This refreshed edition of Project Management for Trainers offers practical techniques for using effective project management practices to move your projects from conception to completion.
Define the project before planning the details.
A seat-of-the-pants approach to project management is no longer sustainable. Multitasking is the norm and dedicated project teams have disappeared. Today's trainer is taking on truly unique projects- and often many at once.
Seasoned learning and leadership expert Lou Russell urges you to change the way you think about project management before it's too late. Fight the urge to skip ahead to a solution and forget the slides you already have! You need to completely understand the project before diving into the details.
This refreshed edition of Project Management for Trainers offers practical techniques for using effective project management practices to move your projects from conception to completion. You'll discover how to maintain a clear focus on client goals, no matter how many changes they request or how many people get involved. Each chapter also includes exercises to help you apply these steps to a development project of your own.
Whether managing your first training project, developing materials on unfamiliar topics, or writing courses for others to deliver using new technology, Project Management for Trainers will help you strengthen your project management skills.
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Association for Talent Development; 2nd edition (January 7, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6.97 x 0.36 x 10.05 inches