Worry Management is the ability of the Project Manager/Leader to identify and manage the attention given to elements of the project that can cause the project difficulties. Successful Project Leaders are able to properly manage these concerns, issues, and “fires” that routinely confront a project team in the pursuit of effectively completing their project.
This course provides Project Leaders with the tools and techniques which will help them to catalog a worry (e.g. issue, risk, assumption, etc.) for later consideration, to develop a plan to address the worry, and to marshal assistance in the execution of the plan to dispose of the worry and to move on.
Students of Advanced Strategies' Worry (Risk) Management Course will return to work:
- Understanding the importance of using an organized and structured approach to worry management.
- With strategies to enable them to focus their worries on the right things.
- With techniques to ensure key worries are addressed appropriately (not overemphasized, forgotten, or ignored).
- With techniques to enable them to let go of things that need to be let go.
- With tips and techniques for ensuring the stress of the project does not overwhelm their ability to function personally or professionally.
- The Role of the Project Manager
- Why It Is the Project Manager’s Job to Worry
- The Philosophy of “Effective Worrying”
- Tools for Structured Worry Management
- Identifying Key Drivers and Success Factors
- Managing Issues, Risks, and Assumptions
- Importance of “Letting Go”
Who Should Attend:
This course is targeted for anyone leading, sponsoring or working on a project team including: Project Managers, Project Team Members and the Managers of Project Managers.
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