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Project Management for Managers

When you’re in charge of managing a project there is a lot to do. Whether it’s planning and tracking tasks and assignments, involving others in the right way, communicating to stakeholders or negotiating and decision-making. All of these skills must be used when you are responsible for the success of a project. Whether this is your first or twentieth project, the Project Management for Managers courseware is for you. This courseware will strengthen existing skills and build new ones to help you successfully manage any project from start to finish.

This course bundle includes the following bite-sized, mobile-ready courses:

Team Involvement in Planning

Identify how you will involve the team in planning the project.

Brand and Promote Your Project

Create a compelling and concise branding statement for your project.

Project Plan Updates

Identify the individuals who must be informed and updated on the project plan.

Planning Tools and Resources

Determine the tools and resources you will use to effectively plan your project.

Articulate the Attributes of Your Ideas

Learn how to confidently articulate the positive attributes and benefits of your ideas.

Essential Project Plan Updates

Ensure your project plan has the key components required for success.

Status Reporting Expectations

Set team expectations for reporting and sharing project and task status.

Sharing Essential Project Information

Determine how quick and informative project information will be delivered from the team.

Sharing Problems Right Away

Discuss with the team why problems and difficult information must be shared right away.

Monitor Project Status

Actively monitor the current status of your project.

Objectively Evaluate Proposals

Use objective criteria to evaluate proposed agreements.

Advocate for Interests

Strengthen your ability to advocate for interests rather than positions.

Be Open to Different Solutions

Stay open to various and creative solutions.

Focus on the Issues vs. Individuals

Avoid getting personal by keeping the focus on issues, not individuals.

Negotiating with Difficult People

Implement negotiation strategies to cope with difficult or unethical individuals.

The Likelihood of Project Risk*

Consider both the impact and likelihood project risks will materialize.

Responding to Project Risk*

Know how to respond to project risks appropriately.

Minimize the Consequences*

Minimize the consequences of adverse situations on the project.

*This course is approved for 1 hour of PMI PDU credit.

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