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Home > Training > Project Management > Managing a Project with Your Team Training

Managing a Project with Your Team Training

Course#: TP2561

This workshop uses a case study throughout both days that provides the opportunity for participants to employ the skills and methods they are learning. The combination of participant activity and instructor presentation is designed to provide a rich learning experience that will enable participants to leave the workshop with skills they can immediately make use of on their own projects.

Objectives

This two-day workshop is designed to introduce participants to proven techniques for helping project stakeholders (including project teams):

  • Work together to identify and fulfill project goals
  • Identify and manage stakeholder expectations
  • Develop strategies for resolving stakeholder issues and concern

What you will Learn

This two-day workshop is designed to help participants:

  • Identify project stakeholders and their expectations
  • Practice techniques to help stakeholders identify and agree upon project goals
  • Manage stakeholder expectations with effective communications techniques.

Audience

This workshop will be of value to:

  • Project managers
  • Project team members
  • Project stakeholders
  • PMO managers
  • Other organizational managers

Credits

14 PDUs

Duration

2 days

Outline of TP2561 Managing a Project with Your Team Training

1. Introduction to the Workshop

  • Identification of workshop goals and schedule
  • requirements for participation
  • student introductions and expectations

2. Who Are the Stakeholders?

  • The role and importance of stakeholders (including project team members) to every project
  • stakeholder identification and analysis
  • creating a Stakeholder Register
  • using the Stakeholder Register in project planning

3. Identifying Stakeholder Expectations

  • Identifying and agreeing upon project goals
  • establishing business requirements
  • writing a Business Case

4. Clarifying Stakeholder Expectations

  • Techniques for determining specific stakeholder needs
  • creating a Stakeholder Requirements Work Plan
  • writing clear stakeholder requirements

5. Managing Stakeholder Expectations

  • The sender-receiver communications model
  • environmental barriers to communication
  • creating a workable Communications Plan
  • group cultural and individual barriers to communication
  • defining and practicing emotional intelligence
  • addressing stakeholder issues through negotiation

6. Workshop wrap-up

  • Concluding comments and questions
  • workshop evaluation

Each day of this workshop will engage the participants in a day-long effort that, mixed with presentation of material, will require them to apply the concepts and tools they have learned to a real-life project problem.

We regularly offer classes in these and other cities. Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Montreal, New York City, Orlando, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington DC.
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