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Two Basic Project Management Techniques Every Project Needs

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There is no shortage​ of project management tools which is why so many project managers feel like they’re drowning in the process.

This course focuses on two techniques crucial to project success - stakeholder communication and risk management—and explains them in plain English so you can confidently apply them to any project. 

Project management has never been this simple. You’ll learn how to identify project stakeholders and the importance of communicating with them throughout the lifecycle of a project. In addition, you’ll gain a template you can tailor to your own needs to create your own stakeholder Communications Plan.

You’ll also learn everything you need to develop and implement a Risk Management Plan that includes all the essential elements. You’ll find out how to recognize when teams are most likely to make the wrong decisions and take reckless chances. And, you’ll examine the different types of project risks, compare quantitative and qualitative risk management and learn how to calculate the impact of a known risk.


Gwenn Carr

Gwenn Carr, a Project Management Professional (PMP®), has been a project manager, consultant and educator for over 25 years. She has worked with many companies in various industries and is the co-author of chapters in “The Field Guide to Project Management.” Her interest in improving the skills of project teams grew from her frustration while working with teams who had been assigned to projects and had received no training or guidance. A kinesthetic learner, Ms. Carr uses “learn by doing” techniques in her seminars and workshops to introduce and reinforce project management techniques and...Read more

Gary Englehardt

Gary Englehardt, a Project Management Professional (PMP®), has been involved in projects for over 30 years as a project engineer and consultant. He has helped numerous companies in the process industries improve the skills of their teams and obtain better project results. He has co-authored chapters in several respected project management books.Read more

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