Mastering The Modern Project (MMP)

Venue: CC Pace Headquarters, Fairfax, VA

Location: Fairfax, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 15, 2006 End Date/Time: Feb 17, 2006
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Are you frustrated by the lack of dedicated resources for your projects? Are you tired of scope creep and lack of stakeholder involvement? Studies show that you're not alone. Learn how to avoid the most common causes of project failure and enjoy success on your project.

During this three-day workshop you’ll practice and master critical leadership techniques and project management tools. As a participant, you will emerge prepared to motivate stakeholders and energize your project team, anticipate scope creep, and lockdown dedicated resources in order to manage contemporary projects.

This three-day workshop presents a unique view of agile techniques that are applicable to all types of projects. Your Learning Leader will introduce the agile approach to project management, in contrast with traditional approaches heavily based on the engineering and construction model.

Attendees will receive the Thomsett tools and techniques, which they can immediately apply within their organization.

Participants will:

Explore the primary causes of project failure
Learn to create metrics for success
Practice scope definition with stakeholders
Learn to facilitate a quality agreement and assess risk
Test drive estimation techniques
Learn to select an appropriate methodology
Discover the secret signals and recognize other Thomsett managers
These are the techniques and tools you can’t learn in traditional project management classes! They are only captured in Rob Thomsett’s approach to project management.

Become a powerful leader and increase your project success rate while pleasing your stakeholders, team members, and customers! Call or visit us online for more information or to enroll. Space is limited.


4100 Monument Corner Dr. Suite 400
United States

Additional Information

Price: CC Pace location: $1950, per person Client site: $14,000, for up to 15 people