Who should attend
While there are no prerequisites, participants should have at least five years of experience managing projects.
- Project managers
- Business analysts
- Technical professionals
About the course
Projects fail due to a variety of reasons, such as changing market conditions, reduced budgets and staff levels, high turnover, un-insightful metrics, and inability to manage stakeholders and scope. The course will help you recognize the signs of impending project failure, and take effective actions to resolve problems, re-plan, and re-negotiate stakeholder expectations.
You will learn to:
- Detect problems early using leading indicator metrics of project performance
- Distinguish between situations requiring problem-solving, rescue, and recovery
- Inform and enlist stakeholder to help
- Elevate problems to senior management, when appropriate
Nathaniel Crews, MBA, PMP, has over 35 year of experience as an application developer, systems integrator, project manager, program manager, PMO director, scrum master and agile coach. He has managed over 30 projects, ranging from small projects to enterprise programs in aerospace, automotive, fi...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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