Who Needs What In Project Management?

You would be surprised who needs Project Management! Especially when you have the flexibility to target new learning to each audiences’ needs. Our unique Modular Project Management program targets professional Project Managers, your Project Management Office, internal Customers, and Resource Managers at different levels. Other Stakeholders will also benefit from many modules, especially if you participate as an intact team. Select the roles your Project Stakeholders fill below.

Key to Chart Colors:
items are Essential for this role.
Yellow items are great if you attend with your team.
Green items are useful if needed for your projects, and you are not experienced in the topic. Unshaded (white) items are optional.

ROLES You Fill /
Resource Manager
Project Office
Project Manager
Cust- omer

Core Modules

1. Initial Planning
2. Phase Structuring
3. Activity Estimating
4. Phase Scheduling
5. Project Control and Closure

Advanced Enterprise Project Management Modules

 6. Personal Styles: Communication and Teamwork
 7. Leadership and Teambuilding
 8. Enterprise Portfolio Prioritization
 9. Managing Project Risk: Do You KnowRisk®?
10. Cost-Benefit Analysis
13. Earned Value Management
15. EXPO: Establish an EXpert PMO
16. Increasing PM Competences 
18. Performing Proactive Audits with PASS

Advanced Information Technology Modules

A. Early IT Estimating: Portfolio to Design
B. IT Portfolio Prioritization
C. IT Project Strategies (Tiered, Iterative, Agile)
D. IT Risk Management: Do You KnowRisk®?
E. Improving Requirements Definition

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