Organizations of all sizes benefit from an experienced and well-trained project management team. Effective Project Managers can lead to higher quality of services, reduced costs, and an increased speed to completion. Analysis, budgeting, time management and communication are all important assets for a successful Project Manager to have, but the list of required skills continues to grow.
Project Management is a multi-faceted discipline that requires a multi-dimensional approach to learning. Project Managers must be able to work with a variety of technical tools to assist with their day-to-day workflow and must be able to lead teams with clear communication and composure. This adaptability—and years of PM experience—is what separates the highly effective Project Manager from the rest of the field.
Our holistic approach to skills growth encompasses the study and mastery of technical tools, foundational development, associated professional skills, and certification:
Make project management easy and collaborate from virtually anywhere with the right tools for project managers, project teams and decision makers.
Microsoft Project 2016 - Part 1
Microsoft Project 2016 - Part 2
55205 Mastering Microsoft Project 2016
Microsoft Project 2013 - Part 1
Microsoft Project 2013 - Part 2
55034 Project Server 2013 Inside Out
Microsoft Project 2010 - Part 1
Microsoft Project 2010 - Part 2
Ensure that project managers and team members have the classic project management skills to help them complete projects on time and within budget.
55054 Mastering Microsoft Project 2013
50413 Mastering Microsoft Project 2010
Project Management Essentials
Project Management Fundamentals
Project Management - A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Foundations
Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of all project-related communications, from initial planning through closure and determine how to manage a team so that it remains effective.
Agile Project Management Methodologies
Introduction to Agile Project Management
Project Communications and Stakeholder Management
Project Management for Senior Managers
Project Risk Management
Project Scope and Schedule Management
Project Team Leadership
The decision to earn a project management certification is a big one, so make sure you choose one that best fits your current expertise and career plans.
Certified Associate in Project Management Professional (CAPM)®
Certified Software Asset Manager (CSAM)
PMI Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP)® Exam Preparation
Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Preparation
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), Project Management Professional (PMP), and PMBOK Guide are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.