Project management for medical administrators | RACMA Masterclass
25 Mar 2019 at 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cliftons Sydney, 60 Margaret Street, Sydney NSW
No one wants to be in charge of a project which fails to achieve expectations. So don’t fall into the trap of confusing project management with process management. Project management is distinct from process management, which is about running the operational systems of the organisation. This two-day project management masterclass is designed for clinicians to provide skills to effectively plan, organise and implement any change to an organisation.
Projects are almost always about achieving outcomes based on timelines, budget and specification quality, which might require project design trade-offs. This program will involve an overview of the philosophy of project management, and the powerful tools and techniques of planning, organising and implementing projects.
We will examine tools such as work breakdown structures and scheduling tools such as Gantt Charts and Critical Path methods, so that participants can apply these in future to their project initiatives: always aimed at achieving sound outcomes through effective project development and delivery. We will workshop the types of projects conducted by participants and examine the benefits that project management approaches can bring.
Cost: $1,620 members, $1,840 non-members.
Registration closes Sunday 27 January 2019 (unless sold out prior).
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