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TenStep

Fundamentals of Portfolio Management
No company has the resources to meet all of its business needs. This is true in the best of times. It certainly is even truer when times are tough. Even if your company is a rare one that has all the money it needs, you definitely do not have the people to complete everything you would like. Portfolio management is a process to ensure that your company spends its scarce resources on the work that is of the most value to your company, and work that is most closely aligned to your business goals and strategies. This class shows attendees the many aspects of portfolio management that must be understood before the concepts can be deployed. The class also demonstrates a specific and comprehensive six-stage model for implementing portfolio management Definition, Foundation, Selection, Prioritization, Authorization and Activation.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 4.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 2.00

TenStep

Managing Multiple Projects
The ability to manage multiple projects is difficult and complex. There is constant conflict in balancing shared resources across several projects and managing the expectations of project sponsors, functional managers and stakeholders. Competing priorities for resources, schedules and budgets is a complicated environment for a project manager to succeed. This course provides insight into recognizing integration points in both related and seemingly unrelated projects and how to effectively manage them. It also demonstrates tools and techniques to balance resources and workload, delegate appropriately, negotiate effectively and manage stress in this environment.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 8.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

TenStep

Managing Multiple Projects
The ability to manage multiple projects is difficult and complex. There is constant conflict in balancing shared resources across several projects and managing the expectations of project sponsors, functional managers and stakeholders. Competing priorities for resources, schedules and budgets is a complicated environment for a project manager to succeed. This course provides insight into recognizing integration points in both related and seemingly unrelated projects and how to effectively manage them. It also demonstrates tools and techniques to balance resources and workload, delegate appropriately, negotiate effectively and manage stress in this environment.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 16.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

TenStep

Effectively Managing Small Projects
Much of the work that you do can be organized as a project. When the projects are large, they need to be managed with formal project management discipline. But many projects are not large. They are small work efforts that need to be organized and managed efficiently, but not with the full rigor and structure of formal project management discipline. These are the projects of accountants, teachers, administrators and many others. These projects represent the vast majority of all work executed in businesses all over the world. This class is focused on teaching fundamental work management techniques and skills to these non-project management professionals. Students will learn how to understand the work that is requested, how to organize the work, how to manage the work and how to execute the work. Underlying the class will be the need to proactively communicate to manage expectations every step of the way.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 8.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

TenStep

Project Management for Managers
Project management training is usually targeted to project managers and other senior project professionals. But what about company executives? The project sponsor and other senior managers need some knowledge of formal project management as well - for two reasons. First, managers must understand the terminology and concepts that the rest of the staff is learning so that they can communicate intelligently. Second, managers must understand the role they play in ensuring that the project management processes are implemented successfully in their organizations. Its not just about project managers. All of the management hierarchy has a role to play in ensuring their organizations successfully implement the project management discipline. Do your senior managers need to attend five days of training to get the proper level of understanding? No, they dont need that level of detail. This class provides this high-level overview of project management concepts and the role of management in a fast-paced day session.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

3.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 0.00 Leadership 3.00 Strategic 0.00

TenStep

Project Management Back to Basics
Much of the work that you do can be organized as a project. The ability to successfully define and subsequently manage a project is quickly leaving the realm of the extraordinary and is becoming a core competency for many organizations. Managing a project is not easy and project management skills do not come naturally to many people - even to many experienced project managers. This class provides the foundation for experienced project managers that have not had prior formal training before. It is also a great refresher class for experienced project managers that would like to recap the value associated with rigorous and disciplined project management practices.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 12.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 2.00

TenStep

Project Management Overview
Much of the work that you do can be organized as a project. The ability to successfully define and subsequently manage a project is quickly leaving the realm of the extraordinary and is becoming a core competency for many organizations. Managing a project is not easy and project management skills do not come naturally to many people. This class provides an overview of the concepts, processes and techniques associated with formal project management. It is targeted toward individuals that need to understand project management concepts, but are not looking for hands-on project management skills.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 6.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 1.00

TenStep

Project Management Preparation for Success
Much of the work that you do can be organized as a project. The ability to successfully define and subsequently manage a project is quickly leaving the realm of the extraordinary and is becoming a core competency for many organizations. Managing a project is not easy and project management skills do not come naturally to many people. Fortunately, the skills associated with defining and managing a project can be learned. Understanding and practicing the concepts taught in this class increases the likelihood of success on the project.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

24.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 20.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 2.00

TenStep

The Practice of Program Management
The days of the monolithic, complex, multi-year project are over. They are just too hard to plan, manage and complete within expectations. The better approach is to break large initiatives into multiple smaller projects. These smaller projects are easier to manage and they each have a much better chance to be successful. Of course, if each project was managed independently, the entire initiative would be at risk of losing focus and getting out-of-control. Enter the program. A program is an organizational structure that is established to coordinate and guide a large initiative made up of multiple related projects. The program provides an umbrella structure over the entire initiative and has the high-level visibility and continuity to guide all of the underlying projects toward overall success. This class provides a high-level overview of programs and program management as described in the Standard for Program Management from the Project Management Institute.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 12.00 Leadership 2.00 Strategic 2.00

TenStep

Program Management Overview
The days of the monolithic, complex, multi-year project are over. They are just too hard to plan, manage and complete within expectations. The better approach is to break large initiatives into multiple smaller projects. These smaller projects are easier to manage and they each have a much better chance to be successful. Of course, if each project was managed independently, the entire initiative would be at risk of losing focus and getting out-of-control. Enter the program. A program is an organizational structure that is established to coordinate and guide a large initiative made up of multiple related projects. The program provides an umbrella structure over the entire initiative and has the high-level visibility and continuity to guide all of the underlying projects toward overall success. This class provides a high-level overview of programs and program management as described in the Standard for Program Management from the Project Management Institute.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

4.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 3.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 0.00
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