IMPORTANT NOTICE: This program is traditionally a face-to-face classroom training program, but the Fall 2020 Semester section will be held online as we prioritize distance learning in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Project management skills are no longer just for high-level leaders and managers. Understanding project management methods and processes has become a required core competency for all team members.
In nonprofit organizations, often people who aren’t career project managers are asked to lead a project - and with unreasonable expectations for output. Learn how to implement simple and easy project management principles into your nonprofit’s standard operating procedures and start to do more with less today!
Project Management for Nonprofit Organizations is a condensed version of Introduction to Basic Project Management and will introduce a simple ‘must-do’ structure for leading a project.
Course content is applicable to traditional nonprofit projects including grant reporting, research, fundraising campaigns, and expansion.
All course resources and materials will be provided.
John P. Tansey has a history of guiding technical companies through compliance risk and/or commercial challenges. His Project Leadership approach (to Project Management) was developed after years of delivering strategic initiatives in the most highly regulated industries ranging from $30M Global Programs to $3M Small Businesses; including grenade launchers, aircraft parts, and medical device. John now helps companies control Cost, Quality, and Schedule through the PM Partnership; an outsourced Project Management business for companies who don't retain that expertise in-house. John holds a BSME from UNH in 2004, and an MBA from UNH in 2009; In 2008 he was a Holloway semi-finalist. Additional certifications include Six Sigma Black Belt, PMP, and Spanish Bi-lingual.