Dec
14
Thu
PMP Enhanced Study Sessions @ Webinar
Dec 14 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
PMP Enhanced Study Sessions @ Webinar | Dripping Springs | Texas | United States

Successful Projects, in cooperation with Blue Marble Enterprizes, is offering Enhanced Study PMP® Webinars with Frank P. Saladis. The purpose of the webinars is to enhance and focus your PMP exam study, provide tips, share relevant examples and bring everything together for better understanding of the information presented in the PMBOK®. This series will be held twice and is designed for those near-ready and who intend to sit for the PMP exam before the March 26, 2018 deadline.
Each information-packed interactive Enhanced Study PMP Webinar Series includes two three-hour webinars and you will walk away with increased confidence in your level of preparedness to pass the exam. You will also get a copy of Frank’s study notes, full of tips and examples, developed and refined over many years of teaching PMP exam preparation and access to a full set of mock exam questions. And, if you can’t make one of the live sessions or if you just want to listen again as you study, no worries, we will have a link to the recorded sessions available for registered attendees after each session.
The information-packed interactive Enhanced Study PMP Webinar Series will be offered in December 2017 (12/8, 12/14) and again in January 2018 (1/3, 1/9) for only $100.00. This is an incredible value for the price! Sign up now and be better prepared to pass the PMP Exam!

PMP and PMBOK are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Jan
9
Tue
Thinking Positive About Risk Management @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub
Jan 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Thinking Positive About Risk Management @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub

All projects large and small benefit from the preparation and implementation of a Risk Management Plan. This session introduces techniques and tools that you can take back to your project and implement immediately.

PMP Enhanced Study Webinar @ Webinar
Jan 9 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Jan
16
Tue
What is a Project? How to Identify and Initiate for Success @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub
Jan 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
What is a Project? How to Identify and Initiate for Success @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub | Dripping Springs | Texas | United States

Projects exist in all industries and any size of business. With the rush of day-to-day activity, it is often difficult to separate project work from daily operations or regular, ongoing work. When work, that is project work in nature, gets executed as a collection of tasks without proper planning, organizations incur higher costs, deadlines get missed and stakeholders get frustrated. In this workshop, we will discuss real-world situations to teach you how to identify projects vs operational activities and the issues that can result by misidentification. Once you identify that you have a project, it’s time to initiate or start the project off right! We will discuss creating a project charter and defining scope. A charter formally authorizes the project and conveys from the business sponsor’s perspective the purpose of the project, the project’s objectives, and desired deliverables. The scope statement further defines the desired business value and deliverables and what activity is included and not included in the project. This structured approach will help ensure everyone shares the same vision and helps you plan and execute your project more effectively.

Jan
30
Tue
Building an Effective Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Building an Effective Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) @ Sententia Vera Cultural Hub | Dripping Springs | Texas | United States

You may wonder what is a WBS? Well, a solid WBS is a key tool for the entire project plan and done at the right level of detail it can help you negotiate scope and resource trade-offs. It’s the one thing that no good project should be without. In this session we will teach you what the WBS is and discuss building effective work packages at the right level of detail. This tool helps you plan all the necessary work, and only the necessary work needed to meet project objectives. It is also the basis for your project schedule which guides the flow of your work to ensure things are done in the right order. We will have fun with it too using the software tool Trello to create a WBS in class.