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Highly Innovative Project Management

Course objective

The highly Innovative Project Management training course provides the knowledge to start, conduct and guide a very innovative type project. These activities show specific aspects and distinctive risks mainly due to two reason i soprattutto a due ordini di motivi:

  • less predictable business development as well as the usefulness of final results
  • the business organization need to utilize known internal and external facts, insights and partnerships

The management of such projects must be formulated with tools specifically tailored for such circumstances. The objective of this training course is to provide empirical tools to better address these demands, to reach/ achieve complex but globally excellent solutions within the organization.

The training course is aimed at personnel directly engaged in technological innovation, research and development, but could be s also useful to those who perform activities in related functional areas such as: purchasing, sales, marketing and communications, logistics, finance etc. ... management control which is clearly entails a collaboration in the development of technological innovation projects.

Topics covered in the training course
  • Characteristics of project management for projects which involve a high level of innovation
  • Preliminary analysis of the strategic technologies
  • Analysis of market compatibility
  • Risk analysis
  • Matrix organization in project management
  • Project team
  • Conflict management
  • Project appraisal and planning
  • Time management techniques
  • Project management and control
  • Monitoring of project progress
  • Progress reporting
  • Final evaluation of the project
  • Practical examples using application software "Microsoft Project"
Methodology Course

The training course will be held in classroom, where the trainer analyzes the process of project management in all its aspects, defining organizational, economic or financial implications. The methodology used involves some exercises specifically designed to allow both a "know-how" learning area, by analyzing case studies of innovation oriented companies, and knowledge assessment.