Leading UNSW

Project Management
Project Managers Course

The overarching objective for this training workshop is to assist participants in ‘thinking like a project manager’ and using tools and techniques for scoping and scheduling any project. There will also be some consideration of, and planning for, risk in projects, irrespective of the methodology and governance processes used.
When participants leave this one day workshop, they will be equipped with the tools to perform the following:
  • Ask and validate questions and responses related to scoping a project 
  • Physically scope a project Document the project scope to form the basis for baselining and creation of the project schedule 
  • Identify phases and milestones 
  • Break phases and milestones into manageable sized tasks that have the potential to be verified, agreed, quantified, allocated (resourced) and estimated 
  • Create appropriate relationships and dependencies between tasks to form a schedule 
  • Perform a basic risk assessment for a defined task and suggest appropriate treatment 
Time: TBA
Mode: Face to Face
Audience: All employees
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Shaping Strategy
Shaping Strategy to Create Value

Shape the future, lead the change and build competitive advantage.
Designed for leaders who are ready to shape the play, rather than merely responding to it, this course challenges traditional top-down approaches to strategy. Working on a live strategic challenge, you will experience a ground-breaking strategic reasoning simulation and develop fresh perspectives on strategy execution, decision-making, innovation, customer value proposition and the challenge of business model reinvention.
Audience: All leaders
Course Duration: 3 days
Mode: Face to Face through AGSM
Participants: 15 per class
Cost: TBA
Date: Various

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