Before airline pilots go anywhere near an actual aeroplane they spend hours in a simulation gaining valuable experience in a safe environment.
Now your Project Managers can gain valuable experience in a safe environment too. The Challenge of Egypt is a simulated project environment where they can practice their skills and knowledge, learn from mistakes and improve their ability to manage complex real world projects:
We trained our employees, employees passed the Prince2® or PMI certification.
We implemented the Project Management framework but we still run out of budget, finish too late, risks weren’t well managed, the final result isn’t what was required.
“After running the Challenge of Egypt™ we now have a clear picture of how we want our projects to be managed. We explore the key roles, the key processes and the Key behaviors. We used the action list in our day-to-day work.”
We are in ancient Egypt. The Pharaoh asked the leader of the steering group to build a Pyramid to secure his journey to the afterworld. This being essential for his eternal existance. The steering group assigns a Project Leader and a project team to execute the project. The team has to deal with all kinds of events and set backs to keep the project within Scope, Quality, Budget and Time. This requires managing work packages, managing risks, managing tolerances and all those other best practice project management processes and procedures. But be prepared. The Pharaoh comes with other issues and has other ideas which may impact the project.
The simulation will be customized towards your own specific needs and learning objectives. But in general these are the main objectives:
|Duration of the simulation:||1 day|
|Number of participants:||8 – 12|
|Basic expertise:||No basic understanding of project management and processes is needed|
Are you looking for ways to help translate PM theory into practice, gain buy-in for PM best practices or a way to assess and improve your project management performance?
Contact us today on 0800-246-1-468 FREE or email: email@example.com to arrange a Challenge of Egypt simulation for your project team.