A project manager who has not had hands-on experience planning and creating schedules and reports has difficulty in analysing and evaluating the credibility of the schedules that are presented for approval. Knowing the coding structures that will allow meaningful reports to be developed is a challenge. Monitoring progress and performance with automated dashboards and portlets needs to be understood by the project manager to ensure the team is providing the best outputs.
The Oracle Primavera P6 102 and 102A courses teach many aspects of creating schedules, but not all topics are developed in full depth, leaving many students anxious to learn more. This course focuses on using the advanced features of P6 to ensure students up their game when working on major capital projects, multi-project programs and turnaround projects.
The Oracle Primavera P6 102 and 102A courses teach many aspects of progressing schedules and creating reports, but not all topics are developed in full depth, leaving many students ready for more. This course focuses on using the advanced features of P6 to ensure students up their game on updating features to give you Earned Value, Key Performance Indicators and Productivity reporting.
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
This course is targeted at executive management and their staff or delegates who have enterprise oversight or enterprise risk audit responsibilities. The course teaches how to setup and implement Enterprise Risk Management to international standards.
This course is targeted at senior project managers and their staff or delegates who have project portfolio responsibilities. It addresses the process of evaluation of opportunities and risks in the portfolio and the best way to manage them. It enables mangers' decisions while cutting through the technical jargon.
Frequently something seems wrong in your portfolio of projects, but it is difficult to identify. Reports seem to paint a picture that does not reflect reality. The responsible executive needs to identify reporting weaknesses, spot potential trouble and drill down into it with appropriate questions. However, this process often meets barriers of opaque technical vocabulary and jargon that frustrate the effort. This course is designed to respond to that need.