Handling Unrealistic Project Schedules eLearning Course

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Handling Unrealistic Project Schedules eLearning Course

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Do your schedules seem to be workable during planning, but fall apart during execution? Have you ever struggled to get management buy-in on a schedule that is based in reality? Has your boss given you a project deadline you believe is completely unrealistic? There are proven techniques used by experience PMs for handling common scheduling problems on projects, and in just 8 hours you can learn them! This online course includes the following features:

  • A 7-section interactive tutorial
  • Downloadable forms and templates
  • 7 video clips and 34 interactive exercises

Also, you may earn 8 Contact Hours toward earning a PMP®, CAPM® or PMI-SP® certification or 8 PDUs toward retaining your PMP® certification (or 4-8 PDUs toward retaining other PMI certifications). The PMI Talent Triangle® breakdown for this course is 6 Technical, 2 Leadership, 0 Strategic (if used for PMP® certification retention, other certification breakdowns may vary)

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Format Online Course
Subjects Project Management
Hours 8
Subscription 30 Days
SKU ONLINESCHEDULES
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