Project Management Training


Project managers are found in every kind of organization — as employees, managers, contractors and independent consultants. With experience, they may become program managers (responsible for multiple related projects) or portfolio managers (responsible for selection, prioritization and alignment of projects and programs with an organization’s strategy).

Becoming a project manager means that you are ready to make project goals your own and use your skills and expertise to inspire a sense of shared purpose within the project team.

  • Enjoy the organized adrenaline of new challenges and the responsibility of driving business results.
  • Train to work well under pressure and comfortable with change and complexity in dynamic environments.
  • Understand when to readily shift between the “big picture” and the small-but-crucial details, knowing when to concentrate on each.
  • Learn to cultivate the people skills needed to develop trust and communication among all of a project’s stakeholders.
  • Gain a broad and flexible toolkit of techniques, resolving complex, interdependent activities into tasks and sub-tasks that are documented, monitored and controlled.

Master adapting your approach to the context and constraints of each project, knowing that no “one size” can fit all the variety of projects. Always improving your own as well as your teams’ skills through lessons-learned reviews at project completion.