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Learning the foundations of project management practices can help you deliver results for your projects. That’s why the Project Management Institute (PMI) refers to project management skills, such as time management, communication skills, scheduling, and troubleshooting, as life skills. Project management practices help the L&D team establish a system for elevating their level of success. In this issue of TD at Work, Mary Beth Imbarrato:

  • Explains the benefits of project management practices.
  • Advises readers on selling such practices to the C-suite.
  • Details the process of working with the project sponsor and stakeholders.
  • Recommends the elements to include in a project management toolkit.
  • Suggest a project management framework on which you can base your process.

The Tools & Resources in this issue are a Project Charter Template, Stakeholder Analysis Tool, Work Breakdown Structure, and After-Action Review Template.

Book Details
ISBN: 9781957157214
Pages: 20
Publication Date:
Formats: Paperback, PDF
Product Code: 252308
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