The goal of this training is to learn and improve:
- how to recognize the business need to start a project and develop the project as a tool for business change,
- tactical initiation, planning and project management,
- how to define the business goal in the project business, determine the scope of work, plan resources and successfully monitor and control the course of the project,
- how to identify the different interests and influences of a number of stakeholders and successfully manage them during project implementation.
- How to create interactive project teams composed of different directorates
The training is formatted for beginners, with the aim of introducing the project logic and basic tools of project planning.
- Project vs. process management: when, how and why we start projects, defining the project in the company structure
- Roles of the project manager, project client and project team members – RASCI model
- Analysis of stakeholders and problems / opportunities
- Project brainstorming – creating solutions
- Project matrix – project triangle, Defining the scope through goals and outcomes
- Structuring tasks – WBS and Gantt charts
- Line responsibility matrix – plan of indebtedness / responsibility and key deliveries
- Risk analysis & risk management on the project
- Planning time and resources in the project
- Project budgeting
- Controlling projects, predicting completion times and costs at the end of the project
- Project administration and reporting
Four 2 hours VILT session
250 EUR, excl. VAT
Boris Bočvarski, Tack TMI external trainer and permanent member of the Generali Academy training team, has been developing and conducting trainings on topics such as: time management, project management, analytical thinking and decision-making, risk management, change management, team facilitation, performance management and feedback. In his work so far, he has created several trainings and training curricula, as well as programs for the development of managers within the company Generali osiguranje.
Boris’s coaching work and trainings are based on many years of work as a project manager and consultant in the design, implementation and monitoring of projects. He further improved his managerial experience as a portfolio manager of the international SOS Children’s Villages Foundation, where he was responsible for providing financial resources through project applications, communication with investors and monitoring of all projects within the organization.