It’s said that in real estate the three most important things are location, location, location. In projects, the three most important things are communications, communications and communications. It’s that simple. Communications is THE most important element to successful project management! In healthcare is could also have serious patient implications.
Have you ever been surprised while on a project? Was it good? This workshop teaches participants strategies and tactics needed to ensure successful communications and minimize surprises even if the team is virtual. Every project stakeholder at every level, must understand how communications affect the project as a whole.
The course is designed to prepare participants for effective on-the-job communications, while providing the added benefit of following the PMI® way. If your team is following CMS, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services XLC or eXpediter, project templates will be included.
Anyone involved with PMI and the Project Management Professional – PMP or CAPM, Certified Associate in Project Management programs are awarded 8 PDUs or “Contact hours” and .8 CEUs. These credits are accepted as Continuing Education, CE Hours by HIMSS. Other Healthcare certification agencies should also accept these units.
Instructional methods for this one-day module are lecture, discussion, exercises, simulations, role-plays and workshops. Upon request, references to and inclusion of the PMI® PMBOK 5th Edition, CMS Project Communications Templates and in-house requirements are included and applied to real-world situations. Session also has participant discussions and feedback of on going project situations.