|Training Course|| Project Management International
Practical Procedures and Tools for Successful Projects
in an Intercultural Context
|Objectives|| The participants understand the basic principles of project work
and are able to apply the standard procedures and tools.
They are sensitised to the specifics of working in an intercultural setting and develop practical strategies adapted to their needs.
They reflect upon their own experiences and improve their skills with regard to teamwork and contact in an intercultural setting.
|Target Group||Personnel from different countries with regular intercultural contact and/or (about to be) assigned to international projects.|
|Methods||Highly interactive with group work and discussions, case studies, simulations and reflection, all backed up by concise theoretical input according to the international PMI® standard.|
|Duration||3 or 4 Days|
|Language||English or German|
- What it is about: the "basics" of international projects
- A project starts well before it starts: the project lifecycle
- Doing the "right" projects: strategic choice
- Why objectives should be "smart"
- Step by step and all at the same time: planning
- Who's on the boat: participants and stakeholders
- Stakeholders from all around the globe: dealing with diversity
- What exactly does the client want? the project scope
- Speed it up: sequence and deadlines
- How many bucks have we got? the budget
- ... and if something goes wrong: plan B
- Off we go now: project execution with the multi-cultural team
- Who is to keep the overview? control
- Communicate effectively and act without delay: corrective action
- We'll be even better next time: learning from projects