Project Execution: Organizing Team and Time Resources | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University
Executive Education Programs

Project Execution: Organizing Team and Time Resources

Manage and motivate your project team to deliver results on time.

Complex projects can easily derail due to communication problems, time uncertainties, and lack of coordination among firm resources, thus inhibiting productivity and innovation throughout the organization. This workshop starts with discussion of the merits of parallel development where various contributors cooperate rather than work independently. We will present effective methods for organizing a project team with the right level of autonomy in making decisions, so as to maximize success.

Subsequently, we will introduce a framework called Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) for detailed planning and implementation. CCPM puts you in control of project implementation for on-time completion by coordinating firm resources, timely planning and execution of uncertain activities. Participants will learn how to apply this methodology in the context of their own organizations with techniques that create a supportive culture and motivate performance. Through lecture, group work and case studies, participants will learn the keys to effective project execution.


Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this program, participants will:

Who Should Attend

Engineers, general managers, human resource managers, and managers of small and large companies or nonprofit organizations.


Individual Participants: $1,390
Package Pricing: 2 class day per participant

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