Project Management Skills for Non-Project Managers

225.00  excl. VAT

Duration: 1 day;

Delivery dates: February 2nd 2018;

Instructor: Jordan Serbezov, PMP, MSc. in Strategic Management from Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria;

Certificate: Yes, upon completion;

Location: Erato Hall, 1408 Sofia, Vitosha blvd. 164


Course Description

Although you are not formally employed as a project manager, you may occasionally be called on to lead a small- to medium-sized project for your company. In this course, you will strategically plan a project so that you can achieve the desired results on time and on budget. You will identify its requirements and the resources you have to work with, monitor the project’s progress, and mitigate the related obstacles so that you can lead a team in bringing the project to a successful completion. This course will give you the basics on the project management process and the tools needed to manage small- to medium-size projects.

Course Objective

You will identify methods of effectively managing small- to medium-sized projects and achieving their stated objectives.

About the Instructor:

Jordan Serbezov (PMP) holds  MSc. in Strategic Management from Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria – „Business & Economics“. Jordan has 14+ years experience in project management, including managerial experience across regions, functions and cultures. Strong projects & teams leader with hands-on experience in strategic management, business operations, transitions & transformations, and customer service.

Currently Jordan holds the position of EMEA Resource Management Center Lead in DXC  Technology, where he  oversees the Labor Demand & Supply Management, operational & people management of the LDSM teams, escalations, compliance, optimizations & continuous improvement.

Fluent in English and German, Jordan Serbezov lives in Sofia, Bulgaria with his family.

Target Student

This course is intended for a wide range of managers and staff members who need to successfully manage small- to medium-sized projects.


There are no prerequisites for this course.

Delivery Method

Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Performance-Based Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • plan the project and its parameters, including its scope, requirements, resources, and constraints.
  • implement the project plan, which includes putting the work of the project in motion and delegating tasks, and then monitoring the progress of the project and managing changes as they arise.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Planning the Project

Topic 1A: Define the Project Requirements

Topic 1B: Create Your Project Plan

Lesson 2: Implementing the Project Plan

Topic 2A: Execute the Project Plan

Topic 2B: Monitor the Progress of the Project

Topic 2C: Negotiate for Success

Topic 2D: Evaluate the Process