Project Rescue and Recovery 10

Course Code
4150424

Projects fail due to various reasons, such as changing market conditions, reduced budgets and staff levels, high turnover, un-insightful metrics, and the inability to manage stakeholders and scope. This course will help you recognize the signs of impending project failure and take effective actions to resolve problems, re-plan, and re-negotiate stakeholder expectations.

  • Date April 1
  • Time N/A
  • Duration 4 Weeks
  • Program Type Open-Enrollment/Public
  • Certificate Type None
  • Format Self-Paced Online
  • Credit 1.6 CEUs
  • Professional Development 16
  • Fees $1,310

Projects fail due to various reasons, such as changing market conditions, reduced budgets and staff levels, high turnover, un-insightful metrics, and the inability to manage stakeholders and scope. This course will help you recognize the signs of impending project failure and take effective actions to resolve problems, re-plan, and re-negotiate stakeholder expectations.

Project Rescue and Recovery 10

Program Experience

In today's global, competitive landscape, organizations must ensure that resources directed to projects result in successful progress. When project managers come face to face with a project reeling out of control, how do they find the support and create a methodolgy to get the project back on track? Discover in this certification program how and why projects fail, how to spot the warning signs that a project is on its way to trouble, how to determine a balanced scope to contain costs and stay on budget, and how to identify the risks involved. This course will help you discover how to effectively and efficiently plan and execute an entire project through the rescue process.

Benefits

You will learn to:

  • Detect problems early using leading indicator metrics of project performance
  • Distinguish between situations requiring problem-solving, rescue, and recovery
  • Inform and enlist stakeholder to help
  • Elevate problems to senior management when appropriate
Topics
  • How and why projects fail
  • How to spot the warning signs
  • The scope and balance of a successful project
  • Cost containment
  • Identifying risks
  • How to spot inadequate resources

 

Who Should Attend

While there are no prerequisites, participants should have at least five years of experience managing projects.

  • Managers
  • Project managers
  • Business analysts
  • Technical professionals
Schedule
Course Duration Self-Paced Online
Project Rescue and Recovery 10
4 Weeks

April 1, 2023 release; completes April 28, 2023 

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Parent Program

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Advanced Project Management (APM)

Discover the distinctive Advanced Project Management Certificate Program, customized to your individual learning journey. With only five elective units to complete in any sequence, this program will equip you with the vital leadership skills to master the complex issues that challenge you and your organization. Develop new mindsets, delve into self-awareness, and uncover the instinctive ability to deliver impactful change. This program is designed for technical professionals and senior practitioners aspiring to achieve advanced levels of expertise, take effective and transformative action, inspire others and communicate with clarity. Elevate your strategic and leadership prowess with Caltech CTME's Advanced Project Management Certificate Program. 

  • Self-Paced Online
  • Flexcert

Instructors

Crews, Nathaniel

Nathaniel Crews

Agile Project Management, Systems Engineering, Coaching