companies projects have become a vital part of their operation and
existence. Important as they may be, statistics show that only 28% of all projects are completed on time and on budget. Hong Kong project management problems can often be
traced back to leadership. Most projects are led by a project manager who may know a lot about the subject of the project, such as an
engineer or software developer, but who may have little project management experience or knowledge itself.
Project management requires a methodology and set of skills very different from those of technical work. This Hong Kong project management training course provides participants a comprehensive overview of the processes, skills, tools and techniques required to lead a project. Through a series of simulated exercises, games and discussions, throughout this project management training in Hong Kong, course participants will experience the benefits of applying a proven methodology to project management.
The information and approach used within the Project Management Workshop / training seminar Hong Kong is consistent with many well known project management methodologies, and can be used as a stepping stone to further preparations for certification examinations in project management, such as PMP.
Project Management ensures that a project is executed efficiently and
effectively. It involves the planning and control of activities in a project. To this end, most project management training focus on the tools and
techniques required to plan and monitor a project. Projects however are only as good as the people who are working on them. As such, much of a project’s
success depends on how well a
HK project manager
best interacts with his / her team members and other stakeholders.
The purpose of the People Interaction in Project Management training course Hong Kong is to provide project managers with the necessary skills to interact with others to ensure success of a project.
For many companies today, projects have become a vital part of their
operation and existence. Important as they may, statistics show that only 28% of all projects are completed on time and on budget. The problem
can often be traced back to lack of good project leadership: often projects are led by someone who not only has no formal training in project management, but has
many other duties at work. In addition, many of the tools that are supposed to help manage projects can become a burden because of their complexity and need for paperwork.
This short Hong Kong project management training course / seminar intends to provide an overview of the best processes, skills, tools and techniques required to lead a project. Different from other HK project management programs, it reduces the project management paper work to a bare minimum, and focuses on a few top class tools, as well as people interaction skills, to help project managers do their work effectively.
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