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Strategic, Lean & Best Practice Project Management

Learn how to manage project success with proven best-practice techniques
  • In a fast paced and competitive world of business, 90% of projects over a $1M budget, exceed both the budget and timeline. 

     

    Project managers today encounter frequent changes and uncertainties.  Programmes that comprise of a portfolio of projects, often also become increasingly complex, to the extent that major projects often fail to deliver strategic outcomes.    Despite the careful planning and risk management, a project manager’s main challenge will be to find solutions to cope with uncertainties.

    Major projects from various industry sectors such as the infrastructure, healthcare, telecommunications, oil & gas, science and technology are crucial to the success of the businesses and the economy. Although scale and complexity increase with major projects, a lack of foresight in anticipating challenges often contribute to project failure.


    This course introduces you to proven, practical tools and techniques for managing projects, and provides insightful solutions to compelling problems faced by companies with a portfolio of projects and complex systems. The course delivers strategies for:

    • How to manage uncertainties of all projects, including long-term, large-scale, and multi-million dollar projects.
    • How to respond to opportunities and challenges to modify plans and processes so as to deliver projects on time, and on budget.


    This course will allow each participant to explore and share ideas and insights from practical cases and examples in a lively, interactive discussion focused on finding solutions to the most complex project and/or programme management challenges in the ever more complex world of people, processes and systems.

     

    Why Attend?

     

    The course will provide a framework for each topic covered, along with extensive use of exercises and case studies, which feature:
    • Detailed practical examples
    • Insightful real world examples
    • Interactive participation


  • Day 1

    Driving Strategy Execution


    Strategy Execution is the biggest challenge for project managers in organisations, and it is commonly acknowledged to be the ultimate differentiator in the competitive business environment today. To deliver the strategic outcomes of an organisation, executives must be focused on the relevant strategic objectives and their priorities. Then, to execute on strategic objectives, executives translate strategy into strategic priorities, which are assigned to a programme or project.

    As a senior manager responsible for a programme or project, your challenge is to make sure that you not only deliver the outcomes, but also manage your stakeholder expectations.


    Overview


    Day 1 introduces proven approaches and practical solutions for aligning an organisation’s programme or project deliverables with its strategic objectives. Participants will:

    • Understand leadership challenges in times of organisational change and uncertainty.
    • Gain insights into why traditional methods and practices may not be effective in a dynamic, and complex business environment.
    • Gain an in-depth understanding of what it takes to execute strategic objectives to deliver projects successfully


    Topics Include:

    • Leading strategic execution planning and decision-making and
    • Assessing organisational risks inherent in project execution
    • Building collaborative partnerships and alliances
    • Aligning strategic objectives with project initiatives
    • Prioritising a set of projects in a dynamic business setting
    • Deploying resources efficiently for on-time and on-budget projects
    • Managing projects with virtual, co-located teams
    • Planning and executing projects using new tools and techniques
    • Using time and money wisely to manage “crisis situations”
    • Acting on what you know and think through what you don’t know
    • Adapting best-practices of successful projects in the same sector
    • Building high performance project teams and matrix organisations
    • Engaging project personnel using innovative tools for collaboration.

    Day 2


    The Practical Project Management


    Practical project management is concerned with all phases of strategic planning, project selection and project