In today’s competitive market, project management has become one of the most valued skills in business. To thrive, it is essential that companies deliver their projects on time and to do this, they rely heavily on the expertise of skilled project managers. This is especially the case when a company undertakes a major project that requires project managers with advanced skills.
To move from intermediate to advanced project management, a project manager must understand not only the project itself but also the overall needs of the company. He or she must also know how to build and manage teams, handle large budgets, and appreciate the difference between managing the project and managing the stakeholders.
- getting started
- estimating timescales and budgets
- moving from macro to micro planning
- team building
- running the project on a day-to-day basis
- project control
- shutting the project down
- emergency actions
Advanced Project Management clearly explains these skills and sets out the processes, methods and tools that will enable a project manager to handle more complex projects.