Managing Complex Projects and Projects in Crisis

In an increasingly volatile environment, this course will allow the use of challenges and complexity as competitive advantage factors.

This course's objective is to qualify the organization to deal with the growing need to properly manage complex projects. The participants will understand the dynamics involved in the project complexity and in the troubled projects management and in the crisis management themselves.

Scope of work

  • Scale the actual project complexity level
  • Measure the intangible benefits
  • Apply specific leadership skills to the complex projects
  • Identify whether the project is in crisis
  • Initiate the recovery actions on the project in crisis
  • Establish a communication plan for the crisis
  • Motivate and manage the team during the stressful periods
  • To manage emerging risks and implement contingency actions

Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

Project managers, project team members, sponsors and others stakeholders interested in the project management process.

Requirements

Advanced project management knowledge.

Languages

Portuguese, English and Spanish.

Number of PDU Provided

16

Professional Development Units (PDUs) are the measuring units issued by the Project Management Institute for the credential holders.

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