The relation between the election and project management

The Intersection of Politics and Project Management

This week Theresa May sent shockwaves throughout the nation by announcing a general election, thrusting the country into another series of uncertain circumstances and causing nationwide disarray. Separated by opposing political views and contrasting opinions when it comes to Brexit, Britain is currently anything but organised and unified. But, as the Labour and Conservative parties begin the fight, it’s imperative that organisation and unity are at the forefront of their campaigns, highlighting the need for effective project management strategies. In spite of all their differences, they have one thing in common and that’s the necessity of project management.

The organisation of our country’s politics and governance is project management: it’s what coordinates and structures government policy and enables them to create political campaigns. Both parties will have a thoroughly trained and experienced project leader who will oversee the management of all projects. It will be their job to ensure that projects are thoroughly planned, that all members of the team know what they’re doing and that everyone is working towards the desired objective.

A Masterclass to Teach You the Methodology Leaders are Using

Project management is so important for our politics and it’s vitally significant for our businesses too.  In our project management masterclass on Friday 12th May at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, we’ll teach you everything you need to know about strategizing a successful project. This one day workshop will give them invaluable insight into the project management methodologies that are used around the world and help them determine what the best one is for their businesses. Delegates will gain an understanding of Agile, PRINCE2, Lean, Scrum and Kanban methodologies so that they can apply the theories to any given project management scenario. They’ll also learn how to plan and execute a successful project, covering areas like: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling. To minimise the likelihood of project failure, they’ll learn why projects fail and how to manage risk factors that threaten all projects.

The course will be comprehensive and detailed but without taking you away from your work for a long time. In a day, you’ll be given all the tools and knowledge you need to manage projects with maximum success. Lunch, tea and coffee is provided so get your bookings in and learn how to create a project underpinned by the world’s leading methodologies. Book and learn more details here or contact one of our team if you’ve got any queries.