Project Management Institute

Project Troubleshooting and Recovery Simulation Lab with Lawrence Suda

Description

Topics: Leadership Development | Decision Making Techniques | Leading Project Teams

This is an immersive, engaging "Hands On" team-based computer simulation driven workshop on implementing a recovery plan for troubled projects. In this workshop you are the recovery team and will take over a troubled project and discuss successful techniques for assessing the status of a project, determining whether recovery is possible and be in charge of turning the project around. You will practice how to implement a recovery plan and how to conduct the recovery. As you take-charge of the recovery of this troubled project, you will need to treat the recovery plan like a project in itself.

As with any project, a realistic plan before project recovery re-launch can help to ensure a successful outcome. Therefore, as part of the recovery team, you will need to revise the plan to ensure a successful final deliverable — project success. The main objective of the recovery plan is to establish a road map that will assist the team in putting the project back on track. During the planning and executing stages of this computer simulated project, your recovery team will also need to build the confidence and morale with the original simulation customer and project team as well as other stakeholders. You will be challenged, and you will need to use all the project management skills, knowledge and tools you have learned throughout your distinguished career in project management.

What You Will Learn

Learning Objectives:

  • Indicators and methods that determine if the project is in trouble
  • Knowing the root causes of troubled projects and preventive actions to keep your projects on track
  • Know and execute the key steps toward recovering a troubled project
  • The importance of attitude  in taking ownership of all the problems
  • Knowing WHAT and HOW and WHEN to communicate with key stakeholders

PDU Allocation Table

The table below displays the number of professional development units (PDUs) awarded for each PMI® credential, as they align to the PMI Talent Triangle®. Leadership and Strategic PDUs apply evenly across all credentials and Technical PDUs apply only to specific credentials. PDUs will be added in full to all eligible credentials.
Technical Leadership Strategic Total
CAPM / PMP / PgMP 0 7 7 14.00
PMI-ACP 0 7 7 14.00
PMI-SP 0 7 7 14.00
PMI-RMP 0 7 7 14.00
PfMP 0 7 7 14.00
PMI-PBA 0 7 7 14.00
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Seminar Instructor(s)

Lawrence

Lawrence Suda

Lawrence Suda is the CEO of Management Worlds/Palatine Group and is a popular and senior trainer, speaker and sought-after consultant. As a simulation designer and trainer his focus is on teamwork, business culture that drives results, a forward moving vision building leadership capability in support of business strategy and achieving key business outcomes. Larry is known for his company’s project and program management simulations and is one of the early developers of simulation learning products. After 30 years in the business, he is still driven by the same passion for learning — it’s the fuel that inspires the smartest simulations in the business. He has designed and facilitated thousands of leadership and project and program management workshops for Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies, and PMI SeminarsWorld workshops around the globe. He has written and lectured widely in international forums, both at the academic and practice levels.

Course Information

PDUs
14
CEUs
1.4
Level
Applied
Length
2 Days
Dates
19 - 20 April 2021

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