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This “nuts and bolts” seminar teaches the concepts and tools of effective project management for architects, engineers, principals, project managers, and others involved in the business processes of A/E firms. Participants will learn how project managers can help to market projects, control design costs, and effectively manage the project team. The seminar will cover the following areas of project management:
• Controlling Project Design Costs
• Project Management Concepts
• Project Delivery Systems
• Project Development Steps
• Project Manager’s Role, Characteristics and Skills
Join Howard Birnberg, an architect by training and Executive Director of the Association for Project Managers, to discover the best approaches to effective project management that you can immediately apply in your own organization.
Mr. Birnberg is the author of numerous books and manuals including “New Directions in Engineering and Architectural Practice," McGrawHill, 1992, “Project Management for Building Designers and Owners,” CRC Press, 1998, “Project Management for Small Design Firms," McGrawHill, 1992 and “Project Management for Designers and Facilities Managers,” J. Ross Publishing, 2008.
He was formerly an instructor in the Office of Executive Education at the Harvard University, Design School and formerly at the University of Wisconsin, Engineering Professional Development Program, Madison where he constructed “Effective Project Management For Building Design and Construction” for nearly 20 years. He also served as a visiting adjunct assistant professor at Michigan State University conducting a project management distance learning course.
*This training session is not product focused, it is best practice training.*
Duration: 3-part training; 2 hours per session on 3 consecutive Wednesdays - 10am-12pm; May 6th, May 13th, May 20th
*this can be included in the 3-pack discount, but will count as only 1 training session