Build trust through good communication, keeping projects on time, on budget, in scope while better managing project scope creep.
It is commonly said that up to 90% of a project manager’s time is spent communicating.
In the recently-released fifth edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK), a new 10th Knowledge Area was added addressing Project Stakeholder Management.
Keeping influential stakeholders involved and engaged for long-lasting, positive relationships is important to a project’s success.
In this 3-day course, you will acquire new tools and techniques and upgrade your communication skills so you can successfully resolve thorny issues that often derail projects. Discover how to implement, review, and monitor tools and resources to control stakeholder engagement. Plus, manage stakeholder expectations and deal with difficult personalities and conflicts of interest.
Now you can describe project benefits without sounding technical, so stakeholders buy in. Give relevant status updates to outside vendors and clients. And, manage remote teams involving stakeholders who are not collocated.