Mamy przyjemność zaprosić członków PMI Poland Chapter do wzięcia udziału w warsztacie który poprowadzi Cristiano Soto Vasquez z Boliwii w Warszawie dnia 23.02.2017. Wejście na warsztat jest bezpłatne dla członków PMI Poland Chapter – jednakże w razie rejestracji i nieobecności – naliczona zostanie opłata wysokości 200zł.
Cena regularna dla pozostałych: 500,00 zł netto
Warsztat prowadzony będzie w języku angielskim.
Title: Workshop: Critical Project Management in Practice
- Recognize the critical points of your projects
- Knowing support tools to manage critical moments of the project
- Basic knowledge of how to use Inquiry and Questioning tools to improve the results of your projects
- Understand in a practical way the concepts of inquiry-based management
All projects have a probability of failing to meet their objectives, depending on how good planning has been, this percentage may be higher or lower. Unfortunately, the percentage will always be there and we must take corrective measures or put out fires after they appear, right? -Not really. Instead of putting out fires we can use support tools for Project Management for inquiry-based management. So we will get enough understanding to face these critical points in the best way without the need to put out fires.
The critical points depending on the magnitude of the project are not always easy to identify or even having identified them are often forgotten or left in the background either by omission or by erroneous prioritization.
Properly managing these critical points requires different support tools than those used for planning and should consider a critical template and question base in order to improve the chances of success in the project. It is not enough just to know and apply the traditional project management tools, if we neglect the critical points of the project we might realize late that our project is plunging towards the point of no return.
A series of tools based on Inquiry, Questioning and Critical Thinking could be the difference between having a project that is bad vs. The possibility of having a project with more stable indicators or even improving towards ranges more acceptable for the objectives of the company.
The session is based on the practice to obtain a better understanding of these critical moments of the project and to be able to implement tools of management based on inquiry.
Cristian Soto, MPM, PMP, LIMC Red-Blue
Director and Project Management Consultant