Salam Yamout is the National ICT Strategy Coordinator at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers as part of a UNDP program. From 2005 - 2010 Salam was Program Manager for Corporate Social Responsibility at Cisco. She has 20 years experience in the development and management of ICT systems for both the private and public sectors, the formulation of ICT Strategies and ICT for Development (ICT4D) programs. She has consulted with the EU, UN, ESCWA, the Ministry of Administrative Reform, and the Ministry of Economy.
Everyone in the world has 24 hours a day… but not everyone makes the best use of that time. Set yourself apart by learning the tools and techniques to manage your time and achieve your goals efficiently!
After completing Time Management workshop, you will be able to:
This course gives you the knowledge and skills to ensure that your projects are completed on time and on budget while giving your client the agreed upon product. The course uses presentations, exercises, and discussions of industry-specific examples.
Good employees are plentiful… those who can work well together are not. Today more than ever before, working professionals in all fields and positions are required to work within teams. Through our workshop, you will develop the skills you need to add value to group performance and guide the group to achieving its goals.
After completing the Team Building workshop, you will be able to:
Caroole is a co-founder and managing partner of Cre8mania, an interactive agency specialized in building online communication strategies, designing, and developing new media materials and planning and executing online marketing campaigns.Since its inception in 2002, Cre8mania’s portfolio includes some of the regions largest corporations, nonprofit organizations, and leading brands.
Carole is a certified Cisco Entrepreneur Institute facilitator after successfully completing the Institute Program Manager and Facilitator training in July 2009. She holds a Master degree in Private Law from La Sagesse University as well as an executive-level MBA from Emory University in Atlanta.
While some projects are done using only internal resources, these are only small projects. The majority of projects are completed using outside resources and contractors.
This makes the procurement process and contract management critical to successful completion of projects. A poor selection of contractors will lead to cost overruns, schedule delays, poor quality, and a final result that is not acceptable. Writing the wrong type of contract can lead to cost overruns, schedule delays, claims and litigation, and lost income. Poor contract management processes will end up with the owners not getting the results they want and no ability to recover damages.
This 3 day course will provide participants with a good understanding of the procurement process in the context to project management. different types of contracts that can be written, how to write the right contract for individual industries, and how to manage the contracts so that the work is completed successfully. Because contracts have legal implications, they must include the appropriate clauses for the specific industry and be administered correctly to avoid legal delays and problems.