Project management

In our seminars you learn how to efficiently carry out projects by using professional methods and instruments of project management

Project management

In many branches, nowadays, the best customer orientation possible and the ability to offer flexible solutions for complex problems in a short period of time are crucial for the success of a business. Those requirements can often be fulfilled with an efficient project management. Many changing processes, further developments and business operations in companies, for exampleorder processing, development projects, restructuring, product launch and much more, are being conducted as projects.

A high percentage of projects being conducted means that common structures in the organizational and operational structures of a company have to be questioned, changed, cancelled and partly replaced.

A successful business has thus to handle those new problems well and to consistently apply the methods and tools of the project management with the aid of competent and motivated employees.

The participants at our seminars acquire the basics of the modern project management in terms of in-house training. They learn how to efficiently carry out projects by using professional methods and approved instruments. Project management is an effective instrument to better coordinate deadlines, to lower costs, to enormously increase the quality of work, to reduce risks to a minimum and to create the cooperation with the realisation in an efficient way.

In the course of our seminars, the following key points are dealt with.

These key aspects are arranged in advance with the
respective desires and specific situations of the companies.

  • Project definition and project management culture
  • Project aim and positioning in the company
  • Project management approach
  • Project management process
  • Project boundaries and project context
  • Project field analysis
  • Project organisation and communication
  • Stages of project management, work packages, cornerstones
  • Project mission, project planning, project controlling, project closing
  • Instruments of professional project management
  • Plans of deadlines, costs and capacities
  • Project guarantor’s and participant‘s tasks

By using practical exercises and case studies, instruments and methods, which can be implemented in small or large-scale projects, are explained.

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