In an intensive two days participants will discover how to scope a challenging or ‘messy’ project – one where outcomes are uncertain or there is high risk of change.
The programme involves identifying project drivers, purpose, outcomes and success criteria. You’ll also acquire a portfolio of tools to map a project including Work Breakdown Structures and Gantt charts.
This programme enables you to plan and manage projects so that results are delivered to schedule and specification. These two days provide a thorough grounding in =mc‘s practical and highly adaptable Systems Model avoiding the ‘clunky’ processes of PRINCE 2 and other frameworks. The model is specifically designed for the not-for-profit sector and is adaptable to any project – short or long-term, simple or complex.
This programme is designed for managers who have to plan and manage messy projects – from an arts festival to a social change campaign.
Begay Jabang, Senior Finance Business Partner, The Brooke
Connor Natella, Regional Graduate Manager (South), The Challenge
Charly Fraser Annand, Grants Manager, Lumos
Holly Kilroy, Emerging Powers Coordinator, Crisis Action
Mike Bailey, Business Analyst, Canterbury City Council
After an interactive and practical two days led by a skilled =mc consultant you’ll be able to:
This programme is invaluable to organisations desiring a shared project language that is simple to implement and powerfully effective.
This programme combines:
Following the programme you’ll be given access to our Project Management online resource centre, where you can download templates of the tools to use.
=mc are proud to be a recognised training provider of the ILM (Institute of Leadership & Management). This programme meets with ILM standards, a kitemark of quality.
Start Date: 04/06/2019
End Date: 05/06/2019
Duration: 2 days
Venue: NCVO, Regents Wharf, 8 All Saints St, London N1 9RL
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Yvette Gyles, Director