A structured and systematic approach to planning and managing a project can make an enormous difference to the effectiveness of the project and to those involved with it.
Project management techniques can be applied to individuals everyday activities, to broader team goals, or to a more strategic programme of work.
With careful planning and on-going management, individuals, teams, and organisations as a whole can ensure that they achieve their operational and strategic goals to the desired time, cost and quality in as painless a way as possible.
By the end of the course you will have:
to support your own work, or related to case studies used during the course.
Develop a structured approach and a selection of tools for:
Elisabeth Goodman , Trainer
This workshop-based course will be of benefit to Library and Information Professionals in the public, private and voluntary sector that wish to find ways of planning and managing projects, whatever their size, as effectively and efficiently as possible.