Project Management 3 – Succeed with your project!
Projects are always carried out in a dynamic environment where you gain knowledge along the way. People change standpoints, and projects are influenced by external demands, powers and decisions. As a project manager you must be able to navigate and manage your project to obtain the desired effect!
The course will strengthen your understanding of the challenges that arise during the lifespan of a project. You will learn to follow-up on your project along the way and how to handle the conflicts that almost always arise, to understand and take action in the power game that often exists and to negotiate and motivate across different stakeholder perspectives. In continuation of the course you will be given the opportunity to prepare a description of the planned initiatives regarding control and communication for your own project (or project proposal), submit the description and receive feedback.
This course is taught in English.
Project Management 3 – Succeed with your project! is a part of Implement's Project Management Programme. Implement's Project Management Programme is IPMA Registered®
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"Good interaction between theory and practice. Very interesting and relevant "
You are already a project manager and wish to become even better at navigating your project in a dynamic environment to obtain both organisational and business effect.
The course covers the following main topics:
- Benefit realisation
- Behaviour associated with projects and how to handle change processes
- Project conflicts both upwards, downwards and outwards
- Leading the project towards effect and value for the organisation
- Follow-up with regard to accuracy, progress, risks, economy, quality and effect
- Active use of the project’s Business Case
- Negotiations with important stakeholders
- Co-creation and implementation strategies
- Power and influence in the project’s decision processes and implementation phase
After the course you will be able to:
- Create increased motivation for active participation in your own project
- Increase the likelihood that the desired effects of the project will be realised
- Master conflicts in a constructive and proactive manner
- Succeed better in the negotiating situations you encounter as a project manager
- Plan and stage targeted follow-up routines in your project
- Understand power games in and around your project and increase your influence on project decisions and progress
The course fee includes:
Before the course: Assignment (30 minutes preparation).
During the course: Meals, notebook with stickers (the most important models/points), suggested assignments/initiatives and a collection of articles.
After the course: Course certificate and digital photos of the flip-over drawings that were created in plenum during the course.
In addition, you will receive a template that you can use for preparing a project description for your own project (or project proposal) and for describing the planned initiatives. You may submit your project description to us and, in return, you will receive feedback on it.
The course can be purchased independently. The course can also be purchased as part of a package solution with an incorporated discount. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Network and exchange of experience:
Course participants come from a wide variety of organisations and industries. We do our best to take advantage of this by incorporating different experiences, viewpoints and nuances into the training sessions. The many practical exercises and discussions are great opportunities for you to strengthen your network.
To participate you must previously have taken the courses:
Alternatively, you have become familiar with the fundamental project management tools in some other way. In this case, please contact:
Jesper Johannes Krøyer Lind, email@example.com, 3085 8002
for clarification before you sign up for the course.
Next course in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Start date:
- 23 October 2017 at 09:00
- 23 - 25 October
- DKK 14,850.00 excl. VAT
Training methods and instructors:
You can read more about how we train here: How to ensure learning with impact
Louisa Menne Martini
- MSc in Sociology, University of Copenhagen
- Master in Leadership and Management, Griffith University
- Process consultant
Experience and background
Louisa has several years of experience as a trainer in both the public and the private sector. In her project management training, she provides hands-on examples from her experience as a project manager. Louisa has e.g. been responsible for many organisational change projects within strategy execution as well as product innovation. Her experience makes the training realistic and easy to apply – also when the participants return home to their respective projects.
Louisa is passionate about the social dynamics in play in and around a project. To be able to lead upwards, outwards, forwards, downwards, backwards and, not least, inwards is an important skill which can be mastered with the right tools, making project management work easier and more structured.
Furthermore, Louisa’s training is very energetic, and she focuses on making the learning environment entertaining and relevant to the course participants.
Nicolai Elborough Boston
+45 5138 7424
MSc in Computer Science and business administration , CBS (1990-1996), Apprentice Bricklayer (1986-1989)
- PMP® (2011)
- Belbin practitioner (2002)
- Whole Brain HBDI (2012)
- Whole Brain NBI (2010)
- Scrum Master (2009)
Experience and background
Nicolai Elborough Boston has 17 years of professional experience as a project manager in a wide range of development projects, organizational projects and construction projects. Nicolai has also worked extensively with implementation and providing assistance in connection with project management methods, i.e. development, application and advising.
His main focus areas are:
Development and implementation of project models
Project management and training in project management