Managing Multiple Projects and Stakeholders
August 10, 2023 - October 27, 2023
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July 27, 2023
Be in charge! Managing Multiple Projects and Stakeholders illustrates how you must first have a strong foundation in time management and priority setting. Acquire the concept of Portfolio Management to timeline multiple projects, determine resource requirements, and handle emergencies.
Gain access to well illustrated and business-tested forms, charts, logs, tables, and worksheets - everything project managers need to crash, level, analyze, plan, and control tasks. Increase your creative success through class activities designed to teach tips, shortcuts, and tricks of the project management trade.
Who should attend
Individuals who need to strengthen their project management skills, New project managers, project team members, project sponsors, project proponents, new product development, project managers who need refresher course on project management knowledge, processes, competencies
Disclaimer: Ateneo CCE is not a PMI ATP (Authorized Training Provider). PMP, PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, ACP and PDU are registered marks of the Project Management Institute. However, professional development units (PDUs) will still be accepted from outside the Authorized Training Partner program. This means chapters, companies, or training providers who provide professional development opportunities – ATP or not – can provide PDU opportunities.
PDUs may be self reported by individuals who will be able to complete their courses with us through the following the steps below:
- Log into the CCRS https://ccrs.pmi.org
- Click on the Report PDUs tab on the left side of the page
- Click “Course or Training”
- Manually type in the required information (provider name, activity name, dates, and number of PDUs). Please do not select any course or provider from the dropdown menu
- Once you have entered this information, please agree that the claim is accurate and click the submit button
After the course, you will:
- Enhance your leadership skills;
- Learn new techniques on how to effectively plan, execute, and manage multiple projects;
- Learn how to meet the demands of project stakeholders; and
- Apply new tools to lessen the risk but maintain project quality
I. Leading and Managing Change
The ultimate challenge for project managers is to become the best leaders they can be. To provide them with the tools to address this challenge, this course combines Leadership Skills and Change Management Skills. It covers three areas: Personal Leadership Growth; Leadership Skills and Behaviors; and Managing Change.
II. Managing Multiple Projects
In the past, most project management workshops have focused on managing one project, but in today’s increasingly busy and stressful world, it has become necessary to calmly and efficiently manage more than one project - often several projects - successfully at the same time. This learned skill is valuable not only for project managers, but also for anyone responsible for the successful outcome of multiple projects, whether it is at the office or in the home.
III. Project Stakeholder Satisfaction
When full compliance to scope, time and cost is not achievable, when project quality and risk are hard to manage, a savvy project manager achieves project success with one last effort. That is project stakeholder satisfaction.
We are asked to do less with more and attempt to meet all the various stakeholders’ challenging needs. The expectations of stakeholders are like colors in a rainbow.
Project Communication and Human Resource Management goes hand-in-hand as they directly interface with people. This workshop is designed to provide you with a strong insight into project communication systems like PM Information Systems, Project Reporting, Project Update, Project Communication Planning, Project Organizational Breakdown Structure, Responsibility Assignment Matrix, and other highly efficient tools while driving internally the principles that guides these tools.
IV. Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)
While cultures and structures may influence the success ate of initiatives, the level of adoption and maturity of the organization’s project management influences how these initiatives are run and
are conducted. We must understand that the success of projects is reliant not solely on the skills and capabilities of the working project managers, but is also dependent on the environment where the projects are being executed, that is the organization.
Mr. Mario Domingo is the Director of the Ateneo Institute for Digital Enterprises where he helps share his knowledge in digital transformation and innovation. He has helped several companies through their Digital Transformation over the years.
He is now the Global Chief Technology Officer of UBX Philippines, a financial technology company offering the Philippines’ leading Open Finance platform. Also, he was recently the Group CTO of Chi-X Asia-Pacific Holdings, Ltd, a Hong Kong conglomerate of market centers operating equities exchanges in Australia and Japan. He is the founder of several technology companies in Singapore and the Philippines in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics. He is also the founder of DARC Labs, an AI-healthcare tech R&D center where they work on imaging and genomics diagnostics. He spent many years in telecom and defense and manufacturing technologies in the United States.
Mr. Domingo has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, a Major in Finance, and a Master’s degree in Finance and Applied Economics from the University of Southern California, USA.