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Systematic Project Management

One-Day Workshop

This is both an excellent stand-alone workshop and the perfect prerequisite for specialized project management learning. This workshop teaches how to define, plan and implement projects. Participants learn to break projects down into specific action steps and how to schedule and track the completion of these steps. Included is a project troubleshooting strategy to reduce project risks by targeting high threat potential problems with preventive and contingent actions.

Project management for mere mortals. Now, more than ever, people’s job responsibilities require handling a rolling series of projects. Therefore, more people need project management training. This workshop teaches a simple and clear procedure for individuals and teams to develop a detailed master plan. A good project master plan is needed to integrate project work with other responsibilities.

Software is the last thing you need! The ability to create a good master plan is a critical prerequisite for learning and using any project management software.  [Our simple Excel-based, electronic project management workbook is a great tool for mentoring, tracking, making e-reports and action step uploads into MS Project (if desired)].

The workshop design involves participants with interactive presentations, case study work, and skill building exercises. Each workshop includes ample time for participants to apply these ideas to their own projects.



“BACKGROUND: The BPI Project Management Workshop and its concepts were created as a customized workshop to fill a need for the SPRINT UNIVERSITY OF EXCELLENCE. Read what the Director of Course Development had to say about what we created for her!

“I want to thank BPI for the excellent workshop you created for us. We very much needed a one-day workshop on project management basics that could provide a stand-alone process anyone could use. Your workshop filled the bill exactly. I especially value the time participants spend practicing and applying the concepts to their own projects.

“A pleasant bonus is that the IT Department has adopted the program as a prerequisite for their MS Project training.

“We have received excellent feedback from new and experienced project leaders from technical and non-technical areas.

“We certainly hit a home run on this one!


Director of Course Development
Sprint’s University of Excellence
Overland Park, KS


NOTE: Because the ancestor of every project is a decision, refer to our Critical Thinking for Leaders or Systematic Decision Making workshops in creating your curriculum.

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