About this Quick-Start Workshop
The Create a Project Charter workshop focuses on bringing project stakeholders together to define the most critical components of the project that will deliver the IT solution to your customers. After you have completed the Business Case to select your preferred solution, you're now ready to define the project that will deliver that solution to your customer. To formally define a new project, you need to document its Project Charter. The Project Charter states the boundaries for undertaking the project by describing its scope, organization and proposed implementation approach.
- Define the project vision, objectives, scope and deliverables (i.e. what you have to achieve)
- Identify the project stakeholders, roles and responsibilities (i.e. who will take part in it)
- Describe the proposed approach towards implementing the project (i.e. how it will be undertaken)
- Identify the key meetings, workspace and tools the team will use (i.e. how we will work together)
- Identify the risk, issues and dependencies that may impact the project
Over the course of four days, our expert facilitators will help you and your team work through the key steps and activities required to complete an initial draft of a Project Charter for your project. Each day of the workshop is designed to help your team develop the most important content areas utilizing our our best practice tools, templates and processes.
Is your IT project highly complex? Ask us about our time extension packages available.
Meet our Workshop Facilitator, Gary Green
Gary specializes in needs assessments, developing roadmaps, and coaching leaders to help navigate the technology challenges within an organization. With a nearly 30-year history in consulting and leading IT organizations, Gary is widely recognized for his ability to connect people, processes, and technology to enhance and drive IT value within an organization. Gary has held business planning consultant and subject matter expert (SME) positions with Electronic Data Systems (EDS), Lilly, Kraft Foods, Frito-Lay, T-Mobile, and Safety-Kleen. and Hewlett-Packard (HP) where he consulted with Fortune 500 company leaders to develop mobile strategies, roadmaps, advised and lead key projects.
Why QuickStart Workshops?
1) Get More Done in Less Time.
Our QuickStart Workshops are designed to help your IT Project team get more done in less time. In the workshop, your team will spend 4 intense and focused days working with an expert facilitator to help your team make key decisions and complete best practice templates and tools necessary to achieve the key objectives of the workshop.
2) Save Money. Reduce Hassle.
No need for long consulting assignments or contracting with expensive staffing agencies to get your IT project started. Our flat rate of $12,000 per workshop can help you complete the key deliverables needed to plan and implement a successful IT project.
3) Experienced Facilitators.
Our QuickStart Workshops are facilitated by specialists in IT Project Management who have an average of 10 years experience in successfully planning and implementing IT projects.
4) Leverage Best Practice Tools & Processes.
For each QuickStart Workshop, we provide up to five workbooks to enable your working team to quickly complete the key deliverables of the workshop.
Our workshop materials are based on extensive research of best practices that are aligned with the PMBOK Guide and Standards from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
QuickStart Workshops are designed to complete specific deliverables required to plan and implement a successful IT Project. Each workshop is carefully planned and tested to accelerate communication and decision making with the team.
World-Class Workshop Facilities
For hosted in-person workshops, Darby Consulting provides a 20,000-square-foot training center located in the Energy Corridor of Houston, TX. Our recently remodeled facility includes a large computer-based training center, break-out rooms and commissary kitchen.