Course Background and Objective

This two-part course will upgrade your knowledge and skills, and will show you how to become the business leader of your project. You will learn leading your team with the right strategic vision, inspiration, energy, and fun, and using the Diamond of Innovation, to adopt your project to its unique challenges and environment. Your next projects will stand out, and you will be ahead of the game.

In the first part, SPL Foundations, you will learn the fundamental concepts and principles of SPL, and receive an overview of the SPL tools. In the second part, SPL Applications (Foundations 2), you will learn the practice of applying the SPL methodology to your actual project. You will create an initial SPL plan and will be able to immediately apply it to your project and your company.

20 PDUs
 Regular Cost $900
Group Discount $800 (for 2 or More)
PMI Talent Triangle Share of PDUs:
Business Leadership Technical
10 6 4

What Will Your Learn

  • Learn to function as the project’s business leader, using a strategic mindset for highly profitable and winning projects
  • Learn to deal with ‘one size does not fit all” and adapt your project to it’s specific level of innovation for better timely delivery
  • Learn to lead with vision to inspire your team with passion and fun
  • Acquire a formal strategic tool-kit, which you could immediately apply

Who Should Attend

  • Project and program managers
  • PMP Certificate holders – (You don’t need a PMP to take the course)
  • Team members and team leaders
  • People preparing to become project managers
  • Executives, directors, and PMOs

SPL Foundations - Topics

1. Why We Need The Next Generation of Project Management
2. Introduction to Strategic Project Leadership® (SPL)
3. From Initiation to SPL® Planning and Strategy
4. Redefining Project Success
5. Creating Value
6. Project Innovation and Challenges
7. Project Spirit - Lead, Inspire, and Motivate!
8. SPL® Summary, Lessons Learned and Next Steps

SPL Applications - Topics

1. SPL Concepts Overview
2. The SPL Planning Cycle
3. The SPL Tools Overview
4. The Project Initiation and Charter
5. The Project Strategy
6. Creating Value and Competitive map
7. Project Spirit Update
8. Adapting Projects to Challenge – Managerial Implications
9. SPL Maturity Assessment