Project Management Class par excellence! Examination preparation classes – PMI Certification South Africa
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Do you have to work with many different types of contracts? Need to manage schedule risk on projects where the contract used is NEC, FIDIC, GCC or JBCC? Join us at the next Contracts Power Breakfast to learn about how to work with schedule contract
How do you get clear and definite outputs when you are in the middle of a chaotic project environment? How do you apply a basic scrum approach and agile techniques in running adaptive projects? Come on the Agile Power Breakfast and learn about running agile
How do you build a Microsoft Project 2016 Gantt Chart? How do you use a Microsoft Project 2016 Gantt Chart to give your team good advice on where to focus effort in the next 21 days? Join us at the next Power Breakfast to learn
Did you know that having your PMP certificate means that you can earn on average 23% more than before you qualified? The question is: What are the exact requirements to write the PMP Exam? Join us for a Friday Executive PMP information briefing to learn
math puzzle How quick are you with solving a math puzzle? Can you solve this one? If you can solve this one, leave your name and put your answer below. Don’t rush, take some care.
Practical Project Management Course Exercise Have you been on a project management course where you are able to apply what you have learned immediately in practical team exercises? Team exercises are a great way to make the learning solid. This project management class ended with
Classic Seminars Lunch What could be better than a good Classic Seminars conversation with good food and good friends? We try to make a tradition of meeting together to enjoy food and to catch each other up on the most recent courses that we’ve taught
Written for the IBM PC, MS Project; was originally a DOS computer program. Ron Bredehoeft, a PC-enthusiast who had been connected to IBM, launched a company, Microsoft Application Services (MAS), while developing the first version of Project;. MAS later signed an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) contract with Microsoft Corporation. This program was introduced by Alan M. Boyd, Microsoft’s Manager of Product Development, as a possible tool to help with the management of many internal computer software application projects that Microsoft had been developing.