Great PMs build great projects and are part of the foundation every contractor is built upon. Great Business Managers see the broader picture and lead the growth of great companies.
Good Project Managers understand the work, beginning with a good schedule that includes labor, equipment, and subcontractors. They also understand long lead procurement items, changes of conditions, and final punch list completion. Good Business Managers see the broader picture. They conduct all business with a visionary attitude, looking at every aspect of the current work and seeing how every interaction or reaction affects the business today and could affect the business in the future.
Why do you want your Project Managers to think more like managers of your business? Understanding the “Why” for your organization is critical for achieving sustainable growth. A key component for sustainable growth is systematically aligning your talent pool with the business needs of your organization, so that you have the right people in the right place at the right time. How well do you know your talent pool?
This 90-minute workshop will give you a deeper understanding for identifying your organization’s “Why” for moving forward, “Who” is in your talent pool, and “What” the next steps are for developing Project Managers into Business Managers.
The value of training cannot be measured by cost alone. It must be measured by the impact it has on your team and ultimately, the results produced. Depending on your situation, private training tailored specifically for your company may have the best return.
Cost varies based on the level of tailoring, location, and scheduling. Please schedule a conversation to see if private training could be the best option for your company.