Program and Project Management The Program Manager has the responsibility within an organization for accomplishing a task subject to various constraints, including technology limitations, performance and schedule requirements, total cost, cash flow, the preferences of customers, supervisors and subordinates, and political concerns from local to international. Balancing these constraints is the art and science of program management. More succinctly, the Program Manager's dilemma can be captured on a bumper sticker: "Good, fast, cheap -- pick any two." Engage in two days of study with Dr. Michael Griffin and gain from his experience in managing challenging, high profile programs. Leave two days of instruction with a new understanding of program management, and a road map for future success. You will learn about the criticality of the Program Manager's role in organizational success and delve into the human relations which frequently shape whether or not a project will be successful. Federally funded programs provide illustrations of program management challenges and underscore the importance of good management practice. You will benefit from the instructor's extensive insight, learning concepts which are transferrable to your own range of activity. Topics Include: Introduction Project life cycle Project definition and planning Scheduling Costing Contingency management Monitoring the project Organizational issues Directing the project The human element Coping with problems Multi-student Discount - Register three or more people from the same organization at the same time and pay only $995 per person. Phone (256) 824-6010 to register. View printer friendly flyer.