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Management Analysis: Advanced Applications

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Jan 09 - Jan 12, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
Feb 13 - Feb 16, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
May 08 - May 11, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
Jul 17 - Jul 20, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
Sep 11 - Sep 14, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
Dec 04 - Dec 07, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Fri
Washington , DC $1149 O
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Course overview

Learn to apply and synthesize information, concepts, rules and principles to reach a higher level of management analysis comprehension and performance in this hands-on workshop. Guided by highly experienced instructors, review and apply management analysis tools and techniques in a structured environment to arrive at approaches or solutions to organizational issues or problems. This course is part of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Program and ManagementAnalysis.

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Who should attend?

Program and management analysts, auditors and project/program managers who have a solid understanding of management analysis or project management fundamentals will benefit from this course.You should complete the other courses required for the Certificate of Accomplishment in Program and Management Analysis before taking this capstone course or have at least one year of supervisory experience in program management, project management or management analysis.

Learning outcomes

  • Take loosely defined problems or concepts and turn them into project plans
  • Identify stakeholders and their roles in analyses and/or projects
  • Create a clear and shared vision for projects
  • Develop a measurement system that provides "early warning signs" for problems
  • Accomplish project goals effectively and efficiently
  • End your project and capture the lessons you have learned

Course outline

Syllabus -- Management Analysis: Advanced Applications, PGMT9000D, Grad. School, USDA

Day one of four

  • Review of management study concepts.

  • Review of management study tools and techniques.

  • Use software tools.

Day two of four

  • Work groups will apply tools and techniques to the first case study for the first five hours of the day, and present proposed solution(s) in a briefing format during the last two hours of the day.

Day three of four

  • Work groups will apply tools and techniques to the second case study for the first five hours of the day, and present proposed solution(s) in a briefing format during the last two hours of the day.

Day four of four

  • Work groups will apply tools and techniques to the third case study for the first five hours of the day, and present proposed solution(s) in a briefing format during the last two hours of the day.

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