If there is one skill all project managers should have, it’s planning and scheduling. And yet very few project managers follow a disciplined approach that leads to a sensible and structured schedule supported by a plan. Many project managers have to rely on experience and “gut feel”, so difficult to share with inexperienced and new project managers. In fact they often share experience that is really their bad habits repeated over many years of poorly planned and overdue projects.
This specialized and vital event should be attended by anyone who is involved in project planning, takes planning seriously, and wants to improve their planning and scheduling skills in line with best practice. It is applicable for all project managers, team leads and project administrators in all industries, public and private sectors, and regardless of the methodology applied.
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This event fills that knowledge vacuum; it is applicable for all project managers, team leads and project administrators in all industries, public and private sectors, and regardless of the methodology applied.
The planning approach taught in this crucial event is a combination of typical “body of knowledge” activity planning, product based planning (PBP), and even brings in and integrates aspects of Agile planning to complete the picture. Product based planning is a planning innovation brought to us by the PRINCE2 method, whilst activity planning is the de facto standard for most of the bodies of knowledge.