Advanced Project Management Training in Denver & Phoenix
Take your Project Management skills to the next level by learning the formal skills needed for larger assignments in our Advanced Project Management training in Denver & Phoenix.
Training Class Goal
Learn the Arrows of ZengWay, a simple yet effective set of tools for the growing manager. You will have the opportunity to work in a team to set up and manage a complete Project right in the classroom, without the use of specialized software or techniques.
You have been managing projects for a while, and you know the basics, but feel unprepared for larger assignments. Or perhaps you have received introductory-level training, but want to go deeper. If you are faced with a Project surrounded by great complexity, this session will help you develop your skillset to meet the challenge and improve the quality of every Project and Situation you manage.
- The four factors to consider before launching your Project
- The two factors that you must consider at all times
- Problem-solving – the missing tools in standard Project Management
- Situation Management versus Project Management – what is the difference?
- Risk or Problem? How to tell them apart
- Problem or Decision
- Advanced Risk Management
- How to set up communication for your Project
- Effective Goal-setting
- The eight factors to manage any Situation.
Learn the advanced aspects of the Arrows of ZengWay, the system to manage any Project, Situation or Goal-oriented activity. With these tools, you can be prepared to face new Projects and complex situations with a complete systems approach. Additionally, these same tools can be applied to your daily activities.
Live & In-Person
All of the classes on this page are taught by live instructors who are present in the classroom.
Retake any public class up to 6 months after original class date....Read more
Interactive classes allow you to immediately try out new skills....Read more
Live instructors deliver our classes in an engaging and interactive way....Read more
Classes limited to 12 students for more individual attention....Read more