Localisation Project Management - Project execution
This is the sixth presentation in a series of six 75 minute instructor-led modules to give localisation professionals an overview of a simple effective process for managing projects successfully. The series is designed for people whose job it is to manage localisation projects so that schedule, quality and cost goals are achieved. The focus is on simple messages and techniques so that participants can improve their project management performance as soon as they return to the workplace.
What is it about?
Module 6. Project execution
The final module in this series deals with the reality that all projects face – despite the detailed planning that needs to go into a successful project, there are always unforeseen issues. We will discuss how to deal with this reality, right throughout the project, so that we can still have successful outcomes. The key topics covered are:
• The best laid plans
• Re-planning. Responding to new requests
• Adding new projects
• Re-budgeting. Project reviews
• Lessons Learned*
*A feature of the workshop is the “Lesson Learned” section which summarises the key points and learnings at the end of each module.
What will I get out of it?
Participants will get an outline of a simple effective framework to help them manage projects more successfully.
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