Professionalism is synonymous with success. The ability to act, to do, to change, is the ultimate engine of growth in any organization and in any environment. But today's world requires even more.
Often, being a professional in one thing is not enough. Today's professionals are faced with a variety of tasks and challenges, and the term 'Professional' is worn out and replaced by the term 'Multi-Professional'.
Multi-Professional reflects the new market demands for people that are capable of executing different projects - in addition to their role. This is also true in business and in our personal lives. We are required to do more. We multi-task and we always seem to be managing all sorts of projects.
Today it is known that project management is a profession that requires expertise; A profession that requires not only special skills, but also tools and techniques.
Most professionals - in any field, manage projects on a regular basis - in addition to their duties. These people are called "Occasional Project Managers" and although most of the projects they manage are small projects, they are adding to their workload and might be very challenging on their own therefore, they need simple methods and tools to be multi-professionals.
This course does exactly this.
In this course you will learn the principles of project management, alongside with practical tools and techniques necessary for being a multi-professional.
The course is based on the book "Being a Project Manager - A Different Kind of Project Management Book", and it focuses on the core elements of the profession: Planning, Controlling and Communication. The book as well as this course, outlines the way and explains at eye level, how to be project managers in practice.
If you are an occasional project manager, or a future professional project manager, this course is designed for you.
Your participation in this online course will be time well spent.
You'll get everything you need - and only what you need, in order to be an occasional project manager.
Daniel is an experienced project manager, a licensed industrial management engineer and holder of the Project Management Practitioner Certification of the Project Management Institute (PMI), the most widely recognized international association of project managers. He is a senior lecturer and consultant in the field and a specialist in standardizing project management processes, forming teams to manage projects and project portfolios, and implementing support tools that provide organizations with the capacity to manage projects effectively while meeting the organization’s goals and objectives.
With Hamutal Weisz, he wrote the unique book about project management called "Being a Project Manager - a Different Different Book on Project Management".