[Future of Work] Project Management Simplified

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults
  • Category: Business, Science & Technology, SkillsFuture
Availability: 5
Sun, 8 Dec, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (GMT+8)


Programme 2

1 Harbourfront Walk #03-05 Singapore 098585

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults

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When it comes to managing projects, what do most businesses use? Should they purchase another tool? What are some of the features that business leaders should consider before making that purchase? Choosing the right project management tool can help to keep the project in focus, minimize waste and improve the odds of success. In the long run, having the right tool can help to manage risks, on time and on budget delivery of the project. In this interactive session, our speaker will introduce the Microsoft Project tool as one of the easily available tools in the market and get the participants to try it through some ‘hands on’ activities. 

About Future of Work
The economy and the landscape of work are fast-changing. Designed for adults seeking to stay ahead of the curve, NLB’s Future of Work series provides bite-sized yet insightful talks and hands-on sessions that help navigate and make sense of emerging trends and new concepts synonymous with the Future Economy.

Before deep diving into extended courses and training programmes, explore at libraries how critical competencies and areas, such as data analytics, design thinking, and Internet of Things, are transforming the way we work. Go to http://go.gov.sg/nlb-futureofwork to check out and register for programmes in the series.

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