Gain the Skills Necessary to be a Successful Project Manager
Learn what you need to know to lead your projects to a successful outcome.
This program introduces current and future Project Managers to skills, tools and techniques that they can use in any project to improve their ability to manage the project successfully. This four-part program concentrates on providing participants with proven ways to manage the scope, schedule and resources of a project.
What You Will Learn
- The Project Management Institute’s framework for Project Management and how to successfully manage your project in each aspect of that framework
- Tools, tips and management techniques that you can apply to every phase of your projects: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, and Close-out
- How to recognize and manage project challenges
- Ways to manage your project in different organizational structures
For More Information and to Register For The Full Series
Register for the Project Management Program full series.
You may enroll in each part separately. For more information and to register, visit:
- Project Management: Fundamentals
- Project Management: Tools
- Project Management: Execution, Control, and Change Management
- Project Management: Advanced Topics
Benefits of Attending the Project Management Program
Using the skills and insights gained from the Project Management Program, you’ll be able to:
- Create and manage a Project Team that brings success to your projects
- Work with Senior Management, your Project Sponsor, and Stakeholders toward a successful conclusion to your projects
- Learn tools and techniques that are proven to help projects succeed
- Identify project challenges and manage them so they do not threaten your projects’ successes
- Create an organizational culture and standards for Project Management
Who Should Attend
- The first-time Project Manager who has been given a project without any experience or training in the specific skills of a Project Sponsor
- Experienced Project Managers who realize there are best practices to manage projects and would like to learn and practice them
- Prospective Project Managers who know that they will soon be given the responsibility for a project and want to have the skills and expertise to be a great Project Manager.
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Project Management: Fundamentals
Wed.-Thu., Aug. 14-15, 2019
Project Management: Tools
Wed.-Thu., Feb. 13-14, 2019
Project Management: Execution, Control, and Change Management
Wed.-Thu., Mar. 13-14, 2019
Project Management: Advanced Topics
Wed.-Thu., Apr. 10 – 11, 2019
Daniel Gold – Daniel Gold is the Interim Director of the Project Management Office within the Office of Information Technology at Boise State University. Since joining the University in 2013, his work has largely focused on increasing the success of key IT initiatives through fostering academic partnerships and providing a strategic framework for the continued growth and evolution of technologies on campus. As an instructor, Daniel brings a wide range of experience with different project management and continuous improvement methodologies to the classroom including Agile, Scrum, Lean, Kaizen, and traditional waterfall approaches. Before coming to Boise State, Daniel spent a decade creating innovative knowledge management and product support strategies for Dell Inc. Daniel has a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning and is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional with fifteen years of experience managing both public and private sector projects.
Boise State Meridian Center, 2950 Magic View Drive, Suite 188, Meridian, Idaho. View a map to Meridian Center for location and driving directions.
- Full Series: $2,520 per person, includes all materials
Group discounts are available for three or more participants registering from the same organization for the same class at the same time. Call (208) 426-1709.
Contact Us For More Information About Boise State Center for Professional Development
Phone: (208) 426-1709
Address: 2950 Magic View Dr., Ste. 188, Meridian, ID 83642