It is imperative to the success of any organization that projects be managed well. Projects are the vehicle for making major improvements, however the risks are often high, the costs can be high, and the resources are usually limited. It is not enough for a project manager to be good in their business area and have good interpersonal skills. A project requires more formality to ensure the initiative stays on track, assess any impacts on existing resources, provided communication to all affected, and avoid or lessen risks to current operations. MSI employees have led projects ranging in size from very small to large mission-critical systems, tailoring all aspects of the life cycle.
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It is imperative to the success of any organization that projects be managed well. Projects are the vehicle for making major improvements; however the risks are often high, the costs can be high, and the resources are usually limited. Miklos Systems provides Software Project Management Training to a variety of government and commercial customers. The class includes the following topics:
Have you ever struggled with a problem and not been able to think of a novel solution? Or, perhaps worse, developed an inspired solution and had no idea how to do it again or explain to others how it happened? This seminar defines a number of techniques that will provide you with skills to overcome these problems. It is taught using a large number of exercises and class interactions involving the following topics:
Using the Defect Prevention Process (DPP), specialists examine their own errors (Causal Analysis) to find ways to improve their processes. DPP provides an opportunity to implement a continuous improvement program involving an entire organization. DPP is built around three principles: