City Club of Washington, Columbia Square
Does your client take longer than you'd like to review or approve deliverables?
Is your project schedule slipping because key decision makers are not available when you need them?
Have you ever been asked to stop work on a project?
Are you worried about the fact that your team is ready to work but the client hasn't decided the next steps?
Has the scope of your project changed so much that you're not sure what your client is expecting?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to register for this class! Establishing a mutual understanding of your client's project objectives is one of the most important things you can do to determine project success. Poorly defined requirements, lack of stakeholder commitment and scope creep are just a few of the reasons why projects fail. In this 3 hour workshop, Angela Dingle, Certified Management Consultant (CMC) will share her proven strategies for identifying:
* The three things you should include in every project proposal
* The difference between quantifiable and unquantifiable project objectives
* The keys to getting client approvals
* The steps you can take to avoid scope creep
* The importance of change management
* The four Ws of project assumptions
Bonus Feature: 10 Tips for Government Contractors
At the conclusion of this workshop, you'll know what to do during the proposal, initiation, execution and close-out phases of your project to ensure that you and your client have a mutually beneficial project experience.
Have a PMP Certification? Earn 3 PDUs for participating in this training
When Tuesday October 6, 2009 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where City Club of Washington
555 13th Street, NW, Washington, DC
Project Managers, Account Managers, Task Leaders, & Independent Contractors
Contact Name: Angela Dingle