With over 40 courses offering PDU accreditation, AMA Training for Advanced Project Managers is designed for veteran PMPs who want to maintain their active certification status while developing advanced project management skills. Our solutions feature:
- Leadership: learn how to effectively serve both the needs of your team members and the needs of your project.
- Project Cost Management: in a time where "better, faster, cheaper" is emphasized in every project proposal, understanding the cost aspect of managing projects is an invaluable asset for generating buy-in to your ideas, and successfully completing projects on time and within budget.
- Multi-Project Management: learn how to develop a culture for consistent, standardized Multi-Project Management (MPM) practices, utilize proven metrics for MPM performance and implement innovative tools and techniques for successful completion of multiple projects.
- Project Scope and Requirements Management: gathering requirements, managing scope and meeting customer expectations play a major part in every project's success or failure.
Continue your ongoing professional and educational development with AMA Training for Advanced Project Managers. Check below for a suggested listing of learning solutions for experiencs PM professionals:
AMA is a Registered Education Provider of PMI®, "PMI", "PMP" and "PMBOK" are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Process Management: Applying Process Mapping to Analyze and Improve Your Operation
This process management seminar provides you with proven tools to successfully implement business improvements including process mapping techniques
Best Practices for the Multi-Project Manager
Ace multiple-project assignments by balancing time and resources. This updated seminar provides you with examples of best practices within the profession.
The Art of Managing Risk in Your Project Portfolio
Done properly, management of risk at the project portfolio level can deliver significant value to your organization.
Aligning Projects with Strategy
There's strategy, and then there's project management, and seldom the twain shall meet-but it doesn't have to be that way. Here's a checklist of questions for senior executives and sponsors to help make sure the corporate projects are aligned.
From Crysis to Control
Is your organization controlling its projects, or vice versa? A successful project management system may require that a significant organizational cultural change take place-sooner rather than later.
Project Cost Management: Estimating, Budgeting and Earned Value Analysis
You will learn to apply proven methods, tools and techniques to prepare estimates, develop and monitor budgets, manage cash flow, and use earned value analysis (EVA) to ensure that the project’s ROI is achieved.
Moving from an Operational Manager to a Strategic Thinker
This seminar gives you the right practice to close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. You'll conduct SWOT analysis, leverage key prospects for strategic opportunities and inspire risk taking and innovation.
Deliver a High ROI
Failure to meet ROI targets is a significant problem across all types of projects. AMA looked at best practices for delivering on the ROI of projects in this illuminating Webcast.
Juggling School for Project Managers
Are you managing so many projects that you feel more like a juggler than a manager? Here's a five-step project prioritization plan guaranteed to help tame the chaos.
Learn how to identify decision criteria by prioritizing scope, schedule and costs during project planning.
A Six Sigma Approach to Achieving Project Management Quality
Project success, consistent processes and superior results are just a few of the benefits gained by adapting the Six Sigma principles that world-class companies use to improve their project management quality.
Leadership and Team Development for Managerial Success
Learn how to work in a horizontal mode of operation...apply a consistent theory in leading your team...and teach critical leadership skills to members of your team, so each and every one of them can lead the team in your absence.
Achieving Project Success Through Business Analysis
Faced with conflicting requests from customers, users, partners, competitors, and regulators—the role of the business analyst to define and prioritize requirements, foresee related impacts, and create actionable plans is critical.
A Fresh Take on Complexity Costs
Six principles that enable companies to simplify operations and thereby cut costs.
Stop Fighting Fires
More organizations are using new enterprise-wide applications of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) to identify the efforts that will make the greatest contribution to their bottom line....