How to minimize conflicts and maximize opportunities in multicultural projects?
The cultural diversity within many cross-cultural projects require those managing them to adapt their project management approach to be in harmony with the practices and behaviours of stakeholders from these cultures. Failure to do so can lead to conflict and misunderstanding about the project purpose and structure, significant difficulties in implementation, and in some cases, to project breakdown and litigation.
This new and fundamental course, developed by Itim International and the European School of Project Management, provides participants with a deep understanding of both national and organizational cultures and how they interplay and influence multicultural projects; identifying and addressing project management practices that must be managed in order to minimize conflicts and optimize opportunities arising from the cultural mix.
The course is specifically aimed at experienced project and program professionals within organizations involved in cross-national and cross-cultural projects.
All information at:scritto da Itim il 16 April 2015