In this one-day Fall 2009 workshop titled "10 Steps to Successful Project Management" will guide and help the business professional to plan, organize, control the project effort as well as costs, and deliver the results the business demands. The session will be facilitated by Lou Russell, author of 10 Steps to Successful Project Management.   Click here to see the IPFW promotional flyer  and learn how to register.

Time is running out to sign up for our PMI-NEIC / IPFW mind mapping class.
 
The first class is November 17th   
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Mind Mapping ClassWhat is Mind Mapping?
 
Mind mapping is a powerful graphics technique that uses words, images, number and colors to help you absorb information in a manner that makes it stick and helps you learn.  It helps you visualize your subject / problem and identify the best way forward.

Why Mind Mapping?

  • Planning activities and processes
  • Communicating, presenting and organizing information
  • Problem solving, solution development
  • Note taking, researching
  • Memory recall, preparing for exams
  • Overviews, summarizing and pre-writing
  • Generating reports, essays and presentations
  • Developing, preparing and managing project plans
  • Managing meetings, actions and to-do lists
  • Thinking, brainstorming and developing new thoughts and insights
Mind Mapping and Project Management
 
Mind mapping software can be a powerful tool for managing your projects, your goals and even your to-do lists. Mind maps are very visually oriented, and enable you to gather, manage and share a large variety of information and resources quickly and easily -- making them an ideal tool for managing projects. 
 
Mind maps not only help you with initial project planning, but also status reporting and various aspects of project management. Acting like a visual "executive summary," your project maps can elegantly communicate an essential overview of your project, while also enabling team members to easily drill down to deeper levels of detail. 
 
Want to learn more about Mind Mapping?
 
Here's a great Blog on the topic
 

In this four-meeting Fall 2009 workshop from Dave Maynard and Lynn Tidwell, they will present "Microsoft® Project 2007: Basic".  Click here to see the IPFW promotional flyer and learn how to register.

Register for our Successfully Proven Online Classes--Earn PDU's:

  • Click here to learn about our Online PDU class.  Earn 10 PDU's for a very low price!

Meets PMI requirements for contact hours

  • One on one interaction with the instructor.
  • Class Discussion forum.
  • Corrections and suggestions on all weekly sample problems.

Discussions with your classmates and instructor

  • A very active, private, discussion forum.
  • Learn from fellow Project Managers.
  • Email notification of responses to your messages.

Flexible Schedule

  • The pace can be varied to suit student's needs.
  • Log on to the class 24 / 7.
  • No set class time.

Flexible Locations

  • Attend class from work or home or while traveling.
  • Students can be in ANY geographic area.