During this course you’ll look at techniques to make sure that you identify the right project for your organisation. Secondly looking at understanding some of the project dynamics making sure the governor's structure is right and the project structure's right ensuring that you've got the right skills in place to be able to complete the project successfully.In addition we’ll cover the key elements of stakeholder engagement, who to talk to, when to talk to, and the sorts of people you may need to engage with, and how to engage with them, as well. We'll have a look at a couple of the methodologies that are currently out there, those that are very structured and quite bureaucratic, to those that are much more free flowing. Finally the importance of going back and reviewing the project and making sure you learn the lessons from whatever project you've undertaken.
View the video below for a course demonstration (6 mins). The full version of this course when purchased is approximately 50 mins and when completed with knowledge checker provides one CPD hour of training for various professional bodies.
To give delegates an introduction to project management so that they are able to:
Understand the key elements of a successful project
Understand the Project role(s) that you may be required to fulfil as Finance Director
Outline a range of Project Management methodologies
Authored by: Andy Wilkes
Andy is a CIMA qualified accountant with over 17 years in management and senior management positions, helping the public sector move from cash to more commercial style accounting. He has worked with numerous project based teams to oversee the development, and in some cases implementation of large Oracle based finance systems. Andy has also been Team Leader for Change Management and Budgeting during the implementation of three resource accounting systems across Government
A CPD certificate of completion will be provided by BPP Professional Education Limited upon successful completion of the online course.
CPD Points: 1.5
CPD Duration (hours): 1.5
Access: 12 months from purchase date