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Team-based Project Management (UMTPM011)   Register Online
 
Overview

Most managers realize that to manage effectively in today's turbulent environment, they must have good project management skills. However, what is not well understood is that project management is more than just scheduling! Certainly, the tools of project management are absolutely necessary for success, but they are not sufficient in and of themselves! In fact, more projects fail because the project manager lacks people skills than because of poor use of tools. This course equips you with the essential skills you need to manage the human side of projects successfully.

Although some individuals are naturally better at dealing with people than others, all of these skills can be learned. This course provides the vital methods of leading, motivating, and communicating with members of your project team to achieve critical project outcomes – skills that can be used in any discipline.

Team-based Project Management is based on the work of Dr. James P. Lewis. Dr. Lewis is an adjunct professor at UMT who has conducted project management training for more than 20,000 supervisors and managers around the world. He is founder and president of The Lewis Institute.

Objectives

To enable participants to understand how people issues lie at the heart of successful project management and to help them develop superior people-management skills.
What You Will Learn

  • Get team members to "buy-in" to the project mission, vision, and objectives
  • Create a sense of project ownership and enthusiasm
  • Clarify roles of team members so everyone knows exactly what he or she is supposed to be doing
  • Determine how to handle decisions in your team
  • Understand how different personalities can contribute best to team performance, without clashing
  • Build a team climate that enhances innovation and promotes acceptable risk-taking
  • Manage conflicts to promote creativity
  • Determine what motivates almost any member of the team

PMBOK® Guide Process Areas

  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Controlling
  • Closing

PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas

  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Communication Management

Instruction

  • Course modules containing cutting-edge knowledge developed by renowned experts in project management
  • Course Textbook: Team-based Project Management, a book by James P. Lewis
  • Mentors Studio™ CD-ROM: Team-based Project Management, featuring Dr. James P. Lewis
  • "Think and Review" section that helps you review key points of the modules
  • Answers to the "Think and Review" section
  • A final exam which contains multiple choice and true/false questions
  • Certificate of Completion.

 
 
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