Techniques and Processes for Practicing “Business-Savvy” Project Management (7 PDU's)
In some organizations, the project management discipline is under ever-increasing pressure to demonstrate its value and contribution to the “bottom line”. And in most organizations, project practitioners ask how they can contribute greater value to their organizations from a more personal perspective.
By far, the most effect response to either case is to learn and understand how to apply a variety of methods and tools for “connecting the dots” between projects, project management practices, widely accepted business practices, and their own organizations practices. Project practitioners must develop their project business-savvy competency in addition to their technical knowledge and leadership capabilities.
Who should attend?
Project Managers, Program Managers, PMO Directors, Portfolio Managers, Project Directors, Strategic Managers, Business Unit Managers, IS/IT Managers, Functional Department Managers, Project Coordinators, Project Team Leaders, Key Project Team Members
How will You benefit?
Develop and enhance the contributions you make to your organization by being able to:
Course Learning Objectives:
Participants will be given the opportunity to receive these useful takeaways:
Date: March 23rd 2018
Location: Nova Southeastern University | Jacksonville Campus - Room 223
6675 Corporate Center Parkway, Suite 115, Jacksonville, FL 32216
8:00 am - 8:30 am Registration
8:30 am - 12:00 pm Business Session
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm Business Session