Have you ever seen a project come in on time, on budget, on spec, but deliver a product that nobody had use for? Have you ever observed (or worse, been a part of) “the never-ending project?” Washington Hospital Services invites you to attend the webinar “How to succeed in healthcare projects: a 30,000ft View,” from 12-1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16. Register now to take advantage of this learning opportunity and learn from the experts at Total Systems Education, a Premier Approved Training Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI®).
Have you ever worked for a project manager or project leader and thought to yourself “a moose with a laptop could have done a better job?” Have you ever worked in an organization where “risk” was considered a four-letter word? Have you ever been pleasantly surprised in a project? Have you ever not been in a project where everything (requirements, budgets, priorities, team members and deadlines) seemed to change all the time, yet nobody was equipped to deal with the reality of change?
All these questions fall under the disciplines of project management and business analysis. They are both part science, part art, but definitely not rocket science! In this webinar, you will be introduced to a simple, common-sense process for identifying the true (not the stated or assumed) needs of the client and for planning, organizing and executing a project to deliver a quality product the first time. You will also understand how soft skills, as well as the “finer arts” of communication and negotiation, can make the difference between success and failure. This webinar is for anyone who is or is planning to be or would like to be part of a project, in any degree or capacity, as well as for anyone interested in exploring a career in project management.
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