Global Project Management
Managing a Project with Global Stakeholders
This course is also part of the Advanced Project Management Certification: The Kerzner Approach®
to Best Practices (APMC®) curriculum. For more information, see page 30.
Managing a project where customers and
support organizations are spread over multiple
countries and continents is a major challenge
in today’s increasingly global environment.
There are different needs for communication,
an awareness of different customs and work
expectations, as well as real legal differences
which must be considered.
From identifying stakeholders and gathering
requirements to planning and controlling the
project, a global project has its own unique set
The goal of this course is to equip you with the
necessary knowledge, skills and techniques so
that you can establish effective management
and leadership in an environment with a
diverse set of stakeholders.
A good working knowledge of project
management, as well as exposure to project
Who Should Attend
Project managers and all project team
members responsible for initiating, planning
and controlling a global project
Identifying stakeholders, gathering their
requirements and creating an effective
communications plan with them
Leveraging the most appropriate tools
and techniques for operating in a global
Customizing stakeholder interaction and
project control based on local customs and
What You Will Learn
You’ll learn how to:
Identify unique characteristics of global
Identify and analyze global stakeholders for
Communicate effectively with global
Identify cultural differences and determine
how to handle them during the project
Control global projects
Close a global project
Course goals and objectives
Global Project Management
What is a global project?
Why is it different from other projects?
Initiating the Global Project
Starting a global project
Identifying and analyzing stakeholders
The communication plan
Selecting the project manager
A global project charter
Planning the Global Project
Requirements gathering for a global project
Defining the scope
Estimating and scheduling difficulties for
Staffing the global project
Developing the risk plan
Executing the Global Project
Team building for a global project
Procurement on a global basis
Monitoring and Controlling the Global Project
Closing the Global Project
Lessons learned for global projects
What did we learn, and how can we
implement this in our work environments?
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#8871 / Four 3-hour sessions
CEU Credits: 1.2 / PDU Credits: 12 / CPE Credits: 14
Price: USD 850
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