Project Management as a Business Discipline
The number of projects performed in a collaborative network of two or more companies is increasing.
As a customer, it is necessary to nurture a culture of "mission success first" and put completing over competing. As a contractor, profitability and liquidity must be maintained. Another objective is a delighted customer, who comes back for more project business.
Success in complex project supply networks (PSNs) requires project managers to apply new skills. Trained in Project Business Management, they navigate through a landscape of divergent interests, cultures, jurisdictions, and personalities in addition to the competencies needed for traditional (internal) project management.
Tapping into decades of practical experience, we provide classroom training and coaching on the job. We help project managers on various sides sides of the negotiation tables:
- Project Managers on Contractor Side:
"Making Customer Projects Profitable and the Customer Happy"
- Project Managers on Customer Side:
"Managing Project Supply Networks (PSNs) (PSNs)"
- Project Managers at Prime Contractors
"Profitability for Prime Contractors"
Adding Value with Project Management Certifications
Certification is a proven way to communicate professionalism and set stakeholder expectations.
For individuals, the hirability gets increased as prerequisites of recruiters are met and the focus of the job interview can be turned to the candidate's strengths.
For organizations selling project services and products, it gets easier to win good business, and the monetary value from the business is increased.
For organizations procuring project services and products, certified project managers signal the methodological firmness that is helpful to supervise and direct contractors and manage complex project supply networks (PSNs).
We have three of the most value-adding certifications in our training portfolio:
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