Managing Troubled Projects

  • Target Audience
  • Needs Addressed
  • Features
  • Benefits
  • Duration
  • Project Sponsors
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Business Managers
  • Functional Managers
  • Heads of Departments
  • PMO Managers and PMO Staff
Organizations spend millions of dollars on projects, hire high quality professionals, use project management software and technology. Despite all these, a vast majority of projects are not successful. In fact, a lot of projects get in to a state of ‘trouble’. This leads to quick fixes through top management intervention without a clear plan of action. Could we have spotted these signs of trouble? Do we really need to recover these troubled projects? What is the process of recovering troubled projects? How do we prevent projects from getting into trouble? These are some of the questions that this workshop is intended to address.

  • Comprehensive Case-Study Based approach to learning
  • Uses Microsoft Project for Project Scheduling
  • Right mix of Faculty Lecture, Group Activities, Participant Presentation and Debate
  • Learning backed by immediate application and reflection

This course would equip professionals with:

  • Reasons for project failure
  • Impact of project failure
  • Knowing when projects get into trouble
  • Skills to identify signs of trouble
  • Deciding if a project needs to be recovered or not
  • Approach for project recovery
  • Difference between a Recovered Project vs. New Project
2 – 3 days

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