Overview

Project Cost Management: Advanced Financial Concepts
PDT-BusPM-04

Project Cost Management: Advanced Financial Concepts

This workshop builds on the workshop, "Project Cost Management: A Guide to Earned Value Management,” and covers additional topics that deepen your skills and will be of benefit to anyone planning to take the PMP exam. You should have experience in earned value management or have taken the work­shop on "Project Cost Management: A Guide to Earned Value Management.” You'll cover: project selection methods used to determine the relative worth of project options; depreciation overview and methodologies; cost-estimating techniques; and the use of decision trees in financial decision-making. This workshop is geared to managers, project managers and team members on any type of project who need to understand financial concepts at a level beyond simple Earned Value. You'll do in-class exercises that will give you a chance to apply the knowledge learned and provide you with valuable practical skills. 

(This is part of the Project Management Certificate Program, but you do not need to enroll in the program to take this workshop.)

Instructor Bios

PDT-BusPM-04

Project Cost Management: Advanced Financial Concepts

  • David Connors

    David Connors

    David Connors has over 30 years' corporate experience with the IBM Corporation as an I/T professional with more than 25 years' experience in project management. His management experience includes leading a project mgmt. office in a multi-divisional, multi-national product development area. He is a member of the Project Management Institute and the PMI NH Chapter serving as Director of their Ambassador Program. He is a corporate trainer and recognized expert in project management specializing in Risk Management and certification training. His company, PM Intervention, is a Registered Education Provider for PMI.

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