Ron Rosenhead is someone I have a lot of respect for.
He’s a project management consultant and trainer, and shares a pragmatic approach to managing projects in the real world.
He and I had a great discussion for almost 2 hours Inside pmStudent e-Learning about:
- Getting Started in Project Management
- PM Involvement in Business Cases
- PM Communication Styles
- Managing Technical Staff
- Coaching other PMs
- Choosing Methodology
- How Team Members can introduce PM practices
- Dealing with Conflict
- Motivating Project Teams
Ron is going to be in Central London on November 16, 2010 running a course you should plan to attend.
Now, you might be thinking “Hey Josh! ?You provide training to new and experienced project managers too, isn’t he a competitor? ?Why are you plugging him?”
Here’s the deal. ?My passion is teaching people to manage projects. ?I want more people to experience the benefits and challenges of this career and get better at running their projects. ?It helps everyone. ?So, people who I know do a great job are my allies, not my competitors.
That goes for Cornelius Fitchner, Alex Brown, Derek Huether, Tom Mochal, and others who might be perceived as “competing” with me.
Here is a little about Ron’s course:
Course Objectives: At the end of the event you will be able to:
? understand the need for a consistent approach to project
management within your organisation
? use project management tools and tips to deliver projects
? identify how to deal with common project management issues
Who should attend?
? project managers
? project team members
? those who will soon manage a project
? those new to project management
? anyone who needs a refresher
Content of the project management course:
? Having a robust framework that really helps develop your
project management skills
? The business case ? what it is and why it is so important
? Clarifying roles in your project
? Defining a project using a project initiation document
? Ensuring that quality/cost/time is considered early in the life of a project
? Effectively identifying and managing risks and stakeholders
? Project planning ? developing a robust project plan
? Developing a realistic and practical monitoring process for your project
? Learning in project management
? Closing a project
You will receive:
? 1 day of great and practical tuition
? Practical project management skills workbook ? an excellent reference book
? Free e-learning course ? this is a series of emails sent directly to your email address
? Copy of our project management templates and tips booklet
? Copy of our White Paper From Ready-Fire-Aim to Ready-Aim-Fire
To book go to http://projectagency.co.uk/online-booking-form