This seminar is designed as a graduate-level course for experienced project managers. It is designed to reinforce many of the project management "Best Practices" taught in other project management classes. It focuses specifically on how to recognize that a project is in "trouble", and concentrates on the actions that project managers need to take to assess, and ultimately plan to recover or terminate a project that has experienced significant difficulties. Tools and templates will be presented and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies.
To ensure your success, we recommend you have significant working knowledge or experience in working in a project environment.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Students enrolling in this course should be PMPs or have significant project management experience.
- Project Success and Failure
- Project Reviews - Diagnosing Project Problems
- Project Rescue - Recovering from problems
- Terminating a Troubled Project - Planning and Executing a Project Termination
- Class Closure