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Turning Technicians into Project Managers

Are you looking to turn your best technicians into successful project managers for your company? Or are you a technician who wants to transition to the next step in your career to become a project manager? If so, this webinar can help you achieve your goal.

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BICSI Connect

Project Schedule: Steps for Developing a Project Timeline

Are you a new project manager who needs more information about how to develop and manage a project schedule? Or are you an experienced project manager who would like to improve your scheduling skills? If the answer to either question is yes, this course is perfect for you.

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Project Cost: Strategies for Keeping a Project on Budget

Are you responsible for managing or controlling project expenses? Do you find this task overwhelming or intimidating? If so, this course can help to set your mind at ease. This course will walk you through the process of developing a realistic budget to complete a project, and it will cover tools an

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Project Quality: Processes for Ensuring High Quality Deliverables

"Even projects that are delivered within budget and on time are not successful if the quality of the deliverable is poor.”-PMI

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Resource Management: How to Build and Manage a Project Team

When project managers set their sights on delivering creative project solutions on time and within budget, they must select and manage a team of experienced and competent professionals who can meet the challenge. This course emphasizes the importance of good project resource management to overall pr

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Project Risk: Strategies for Managing Risk

There are a few questions that every project manager should ask at the beginning of a project: What do we hope to gain from this project? What kinds of things could keep that from happening? And how should we respond if those events occur? Every project involves some degree of risk. Identifying pote

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