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Managing Successful Analytical Projects

  Ref. 403  
  Ian Seath
  14 - 15 June 2016, Birmingham
  £1,010 + VAT Members
  £1,110 + VAT Non-members


   Foundation NA

This workshop uses delegates' own projects and experience to introduce methods for managing analytical projects from end-to-end, using relevant tools along the way. Virtually every piece of work done by analysts, economists and researchers is a project, or could benefit from applying project-thinking. This course is designed specifically for them.

A pre-requisite is that attendees should have a current, or upcoming project, to use during the workshop.

You’ll learn about the four stages that every project goes through and how to manage these, how to ensure an analytical project is initiated effectively, how to identify and manage relationships with project stakeholders. You will also learn how to apply some simple planning tools, including risk mitigation and how to track and control progress of a project.

  • Cut through Project Management jargon
  • Take away practical tools to help improve your own projects
  • Practise applying the learning to a “real” project during the workshop
  • Identify the success (and failure) factors for managing projects
  • Practical tips and tools for engaging with stakeholders and managing their expectations

Course Provider: Ian Seath

If you are interested in further information, have any requirements (e.g. an alternative course date), or have difficulty booking a course online then please contact Jennie Phelps. It is recommended that courses are booked online. If this is not possible, then please print off, fill and fax or post the Training Course Booking Form.

Jennie Phelps   Address:  The OR Society, Seymour House, 12 Edward Street, Birmingham, B1 2RX, UK
  Tel: +44 (0)121 233 9300
  Fax: +44 (0)121 233 0321