Dates and Venues:

15. - 16.05.2019
Technopark Zürich, Zürich


06. - 07.11.2019
Technopark Zürich, Zürich


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Duration

2 days

Schedule

Day 1: 8.30 - 17.30 h

Day 2: 8.30 - 17.30 h

Trainers

Christian Bachmann
Patrick Schneider

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Number of participants

12 persons

Seminar rates 2019

CHF 1900.– per person (incl. lunch)

(CHF 1750.– for each additional employee of the same company attending the same seminar)

Documentation

Participants receive written or electronic course material as well as the book «Project Management Handbook», Springerverlag .

nächste Durchführung: 15. - 16.05.2019

Technopark Zürich, Zürich

Preis CHF 1900.– (inkl. Lunch)


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This seminar focuses on the methodological foundations of modern project management (classic, agile and hybrid). In order to master projects successfully, you need security in dealing with methodical tools, in interpersonal communication and also in personal work techniques.

Our recommendation:

For further training after this seminar, we recommend you to visit "Project Management – Methodology Advanced".

On the subject

Project management means reaching demanding goals in limited time and with defined costs with interdisciplinary teams. All project participants (project staff, experts, project leaders) need to understand how projects are properly initialized, planned, executed and successfully completed. In addition to the classic and agile project handling, the hybrid form is increasingly being used. You will get an overview of these process models and essential methods.

Target audience

Project leaders, subproject leaders and project staff from private and public organizations of all industries and sizes, as well as resource managers in the line organization, regardless of whether the projects are handled classically, agile or hybrid.

Your benefit

  • You know the classic, agile and hybrid project management procedures and know their respective areas of application and limits
  • You optimize the execution of innovative, risky and cross-divisional projects
  • You know how to formulate project proposals, agree project assignments,clarify the starting point, and formulate the product vision
  • You learn to communicate effectively
  • You know the tasks and responsibilities of all project participants
  • You will learn how to increase the commitment of your project team

Benefits for your company

  • Successful mastering of projects
  • Coordination and optimization of the company-wide use of resources through an effective and efficient approach in the project
  • Reduction of project risks, e.g. through early recognition of project-threatening situations and taking necessary measures

Contents

  • Basics of Project Management
  • Process models (classic, agile, hybrid) and their correct selection
  • Project order / kick-off
  • Product vision
  • Goals and requirements
  • Analyze and evaluate stakeholders
  • Project organization
  • Overview planning (classic procedure, phase plan)
  • Overview structuring options in the project
  • Estimation of expenses
  • Risk Management
  • Change Request Management
  • Project completion
  • Interpersonal communication

Methods

In order to achieve an optimal transfer of practice, the seminar topics are applied and discussed on current case studies from the practice of the participants. The case work is complemented by a balanced ratio of discussions and short presentations. Your active participation, including your practical experience, will enrich the learning process and the mutual exchange.

Project management means reaching demanding goals in limited time and with defined costs with interdisciplinary teams. All project participants (project staff, experts, project leaders) need to understand how projects are properly initialized, planned, executed and successfully completed. In addition to the classic and agile project handling, the hybrid form is increasingly being used. You will get an overview of these process models and essential methods.