Learn the basic principles of project management and the structure that every successful project needs.
Fundamentals of Project Management teaches a step-by-step process for turning a good idea into a simple, effective project plan and keeping it on track. The seminar teaches the basics of developing a project plan including: deliverables and scope; resource requirements and schedule; stakeholder identification and analysis; responsibility matrix; timeline/project plan; risk assessment; and communication plan. Participants will also learn strategies for implementing and managing both the plan and stakeholder expectations.
This seminar is appropriate for anyone new to project management or those who require formal project management training.
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Continuing Education Contact Hours: 14
Chip Clark has spent most of her career providing organization development consulting services to a wide variety of companies, small businesses, government agencies, arts organizations, academic institutions, and miscellaneous other groups of people who work together.
Her success at solving organization problems has taken her across the United States and Canada, and occasionally beyond North America. She has successfully introduced strategic planning to a number of organizations attempting it for the first time. Much of her work involves helping people improve their ability to anticipate and respond to change. Chip once spent five years teaching project management to electrical engineers in California's fabled Silicon Valley, where she spent a lot of time at Apple Computer but did not meet Steve Jobs. Her seminars provide practical tools and information, are highly interactive, rely on humour, and aim to improve the quality of participants' work life.
Her academic background includes degrees in Biology and Counseling Psychology, and graduate studies in Cultural Anthropology. She is a lifelong student of organization behaviour.
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