Project Management Planning Workshop
June 23rd, 24th & 25th, 2015
Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council is pleased to present a multi-day Project Management Planning Workshop and would like to invite two participants from our member nations to attend.
This workshop will allow participants to:
Understand and manage projects more effectively and efficiently
Develop project management processes and standards to ensure alignment with organizational strategic initiatives
- Maintain a progressive approach to achieve advanced management skills
The intent of this training session is to help participants develop skills in the following areas:
Project Proposal/Charter Development
Cost Budgets, Deliverables Breakdown & Schedule development
Stakeholder, Risk and Team Management
- Performance Analysis: Critical Path & Networking Diagrams
This training session also intends to aid participants in gaining knowledge in the following areas:
Differences between Projects & Programs
Project Phases: Key Steps and Outcomes
How to Organize Projects for Success
Human Factors that Impact Projects
Project Implementation: Monitoring, Evaluation and Analysis
- Project Close Out: Lessons Learned
Greg Philliban, CPM., PMP., CIF
Environmental Project Management & Sustainable Solutions
Greg has an extensive background in project and stakeholder management including over 25 years’ experience in the real property & environmental sectors and over 5 years of experience working with and delivering training to Aboriginal communities & organizations. Greg currently delivers project and stakeholder management training, facilitation, coaching and consulting services for Environmental Project Management & Sustainability Solutions (ENVPMSS).
Pacific Gateway Hotel
Room: Birch Room
3500 Cessna Dr
Who should attend?
Up to two (2) representatives from your community are invited to attend, and we encourage each community to send a team from across disciplines/departments. This workshop will be directly relevant to Chief, Council, CEO & Band Managers, Senior Management (Financial, Economic Development, Lands, Public Works, Housing, Education, Health, Consultation Managers and Officers) and Executive Assistants.