Durations: 5 days
The complex telecom hierarchy of network, application and content has made interactions between service providers, vendors, and customers extremely challenging. In addition, a combination of regulatory, economic and technological changes are forcing telecom companies to deliver their products faster, with higher quality and lower cost. As the telecom industry experiences ongoing rapid change, projects remain the driver of the industry’s evolution and are crucial to the success of the telecom companies. Conducting projects in such a dynamic environment requires the disciple that formal project management fosters. This course covers the theory and practice of managing telecommunication projects, tailoring its discussion to the unique needs of the telecommunications industry. This course illustrates, via sample projects, the application of project management as advocated by the PMI – to the special needs of the telecom industry.
Who will Benefit:
Project managers, project personnel, contract personnel, supervisors and other project stakeholders.
A general knowledge of the telecom industry is presumed.
Mode of Delivery:
Consultant led classes, moderated discussions, and case studies
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