Event Date/Time: Nov 13, 2006 End Date/Time: Nov 17, 2006
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Dear Project Managers:

Cost and schedule overruns plague projects on a daily basis! Poor project planning, faulty definition of project scope and lack of transparency on project performance opens organizations to significant project risks. To address these challenges, skilled project managers are needed to help bring project costs and timing within an acceptable level.

Management Initiatives Emphasize Project Management
Many complex project management improvement initiatives have been launched over the last few years that rely heavily on project management skills and compliance with state-of-practice project management standards. The skills learned at this interactive Forum will help you better understand how to implement change and accelerate your own career.

Project Management for Results
Within the process of business-as-usual, in which organizations go forward with their established routines to produce their standard quality products and/or services, there often arises a unique, stand-alone effort to recover a failing project or solve a major problem along the project time-line. Both new and experienced project managers will benefit from these time-tested and proven best practices, which can serve as a strong foundation for new knowledge, as well as build additional project management skills and experience.

Integrated Project Management
This program will utilize methodologies rooted in the PMBOKĀ® for the planning and scoping of organizational projects, using the Work Breakdown Structure as a link to project risk, organizational deliverables and life-cycle prioritizing. Establishing cost, schedule and performance baselines provides a reliable foundation for future decision making in the execution phase. Develop an integrated project plan to identify, organize and manage all areas of the work breakdown structure in a single plan.

For More Information or to Register Contact:
Melvin Hall


1515 N. Courthouse Road, Suite 600
United States

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Who Should Attend? Project Managers Project Support Staff Acquisition and Procurement Staff Risk Analysts Business Analysts IT Architects Performance Management Staff