PMO Advisory, is presenting a 1 Day workshop titled, “Project Management Essentials” to help professionals excel in completing projects on time, on budget, and on target! The date is Friday, March 16, 2018, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the PMO Advisory Training Center in Cedar Grove, New Jersey.
Cedar Grove, NJ (PRWEB) January 22, 2018
Project Management knowledge has become a critical business skill because it can help control costs, reduce risk, and improve outcomes. Project Management is important because it can help to ensure the right thing is delivered, on time and within budget, that’s going to deliver real value. Great project management matters because it delivers business success. However what makes Project Management work for many is a mystery. In response to this PMO Advisory, New Jersey’s leading Project Management and PMO training firm, is presenting a 1 day workshop titled “Project Management Essentials”, on March 16, 2018, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Cedar Grove, New Jersey. Visit PMO Advisory to received a $50 early bird discount coupon bringing the final fee for this workshop to $149/person. Parking and lunch is included in the fee for this workshop. Click here to learn more.
Delivered in one day this workshop will demystify Project Management distilling it to what’s known as the four P's of Project Management (used to describe the culture that exists within project teams): 1) P for Plan: this refers to all activities that involve planning and forecasting. 2) P for Processes: as well documented in the PMBOK (Project Management Book of Knowledge), projects consist largely of a series of predetermined and well-structured processes; 3) P for People: People are an essential component of the project's dynamics and a number of studies show that people are at the heart of some projects' endemic problems; and 4), P for Power which describes all lines of authority, decision-makers, policies for implementation and so forth.
Target Audience: The general framework of project management is common but nuances differ as per the industry. The principles of project management are the same and this workshop will enhance job performance across all industries including, Engineering and Construction, Healthcare, Financial Services, Law, Technology, Government, Education, and Pharmaceuticals:
-Business management and executives
-Practicing and aspiring project professionals
-Upcoming and coming project professionals
-Talent managers, training managers, and human resource managers
-Anyone who works within a Project Management environment or PMO.
This workshop will help professionals excel within a Project Management environment or PMO and complete projects on time, on budget, & on target! The date for Project Management Essentials is Friday, March 16, 2018. 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the PMO Advisory Training Center in Cedar Grove, NJ (20 miles outside of NYC). Visit PMO Advisory to receive a $50 early bird discount coupon bringing the final fee for this workshop to $149/person. Parking and lunch is included in the fee for this workshop. PMO Advisory is a PMI Global Registered Education Provider (PMI R.E.P. #4172). As such, for participants with a PMI certification (e.g., PMP, PgMP, PfMP, etc.), course recipients will receive 8 PDUS. For aspiring project professionals who are considering CAPM or PMP, you will receive eight hours toward fulfilling the educational requirement for the PMP and CAPM certifications.
This workshop is developed by Prof. Dr. Te Wu, the founder and CEO of PMO Advisory, who is among the few people in the world certified in Project (PMP), Program (PgMP), Portfolio (PfMP), and Risk Management (PMI-RMP). In addition to twenty-five years of professional experience from shop floor to being the Director of a global project service organization with one of the Big 4, Dr. Wu has also been teaching in universities around the world for fifteen years. In addition, he is a core committee member on multiple PMI Global standard teams (Portfolio and Risk), a voting member on ANSI TAG 258 representing the United States on the International Standard Organization’s Technical Committee (ISO TC258), an advisory board member on the project management program at Stevens Institute of Technology, and the leader professor at Montclair State University.