New eCourse, ‘Project Work Plan: The Process’ released in the eLearning Project Management Series by ZweigWhite

Jun 20, 2011

Press Release: June 20, 2011 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (June 20, 2011) – “Project Work Plan: The Process,” a new eLearning course from ZweigWhite, examines the various work plan options available, their significance to project managers, and makes the case for the use of collaborative approaches. This is the fourth course in a large series of approximately 36 eCourses on Project Management being released by ZweigWhite over the next year. The courses feature video commentary from industry leaders and ZweigWhite experts. The course is designed and presented by Stephen C. Evans, AIA, senior project manager for a number of major projects, including Progressive Field, Bank of America Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Evans was just named director, Operations Consulting at ZweigWhite. The course also features Ed Friedrichs, chairman of ZweigWhite and former CEO of Gensler; Bob Gillcrist, project manager for the Anaheim Stadium renovation and University of Maryland Stadium addition; and Craig C. “Mac” McCoy, who was principal and project manager for the Reliant Stadium, Raymond James Stadium, and TCF Bank Stadium projects. The new course, eCourse 4 “Project Work Plan: The Process,” will break down the work plan process while explaining the reasons behind doing a work plan, what the work plan means to the project manager and the advantages and disadvantages of top-down, bottom-up, and combination work plans. This course will teach participants how to implement a team approach to the timing and detail required for collaborative work planning processes, among other work plan skills. Last month, two other eLearning courses were released, “Basic Accounting for Project Managers” and “Basic Accounting for Project Managers: A Practical Application.” Each American Institute of Architects’-approved course is one hour long and is worth one continuing education Learning Unit. The flash movie format has open entry/exit for learning at any pace and the ability to reference at any time. For more information on ZweigWhite eLearning or to view a sneak-peek of the course, visit Press Contact: Christina Zweig

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