Learning to Manage Intangible Projects
The project management discipline was created for tangible products - bridges, buildings, and nuclear powered warships. The current growth of project management is in intangible products: organizational redesign, recruiting strategies, and compensation plans for a few examples.
At Versatile, we've delivered project management training to construction firms and public school administrators. Our current growth audience is Human Resource professionals. So how do we help these knowledge workers bridge the gap between tangible and intangible products?
When an HR team recently attended our project management training in Seattle, they brought their projects with them. We used their projects in class, breaking down their end goal into major steps, then into specific tasks.
Every introductory project management class should teach you to clarify the tangible outcome of every task, even if that outcome is a recommendation or decision.
Thanks to Mark Mullaly, for posting on www.ProjectManagement.com to get me thinking about this.
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How much does re-work cost you? When you miss a deadline is there a penalty?
I make it a habit to fix problems – and better yet prevent them. Microsoft Project training is an investment in avoiding problems related to performing work out of sequence or falling behind because the schedule doesn’t make sense.
Yes, it costs money to attend Microsoft Project Training. How much does it cost NOT to attend?
The Most Complete and Practical Microsoft Project Training Available
Microsoft has vetted Versatile’s Mastering Microsoft Project course and recommends it to their training partners worldwide.
Go ahead. Search for Microsoft Project Training and you’ll find that your local Microsoft Project Training provider is using 55205 Mastering Microsoft Project 2016, the course authored by Versatile’s internal instructor team.