Project Management for Engineers and Managers
Achieving long-term vision requires careful planning and the ability to anticipate every aspect of a project. This course will give individuals with leadership, managerial and supervisory roles within your organization the tools to more effectively plan, allocate, and control the available resources. From project selection, staffing and cost estimation to scheduling, resource allocation and auditing, participants will have the tools to tackle major projects and achieve long-term success.
Elements of Project Management
Project Organization and Staffing
Project Monitoring and Control
Leadership and Organizational Impacts
Who should attend?
Plant managers, VP of operations, engineering managers, project managers, senior and middle managers, individuals with managerial and supervisory responsibilities.
Dr. Hamid R. Parsaei is a professor of mechanical engineering and associate dean of academic affairs at Texas A&M University at Qatar. In addition to his 27 years of academic experience, Dr. Parsaei has also served as vice-president for Integrated Technology Systems, Inc., an engineering and computer consulting firm in USA. Dr. Parsaei has delivered lectures and workshops on leadership, project managements, economic and cost analysis, and manufacturing automation. He has served as editor in chief, member of editorial board, and associate editor to several peer reviewed journals. Dr. Parsaei is a registered professional engineer (PE) in Texas (USA) and a fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (FIIE).