Project Management

The number and complexity of tasks continue to increase. Project work is no longer the exception but the rule.

  • Interdisciplinary and cross-departmental cooperation is increasingly required.
  • More and more projects are implemented at various locations and in several countries.

This is extending the reach, not just in geographical terms but also culturally. This is why the right composition of the individual project team, both with regard to professional skills and personal traits, as well as communication within the team is becoming ever more critical to the success of any project.

Project management is the formula for successfully controlling complex tasks.


"How to manage projects in line with the targets, schedule and budget"


Participants will be provided with the methodical tools required for the successful design, implementation and managing of projects.

  • The four phases of project management
  • Definition of project targets, milestones, and task packages
  • Development of time schedule, resource plan, and financial plan
  • Methods and tools for managing projects
  • Quality management
  • Risk management
  • Communication and team leadership
  • Project closure and process improvement

The benefit to you

SIA Consult builds on an application-oriented approach. Therefore it is possible and desirable to integrate specific projects or project proposals of your company into the training. Upon completion of the training the participants will leave with initial results (project goals, milestones, task packages, time schedules, resource plans) on which they can proceed immediately.

  • Methods for the efficient managing of projects are internalized
  • In particular, intercultural teams (with members from various disciplines, departments, subsidiaries, and countries) will be able to work together more effectively
  • Friction losses are minimized
  • Project targets are attained in line with the budget and schedule
  • Transparency and topicality warrant planning security and quality
  • The participants become acquainted with a "somewhat different" critical path to successful project management:
    • Team / resources:
      Are the right human resources with the required skills and knowledge being employed?
    • Documentation:
      Are oral agreements, practices and results being documented?
    • Risk management:
      How much importance is attached to risk management?
    • Quality management:
      How important is quality management? For example, is fault finding being facilitated?
    • Scheduling:
      Of what relevance is scheduling? Are binding target dates being fixed and tasks scheduled, and are those schedules being met?