Managing Multiple Projects Training 

Course Description

Being successful project manager could mean that a person will have to manage more than one project at a time. In order to continue running the projects effectively, basic knowledge of project management is needed. Additional skills are also needed to enable a project manager handle work pressure and meet the deadline. This course starts with an introduction of the basic principles of project management, and then sheds special lights on running multiple projects.

Course Objectives

  • Acquiring the skills needed to run multiple projects
  • Setting plans and meeting deadlines
  • Writing out a detailed process for each project
  • Creating measurement criteria
  • Handling financial issues

Who Should Attend?

  • Project Management Professionals (PMPs)
  • Project managers
  • Functional managers
  • Business leaders
  • Mid-level manager
  • Project managers who need to learn the critical leadership skills

Course Details/Schedule

  • Introduction to project management concepts and definitions
  • The role of the project manager
  • Organizational influences and project life cycle
  • Introduction to project management processes
  • Project initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing
  • Project scoping and work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Project costing and budget planning
  • Project and product quality assurance
  • Project risks’ identification, analysis, and management
  • Project procurements and contracts
  • Skills needed for running multiple projects successfully
  • Creating an atmosphere of efficient collaboration in multiple projects
  • Receiving feedback from team members
  • Resource management
  • Managing strict deadlines
  • Tasks prioritization
  • Success measures in managing multiple projects
  • Influencing factors at the organizational level
  • Influencing factors at the operational level
  • Independent and dependent variables and their measurement
  • Single document management for all projects
  • Archiving important information
  • Micromanagement
  • Learning how to say “NO”
  • Common Mistakes in Managing Multiple Projects