Project Management: Engineering Success

Do you have control over your projects, or do they control you? 

In this workshop, participants will learn project management best practices and how to apply them to their organization. Participants will be shown tools and techniques used in high performing organizations, from nonprofits to corporations. Time will be provided to evaluate and develop your organization’s project and workflow process. Participants will learn the various types of communication necessary to keep all important stakeholders informed through the process. 

Topics Addressed: program management, human resources, resource management, communication

Level: Intermediate level course (not for nonprofit beginners)

Who should attend? 
  • Nonprofit professionals interested in furthering their project management skills.
  • CNM Members working toward the Program Management certificate.
Method of Facilitation: interactive lecture, group discussion

This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:
  • Develop your company’s project, workflow, and resource allocation.
  • Understand how to set priorities for a successful team.
  • Learn how to control and manage your projects so that they don’t control you.

Instructor(s)
Kim Harrell
Date/Time
March 8, 2017; 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Fee
$60.00 for Members; $125.00 for nonmembers; $35.00 for students
Level
Two Star
Subject Area(s)
Planning & Evaluation
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management

Registration

This workshop has already started and registrations are no longer being accepted. If you are interested in taking this course, please refer to the list below to find another time with the course will be offered.

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