Project Management Institute

Integrating People, Organizational and Technical Skills, The Complete Project Manager - CANCELLED

Description

Topics: Leadership Development | Leading Project Teams | Communication and Presentation Skills | Project Management

Are you seeking the missing ingredients to move from good to great? Are you looking for the next generation of skills, mindsets, and processes to transform your performance as a project manager or sponsor? This seminar demonstrates how to integrate key people, team, business, technical, and organizational skills. Develop the leadership, learning, means, and motivation to advance both personally and professionally.

Case studies and practice sessions help participants learn from each other and about successful practices.

Through sharing insights, experiences, attitude, examples, stories, and passion that have motivated action, participants will learn how to apply these practices up, across, and down the organization, especially in politically charged situations. Participants better contribute to their organizations by developing skills to:

  • Update thinking about necessary skills to enhance on-the-job performance.
  • Apply proven practices drawn from multiple disciplines that are important for success in project, program, and portfolio management.
  • Achieve better results through improved leadership and influence skills.
  • Develop, support, and enhance project and program management professional careers.
  • Become more complete by closing the talent gap.

Participants receive a copy of the book, The Complete Project Manager, Second Edition book by Englund and Bucero.


What You Will Learn

  • Change thinking about twelve necessary people skills to become more complete as project managers, lead change, resolve conflicts, and enhance on-the-job performance
  • Apply different approaches to leading and managing projects, through assessment of skills and environments, sharing examples and case studies, and identifying proven practices
  • Realize what needs to be done to negotiate, sell, and achieve more optimized project outcomes; learn how to do it, especially in complex and political environments; integrate and practice implementation strategies; and have more fun, both in the learning environment and in the workplace
  • Access tips and techniques from enthusiastic, experienced practitioners, seasoned colleagues, and facilitators
  • Better develop project and program management professional careers through enhanced abilities to influence all 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
PMP/PgMP 8 12 8 28.00
PMI-ACP 0 12 8 20.00
PMI-SP 0 12 8 20.00
PMI-RMP 0 12 8 20.00
PfMP 0 12 8 20.00
PMI-PBA 0 12 8 20.00
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Seminar Instructor(s)

Randy

Randy Englund

Randy Englund shares his many years of experience, as a senior project manager and practitioner for 22 years at Hewlett-Packard Company, and now as executive consultant for the Englund Project Management Consultancy (www.englundpmc.com). Whether teaching university courses or PMI seminars, he delights in creating memorable experiences, using multimedia, interactive discussions, and a systems approach to organizational learning. These derive from work in a corporate Project Management Initiative at HP, whose purpose as a project office was to lead the continuous improvement of project management across the company, and from leading workshops worldwide and consulting with product developers on a variety of cross-organizational projects. As a firm believer in action learning and sharing experiences, his insights and style “bring the concepts from way up there, to right down here, equip you with the tools, and empower you to act.” Randy co-authored the best-selling business/management books Creating an Environment for Successful Projects, Creating the Project Office, The Complete Project Manager, The Complete Project Manager’s Toolkit, and Project Sponsorship. PMI awarded Randy with the Distinguished Contribution Award in 2013 and the Eric Jenett Project Management Award of Excellence in 2018.

Alfonso

Alfonso Bucero PMP, PMI Fellow

Alfonso Bucero is the founder and managing partner of BUCERO PM Consulting (www.abucero.com). He was a senior project manager at Hewlett-Packard Spain for 13 years. Alfonso was the founder, sponsor, and president of PMI Barcelona Spain Chapter, a member of the CoPAT for PMI EMEA 2005-6 congresses and the president of PMI Madrid Spain Chapter. He graduated from the “Leadership Institute Master Class" of 2007. Alfonso has a computer science engineering degree, is a PhD candidate, and has 28 years of practical experience managing and consulting on projects worldwide. As a project management believer, he defends passion, persistence, and patience to achieve project success. From managing projects across Europe, Alfonso shares many real case studies and a fun attitude with seminar participants. In addition to co-authoring Project Sponsorship and The Complete Project Manager, Alfonso authored The Influential Project Manager and Today is a Good Day: Attitudes for Achieving Project Success. PMI awarded Alfonso with the Distinguished Contribution Award in 2010 and with the PMI Fellow in 2011.

Course Information

PDUs
28
CEUs
2.8
Level
Applied
Length
4 Days
Dates
18 - 21 May 2020

Price

Member Price
US$3090.00
(US$2884.00 before 4 April)
Non-Member Price
US$3687.00
(US$3090.00 before 4 April)
Government Pricing
US$2884.00

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