This course will be delivered across 5 sessions, via Microsoft Teams, and will introduce delegates to the core skills they require to manage change and deliver projects.
This is equivalent to the previous 1 day Face-to-Face course.
Please see additional notes for timetable of sessions
Defining the Change
• Provide definition of Change
• Identify why change occurs
• Ownership and why communication is so important
• Benefits, negatives and purpose of a Business Case
• Mapping Change.
Objective and Scoping the Project
• Agree definitions for them including differences , ownership and uses
• Approaches to scoping: Brainstorming, mind maps, lessons learned, breakdown structures.
• Why different stakeholder, teams or individuals are central to understanding scope.
Shaping the Project with Networks
• What is a network and why we all use them!
• Shaping the scope into a logical flow
• Providing the Objectives with a timeframe.
Risk and Issue Tracking
• Definition and difference between Risks and Issues
• Basic process of Identification, Analysis and Control
• Physiology and Stakeholders
• How categorisation and Lessons Learned can help.
Key Roles and Governance
• Main Roles in projects and their responsibilities
• Importance of agreed communication approaches from Highlight Reports to Daily Stand-ups
• Who should own what?
An increased understanding of project completion
This course will be delivered via Microsoft Teams
Session one: 17 May 10:00-11:30
Session two: 17 May 14:00-15:30
Session three: 18 May 10:00-11:30
Session four: 18 May 14:00-15:30
Session five: 19 May 10:00-11:30
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