May 14-25, 2012
The seminar will examine all of the crucial issues and steps in project management. Participants will explore the processes of managing a project in its environment (project's ecosystem), learn how to enhance successes and overcome problems. This course focuses on project management and monitoring, including team building and leadership. It is especially designed for managers of developing country projects and for persons responsible for implementing such projects. Past participants have come from government, utilities, corporations, international organizations and NGOs.
Crucial Issues and Steps in Project Management:
- Defining objectives (logframe)
- Managing the project environment
- The project life cycle
- Project identification, preparation and approval
- Financial and economic analysis
- Project financing
- Team building and leadership
- Organization alternatives
- Communication, motivation
- Managerial styles
- Conflict resolution
- Role of project managers
- Implementing change
- Work breakdown structure
- Critical path method
- Project scheduling (MS Project Software)
- Cost control
- Risk analysis
- Reporting and control
- Database management systems (MS Access Software)
- Introduction to procurement
May 28-June 8
November 26-December 7
The International Law Institute was founded in 1955 as part of Georgetown University. Since 1983, ILI has been an independent, non-profit training institution.
ILI offers training to assist government officials, practitioners and the private sector in finding solutions to the legal and economic challenges faced by developing nations and emerging economies.
ILI participants are exposed to best practices in good governance, management, and transparency standards that will give them the tools to improve the performance of government agencies, promote public accountability in government and achieve economic growth. More than 28,000 participants, from over 185 countries, have been trained by ILI and its global affiliates.
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