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Training EU Staff on Project Management Techniques

Standardising project management techniques within European Institutions


In today's fast-paced and rapidly evolving world, project management has become a critical skillset. Businesses and public institutions are continuously striving to deliver quality projects on time, within budget, and meeting stakeholders' expectations. As a result, the need for trained project managers has never been more important.

Statistics on Poor Project Management

Project Management is not simple. Project managers are faced with many challenges to keep their projects on track when it comes to timeframe, budget and scope.

Both the public and the private sectors are affected by poor project management.

Some notable statistics show that:

  • 1-in-6 projects overshoot their schedule by 70%.

  • 25% of projects fail due to inaccurate task time estimates.

Poor project management has a costly impact on companies and public institutions.

The Challenge for European Institutions

European Institutions are no exception to the challenges of project management. The vast number of projects they undertake, from infrastructure development to research and innovation, requires expert project management skills. The complexity and interdependence of these projects require a standardised approach to project management to ensure successful delivery.

The Solution: Our Project Management Training Programme

To address this challenge, we developed a project management training programme tailored to the specific needs of European Institutions. We combined project management theory and practical experience to equip participants with the tools and techniques required to manage projects successfully.

Key Elements of Our Project Management Training

Our training programme covered the key elements of project management, including:

  • Project Initiation: understanding the project's goals, objectives, and requirements

  • Planning: creating a project plan, developing a project schedule, and identifying project risks

  • Execution: managing project tasks and resources, monitoring project progress

  • Monitoring: tracking and reporting project performance, making adjustments as necessary

  • Closing: wrapping up the project

Benefits of Our Project Management Training

On completion of the training, participants had a clear understanding of what defines a project and general project management methods. They were also able to apply the acquired knowledge to their own projects. Our training programme aims to equip participants with the skills and tools they need to manage projects successfully, delivering quality projects on time and within budget.

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