A Quick and Easy Guide for Selecting the Right Training Partner

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A Quick and Easy Guide for Selecting the Right Training Partner

Aligning Your Needs With a Project Leadership Training Partner

Quick and Easy Guide for Selecting

Today's project-focused workers need more than the technical skills traditionally associated with project management. Successfully managing a project through implementation and launch requires additional skills in leadership, communication and business. These added competencies support and sustain the organisation's ability to achieve long-range strategic goals and objectives.

A Quick and Easy Guide for Selecting the Right Training Partner discusses:

  • How to identify when your team needs training to get their project leadership to the next level
  • The six essential components to look for in selecting the right project leadership training partner
  • How to discuss training ROI with a potential partner

Projects are linked to organisational goals and objectives. As the leader of the project management office (PMO), you can directly impact your organisation’s ability to maximize strategic business opportunities through more effective project management. But you need skilled project-focused workers to execute on those opportunities.

How the PMO Can Understand, Measure and Report the Business Impact of Projects

How the PMO Can Understand, Measure, and Report the Business Impact of Projects

Measuring Project Success Beyond on Time, on Budget

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Are People and Projects Inhibiting Success

Are People and Projects Inhibiting Success for Your Line of Business?

Identifying the Skills Gaps Preventing Your Team From Executing

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Enterprise Analysis

Enterprise Analysis

Building a Foundation from the Top Down

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