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How To Manage Projects Using The World-Wide Standard
Project Management Institute (PMI) Best Practices
In The Most Deeply Practical Way

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.” - Albert Einstein

Most PM courses are highly theoretical.  This course provides a deeply practical description of how to use the standard Project Management Institute (PMI®) process to manage your projects through every stage of their life-cycle.  The best practices are mapped across the project time-line, and the specific actions you need to take and documentation you need to prepare are explained in an easy to follow thread.  The critically important role and key skills of the Project Manager are described.  The use of free software tools to support the project management process is explained.  Templates are provided for all the key PM documents.  The course is end-to-end, comprehensive, immediately useful, and easy to understand.

Project management is the key skill for getting things done, no matter where you are in an organization, or what you are doing.  It helps you figure out the scope, schedule, budget, and risks before you start.  It helps you meet expectations, minimize surprises, and maximize success.  And it helps your organization continuously improve, and build team morale.

If you have a project you need to manage right now, or just wish your team to have a solid grounding in practical application of the standard project management best practices, this course can really help.  All students of the onsite courses receive a copy of the Deeply Practical Project Management book, Microsoft Office templates for all the key PM documents, and a certificate documenting they have earned 7 Professional Development Units (PDU's) per day.  Please contact me if you would like more information.

Deeply Practical Project Management
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