Using Project Management to Gain an Edge


Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 1pm to 4:30 pm

Friday, September 23, 2011 from 1 pm to 4:30 pm

Let’s start by knowing stating the obvious about project management. It works! When the leadership team decides to support the project management approach, get ready for big results. In a nutshell, here are the benefits of project management:
Create an efficient organization
Generate revenue
Create an Efficient Organization

Here is how you can use project management to become more efficient:

Create processes that can be delegated and outsourced
Determine where quality is lacking, and create a plan to fix it
Implement a web-based training program to improve the quality of service provided to customers
Create Knowledge-based articles to improve the Service Desk function
Develop a Quality Control system that identifies potential mistakes before they happen
Create a world-class training program where employees are vigilant about customer service and quality
Identify strategies to make your employees accountable, and not just responsible
Generate Revenue

Every business is interested in more sales. If we fail to generate money, we will become extinct in short order. For that reason, project management is a vehicle that leads to higher revenue. In other words, projects are launched to keep the business growing. Proactive organizations are constantly looking for opportunities to expand, and project management helps them meet financial goals – both in the short- and long-term.

You can use project management to generate revenue in the following ways:

• Create a training program for a customer
• Develop a software application that is sold to customers in your niche
• Create a new feature or plugin that is sold to a software provider
• Initiate an HR effort where you will hire 200 people for the opening of a new unit
• Implement a safety program that will make your client OSHA-complaint
• Create an ethics web-based training program for a client who is required to meet Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) regulations
• Submit a proposal to build an off-site facility for a client to protect against a weather catastrophe
• Initiate a program to reduce the number of quality defects experienced by your customer
• Recommend and implement a trouble ticket system for your customer
• Create a mentoring program to help your customer build an excellent base of employees who are qualified to make higher-level decisions

This list is but a start. You are aware of the projects that are important to your organization. The problem, though, is that you lack the skills and time to get them going. In this webinar, you will learn how to identify the important projects, and to get them in them in the pipeline. We cannot sit still and follow a status quo mentality. Project management is proactive, and designed to make you a leader in your industry.

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