How do we differentiate between a project and operations? Project has a definite start and end and has an end objective. On the other hand, operations are on going activities. In that sense, all managers will have a set of projects and defined operations in their portfolio. For the operations part, a manager need to intervene whenever there is a guidance needed from his followers. But in a project, he should be in the frontier to lead the team as it is not a routine one in his organization, hence not many are knowledgeable on this. The success factors that determine whether a project delivered its objective are project planning, resource allocation & management, stakeholder communication, measurement on progress, risk assessment, course correction and handing over. This one-day program will prepare the managers to lead their projects successfully.
Program Date: 28-October-2017
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