Project Manager's Project Definition Kit
Take a jumble of ideas, needs, and requests and turn it into a well-defined project brief
You have a new Project coming up...
Your first step is to Define it with Precision.
What you need is
The Project Manager's
Project Definition Kit
Take a jumble of ideas, needs, and requests and turn it into a well-defined project brief.
'Mike has successfully led and delivered many complex programmes – exceeding client expectations and building high performing teams wherever he goes. His continuing energy and enthusiasm to develop and learn, and to share his exciting ideas and insights so freely is a continual inspiration.'
- Rex Mackrill -
3 Powerful Components to Your Project Definition Kit
12-part Email sequence guides you through the process
At the heart of your Project Definition Kit is a 12-part email series Each email guides you through your learning, about one part of your project definition.
But more than that, it sets you your tasks to use what you've learned, to build your own project definition kit.
And, in your first email, you can choose whether to take it steadily and get one email a week, or move to fast track and receive a new email each day.
Video Training modules conveys the knowledge you need
Your learning is centred around more than 30 high-quality training videos. Together, you'll get over 220 minutes (3 hours+) of video content. Plus, there are also numerous articles for you to dive into the topics in depth.
Each email will guide you to the right videos as you move, step by step, through your Project Definition Process.
Supporting materials make it easy to build your definition
Alongside your video and text content, you'll get checklists, and templates. These make you Project Definition Kit immensely practical. You can use them and adapt them to your circumstances. They will speed you along, while ensuring you don't miss anything out.
But best of all...
You get personal support from your trainer, Dr Mike Clayton.
Each module has a comments box where you can ask the questions you need answered.
- Don't understand the content? Ask Mike.
- You think something may be missing? Ask Mike.
- Not sure how to apply the content to your situation? Ask Mike.
- Want some tips and guidance for your project? Ask Mike.
'You have have skilfully used analogies and mental pictures together with clear illustrations to explain tough managements concepts. I should congratulate you for the great effort you put to produce the quality course which I think is second to none.'
- Dr Sharief Ibrahim -
So, why should you invest in the Project Definition Kit?
Because you will...
- ... be able to hit the ground running, with confidence and clarity
- ... have access to comprehensive learning materials
- ... get a set of tools and checklists, to ensure you get it right and don't miss a step
- ... make progress while you learn, and learn while you define your next project
- ... get answers to all your questions, direct from the program's author, Dr Mike Clayton.
So, the question is, why wouldn't you invest in this program?
'The unique thing about the training from OnlinePMCourses is that you can interact with your trainer. This isn’t a study-in-isolation type programme, although of course you can do that if it suits your learning style. Mike is committed to giving you the support you need to make the course a success, so he has included a comments section in every module of the course. Ask your question and he’ll get back to you.'
- Elizabeth Harrin -
What's my investment?
The Project Manager's Project Definition Kit
will help you give your projects the foundation to succeed.
How much is that worth?
- 12 emails
- 30+ videos
- 3.5+ hours of video content
- Project Definition Checklists
- Project Definition Templates
- Get answers to your Project Definition questions
Get started now!
Mike Clayton has been a successful and innovative project manager.
He has led large project teams and managed large groups as a Senior Manager at international consulting firm, Deloitte.
And he has coached and trained many thousands of project managers.