Project Integration Management: the Knowledge Area that everyone talks about but no one is quite clear on what it involves and what it takes to achieve true integration – beyond following the processes and tasks that are in the PMBOK®. This one-of-a-kind session will help participants gain a glimpse at the often unexplained area of project integration management and at the art of “putting it all together”. The course will outline the topics of ensuring a systematic approach to decision making in constantly changing conditions that are less than ideal.
This 1-day course will propose a new and tangible view of how to perform project integration. It will address techniques to organize and streamline the process of incorporating the multitude of areas that play a role in making informed decisions in challenging and constantly evolving project environments. Management of dependencies
By the end of this power session participants will be able to identify approaches and techniques to achieve the following project integration-related benefits:
This course is designed for project managers, project sponsors and team members who are involved in projects.
There is no prerequisite for this course. It functions as a stand-alone course.
Participants will receive a course binder and a copy of the book Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success, by Ori Schibi (J. Ross, 2013)
Introduction to Project Integration Management
Integration considerations for planning
Stakeholder and Communication
Time, Urgency and Resource Management
Risks, Assumptions and Dependencies
Integration and the BA
Lessons to Learn and Apply
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