Making Projects Work spring school to teach management skills

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Making Projects Work spring school to teach management skills

The latest PROMS-G spring school, entitled Making Projects Work, will offer attendees the chance to improve their project management skills.

The world of IT has, at its heart, a huge numbers of individual projects. These projects are of increasing complexity and scope, with an increasing number of stakeholders, and these stakeholders are more diverse than ever before.

This session will offer practical ideas on how project workshops and meetings can be made much more effective in the IT project environment we find ourselves in today.

The speaker, Penny Pullan from Making Projects Work, is a professional facilitator and project manager. Penny has been active in IT for more than a decade and now works with companies to improve their project workshops and meetings, and to develop their project management capability for complex 21st century projects.




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This was first published in March 2008

 

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