Any new project comes with difficulties choosing the right people, managing goals, resources, and time.
A project is different from a process.
But can one identify and eliminate those factors that are time-consuming?
Can one coordinate a team so that the result is achieved through every person who is eager to help?
We will respond together to all of this.
From identifying the interpersonal skills needed for a good project manager, to the stages of building a team, identifying needs, goals, delegating tasks, and evaluating results, you will experience this as close to reality as possible.
We start from the concept, to the correct identification of the necessary management skills of the project, team, time and further on to the level of interpersonal communication.
We analyze the control levels and mechanisms, find creative solutions to solve the conflicts, cooperation mechanisms, and we develop the ability to analyze business-oriented results.
If we add practical solutions for project implementation, case studies and exercises, the puzzle becomes complete.
Consultant with relevant experience as a Project Manager and business analyst in IT infrastructure projects and national applications, as well as process analysis and optimization.
Codrin has worked as a trainer and PM consultant in the project “Let’s Do It Romania”.
For 3 years he has been the Director at Large on Membership and Recruitment in the Project Management Institute Romania Chapter.
Codrin is accredited by CNFPA as Trainer, Project Manager and Process Enhancement Manager. He is a PhD graduate at UTCB. He holds an MBA and multiple certifications in business analysis. He also holds a Professional Certificate in Management (Open University, UK) and a Master in International Project Management within the SNSPA.
His areas of expertise are: Project Management, Business Analysis, Business Process Management, Organizational Risk Management.