Presented at FOSE 2013 today, May 15th, 2013, in Washington DC:
“The effectiveness of how your organization documents customer requirements at the early stages of a project can determine the success or failure of your project. Study successful approaches for accurately eliciting, documenting and validating your customer’s expectations. Learn how to engage your customer throughout the project so they become your partner in ensuring you deliver what your customer wants.
- Learn how to better elicit, document and validate customers’ or stakholders’ expectations
- Understand how to maintain customer/stakeholder engagement and develop partnerships throughout the project
Getting the right training makes the difference in whether you pass with ease or difficulty, else fail miserably. You have two choices, a classroom class or a live online class, which each have their own advantages and disadvantages. The format is another option to consider: Four or five day class or a classed conducted over several weeks.
PMI Requires Project Management Instruction…
PMI explicitly requires 35 contact hours of project management instruction, accrued at a rate of one contact hour for each hour of classroom instruction. This course work must be completed prior to submitting your PMP application. More →
For Immediate Release
Monday, January 21, 2013—Project Weavers introduced its new LinkedIn group Q&A – Ask a Question, Answer a Question as a fresh replacement for LinkedIn’s soon to be discontinued Answers. The new group will be actively managed by Project Weavers to keep it relevant and spam free.
LinkedIn recently announced they would discontinue Answers on January 31st. Answers offered an open forum for any LinkedIn member to ask and answer questions on virtually any topic. It never gained much prominence on LinkedIn and as an un-moderated area was a growing target of spammers. More →
Project Weavers Webinar (2PDU):
Understand and Use Earned Value
Please join us for a 2-hour, detailed review of earned value, including examples and practice exercises. In this live Webinar, taught by Matthew Weaver, we will cover why and when to use earned value, how to use it, and what might you do based on what earned value tells you about the health of your project. With an eye on the PMP and CAPM certification exams, Matthew will review the formulas and practice using them in several examples.
Project Weavers Webinar (1PDU):
Create an All-in-One WBS, WBS Dictionary, and Responsibility Matrix
Give us an hour and we will weave a story about creating a single Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), WBS Dictionary, and Responsibility Assignment Matrix (Responsibility Matrix or RAM). Not only that, but we will show you their value so that you will not only want to use them in your projects, but will insist on them.