Project Management is the future of business. Research indicates that employers will need to fill nearly 2.2 million new project-oriented roles each year through 2027.
This seminar series focuses on the skills, knowledge, and tools you will require to be a successful project manager, from recognizing the concepts and basic functions to identifying plans, utilization of soft leadership skills, and managing project risk using analytical methodologies.
Our Project Management seminar series will provide a thorough overview of the skill set needed to succeed in this burgeoning field.
Through two half-day interactive classes, learn from Goodman School of Business professors and industry leaders about:
- Scheduling, controlling, and uncertainty in projects
- Project management foundational functions
- Project planning and needs identification
- Requesting, writing, and reviewing proposals
- Network diagrams, Gantt charts, scheduling, critical path, and crashing
- Controlling the project, managing resources, and costs
Through two-half day interactive classes, learn from Goodman School of Business professors and industry leaders about:
- Detailed project documentation
- Scheduling and critical path method
- Risk management methods
- Stakeholder engagement methods
- Utilization of project management softwares
Project Management: Fundamentals
Date: February 1 & 3, 2022
Time: 1:00 – 4:30pm
Project Management: Intermediate
Date: March 1 & 3, 2022
Time: 1:00 – 4:30pm
Amy Tomaino is the Senior Administrative Officer of the Goodman School of Business. She is a certified Project Management Professional. Amy has been an administrative leader within the private, public, and education sectors for 20 years. She has led projects in the areas of strategic planning, policy development, procurement, and recreation-related construction. Amy contributed as a member of the core project team for the St. Catharines Meridian Centre Design-Build project.