Of the seven courses, two focus on handling specific periods or phases in the project lifecycle, three courses sharpen your competencies in dealing with selected aspects or instruments, and two deal with the management of corporate portfolios and programmes.
|Effective preparation and start-up of projects
Gives you methodologies and skills for effective initiation of projects, including training in facilitation of initiation workshops and team-building
|Auditing and health checks of project management
Provides you with instruments and skills to effectively evaluate the management of projects and programmes to ensure success.
|Managing project risk, uncertainty and value in new ways
One theme is maximising the scope of what is considered during initial stages and throughout project execution. Another is keeping it simple systematically, and introducing complexity only when it is worthwhile to do so
|Coaching and facilitation as a lever for efficiency in projects
Trains you in performing facilitation and coaching processes which promote effective and efficient interaction of participants in project meetings and workshops and fosters your leadership skills
|Intercultural management competence for project success
Gives you knowledge and experience for working with culturally diverse teams in joint global business and development projects. This course is planned for 2014
|Leading projects from a distance
Projects executed on multiple locations require managers to develop a new skill set. This course provides you with the framework, competencies to develop and key skills to be successful.
|Programme management to innovate effectively
Teaches you to develop competencies needed to manage programmes – in addition to what is needed to manage major projects.
|Managing the corporate project portfolios
Teaches you to develop and implement a portfolio management system that includes a needed single project model as well as models and methods for prioritising projects, estimation of resources and measuring of the business benefits.