Project Management Resource Scheduling
Corporate IT Forum workshops are requested by and specifically designed for IT professionals striving for best practice in the corporate environment. Free from supplier involvement, delegates receive real-world information from experienced and unbiased peers.
One of the key challenges in delivering projects on time and budget is resource scheduling.
Prioritising projects and aligning the resource can be one of the most challenging aspects of project resource scheduling. But the reality of competing priorities, slippage, project and programme interdependencies all impact on management, budgets and timely delivery.
It is therefore essential to have the flexibility and agility to deliver effectively in a constantly changing and, on occasions, conflicting landscape.
What methodologies are the most effective to use in today's ever changing business environment? How does a project manager address all these issues and maintain a successful resource schedule?
Possible agenda items may include:
- Project prioritisation
- Resource alignment / allocation
Managing slippage, competing priorities and conflict
Workforce / resource planning
As with all Corporate IT Forum workshops, the final agenda will be shaped by delegates to match their specific business needs. The workshop is aimed at specialists but anyone with an interest in these areas will benefit.
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