Records and Information Practitioners can no longer rely solely on our industry-specific skills as our roles have evolved and now require transferable or soft skills such as project management. Most types of work can be classified as a project although the size, length and complexity of the project will always differ, therefore we all need to have project management skills to plan, delegate, monitor and control activities and aspects of the project to achieve the project objectives.

Let’s take you through the project life cycle from project start to completion to make project management an enjoyable journey.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this workshop, you should be able to:

  • Understand project management and project elements and the most common methods.
  • Identify project resources and common project roles and responsibilities
  • Identify the common stages when managing a project
  • Create a project management plan
  • Develop a project schedule