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Shaping your Project Management Performance
When company officers understand the project management process, effective communication and decision-making accelerates within the organization.
In this briefing, executives and senior managers are introduced to the Cadence Project Management methodology, and how improved project processes are linked to organizational strategic goals and performance. The briefing illustrates pragmatic techniques for getting more done with less across the organization, and how project management can be applied for more effective utilization of resources.
This Executive Briefing will give leaders a framework for prioritization and authorization of projects, and how to use projects to accomplish strategic goals and objectives. Attendees will evaluate and understand effective project organization structures, roles, and responsibilities of those involved in projects, and how to implement project management efficiently and effectively.
Briefing Learning Outcomes
- Understand your Project Environment
Knowledge of scalable and repeatable performance-oriented processes
- Practical Management
Understanding of how to implement a consistency to change behavior and productivity across business units
- Drive Strategy through Projects
Ability to align projects with organizational goals
- Accelerate your Projects
Learn to drive faster project results through planning, and implement with control and confidence
- Refine Roles and Responsibilities
Understanding of executive and team roles and responsibilities in the project process
- Manage Project People Effectively
Capability to ask the right questions of project participants
- Drive Consistent Project Results
Insight into how to assess the health of the company’s project process
- A Project Methodology you can trust
Understanding of how to implement, develop, and support a project organization inside the company
Cadence Project Management is aligned with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) developed by the Project Management Institute.