ExecED | Executive Development Certificates

Managing Project Execution

PMI Registered Education Provider

Objective

We help you direct the execution phase to a successful conclusion. This course helps you to build the proper cultural environment, letting you monitor progress and intervene only when--and where--it's necessary. You learn how to control scope through a change control process scaled appropriately to the level of definition. Various conflict resolution modalities are brought into play when problems cannot be avoided through early detection and recovery planning.

Topics

Creating a Safe and Productive Culture

  • Health/safety/security
  • Quality management
  • Productivity issues
  • Tools for building culture

Monitoring and Controlling Execution

  • Monitoring progress
  • Earned value
  • Intervention
  • Recovery planning

Change Management

  • Change control process
  • Scope creep/shift/change
  • Recycling
  • How to say “no”

Conflict Resolution

  • Recognizing the signs
  • Negotiation
  • Litigation
  • Mediation

Title: Managing Project Execution Enroll Button
WHEN: Fall 2014 TBA
WHERE: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Austin, Texas (map & directions)
DURATION: 2 day program: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
FACULTY: Jim O'Connor, Ph.D.Mike Pappas, Ph.D.
COST: $2,560 - Individual Course
$14,400 - Project Management Certificate
The program fee includes materials, lunches and breaks.
Registration is not complete until payment is received.
PREREQUISITES: None

Registration Deadlines

Early registration is encouraged. Class size is limited and may fill to capacity. We request registrations with payment at least three weeks in advance of the program start date.

Enroll online or if you prefer, you may also enroll via email, fax or telephone.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs), CPEs, and Professional Development Units (PDUs)

Participants earn 1.4 CEUs and/or 14 CPEs or PDUs for this course. A certificate of completion will be presented from Texas Executive Education.


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