Available dates

Feb 24—28, 2020
5 days
London, United Kingdom
Apr 13—17, 2020
5 days
London, United Kingdom
Aug 17—21, 2020
5 days
California, United States
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About the course

The major difference between a project manager and a ‘Master’ project manager lies in the ability to understand that successful Project Management is about the effective utilization of both Hard Skills and Soft Skills.

This Oxford course provides a range of tools and techniques that project managers can use to reduce risks and overcome interpersonal hurdles. The training seminar presents a number of ‘critical’ habits related to how you manage projects through, and with, people.

Seminar Objective

  • What Makes a Person a ‘Master’ of Project Management
  • The Importance of Planning and How to Manage the Planning Process
  • The Importance of People Management Skills in Delivering of Projects
  • How to Set Up and Operate Principles required to Monitor and Control Projects

Seminar Outline

  • Benefits of Project Management
  • Why some Projects Fail?
  • Developing a Clear Project Scope and Objectives
  • Leadership in Projects? - What does it mean to You?
  • Risk Management - Ensuring your Practice Prevention
  • Tracking you are still Delivering the Project- Data Information
  • Further Developing your People (Soft) Skills
  • Meeting Skills
  • Formally Closing the Project

Who should attend

Anyone managing or involved in projects regardless of their professional background or industry.

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