Project Performance: Advanced Quality, Schedule and Cost Management (T241)

Venue: The Performance Insitute

Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 02, 2006 End Date/Time: Oct 06, 2006
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Description

Dear Government Project Manager,

Whether you are a new project manager, or an experienced leader, project management will continue to reveal itself as part art, part science, and part major headache! With today’s organizations requiring project managers who can complete projects on time and within budget, training is critical to your future.

Leading Project Excellence
The challenge in developing a PMO starts with a vision of project excellence. Attaining this vision requires the development of methodologies, processes, tools and templates that create consistency--without burying your customers in bureaucracy. This course will explore how to strategically align your projects with organizational goals and enhance resources.

Advanced Requirements Management: Customer, Quality, Schedule and Cost
In many organizations, requirements management is a difficult challenge. Large and multiple projects mean fewer resources, and many organizations focus their efforts on design, development and testing not on managing requirements. Many good reasons exist for implementing a formal requirements management process. Attend this course and learn the benefit of finding defects earlier in the development process, keeping product definitions up to date, and communicating change to the development team, among others.

I invite you to join us for our week long series on Advanced Quality, Schedule and Cost Management for the most comprehensive coverage of advanced project management methodologies.

For More Inoformation or to Register Contact: Melvin Hall
Hall@PerformanceWeb.org
703-894-0481

Venue

1515 N. Courthouse Road, Suite 600
Arlington
Virginia
United States
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Who Should Attend? Program Managers Experienced Project Managers Senior Management CIOs PMo directors PMPs Project stakeholders