Project Management Practical Applications

¥35,999
Course Code: BPM103-WS
Semester: Fall Day: Sat, Sun Time: 10:00-16:30 Hours: 12 Sessions: 2 End Date: 2021/12/5 Elective certificate: Project Management Medium of Instruction: English Special Notes: This workshop compliments BPM101, but BPM101 is not a prerequisite to taking this workshop. Location: Tokyo

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Course Description

Most of us are ”accidental project managers”; in other words, we do not choose to become project managers, we are chosen to become project managers. Yet even those with no formal background in project management, can successfully manage projects based on a foundational understanding of how project management principles are applied in real-world settings. This 2-day workshop covers the basic set of tools needed to become a successful and competent project manager from day one.  Through the use of case studies, the workshop covers all phases of project management: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitor and Control, and Closure, with a particular emphasis on risk management and stakeholder management.

Instructor

Andrew Neuman

Instructor Biography

Andrew is a project management and corporate training professional with more than 15 years of direct experience. He has extensive experience in leading cross-cultural teams and building project management offices from the ground up. Andrew is a Certified Project Management Professional and Agile Scrum Master, and is fluent in reading and writing Japanese at the JLPT N1 level. He earned his MBA at Cornell University and completed the Project Management Certificate Program at UC Berkeley.