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Project Management: A Guide for the Real World – Project Monitoring & Controlling
Rob Smith, PMP and Reg Scotland, PMP
October 7, 2010
International Project Management Practitioners Robert Smith, PMP and Reginald Scotland, PMP (R²) will discuss Project Management in a “real world” context and with a Canadian perspective, in this series of webinars.
Session 4 covers a step-by-step process on how to monitor and control your project with great success.
" I like the course binder, as it provides background knowledge and will serve as a reference for the future. "
" The course covered a vast range of topics. This was beneficial as it provided a good overview of product management. "
" Extremely valuable, the seminar exceeded my expectations. "
" he fact that there were eight participants in the seminar was great because it made it more interactive with more opportunities to participate or ask questions. I also like the exercises we worked on. "
" I enjoyed how the facilitator adapted the course to the needs of participants while still achieving the objectives. "
" The seminar was very interactive - lots of hands on training. "
" I enjoyed the pace, the knowledge and the background of the instructor and the fact that he shared his experiences. The size of the group was small. Also, the course helped identify where the gaps are in our succession planning program. "
" I have learned how to be effective at leading my first meeting with my staff: communication, motivation and decision-making. "
" Significantly exceeded my expectations. By far the best Unit have taken so far (I,II,III). "
" I like how the instructor related real stories and situations to the material being taught. "