Project Definition: "A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result."
(Source: Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK Sixth Edition, page 4)
IPC is proud to deliver award winning results across Training and Project Management initiatives.
"A lack of clear goals is
the most common factor (37%)
behind project failure,
according to executive leaders." IPC addresses this issue through disciplined project management.
(Source: PMI Pulse of the Profession 2017 p. 11)
The case for Project Management
IPC approaches training programs using a discipline of project management.
By breaking the training program into a series of discreet projects, customers get a series of deliverables or results.
This discipline increases the chances of attaining measurable benefits and decreases the likelihood of project failure.
Customers will be more likely to achieve project success: delivering per scope, on time, and on budget.
IPC implements training using standardized project management methods, per Project Management Academy, PMI, and PMBoK v6.
“The great thing about project management is that it forces a deliverydiscipline.”
- Jon Sysel, PMP
In some cases, IPC projects can be initiated with guarantee results. Inquire for more information.
Program Definition: "A program is a group of related projects, subsidiary programs, and program activities that are managed in a coordinated manner to obtain benefits not available not available from managing them individually."
(Source: Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK Sixth Edition, page 13)
IPC program management establishes a successful ongoing training program, that adapts and maintains relevance over time. Successful Program Management harnesses the discipline of Project Management, combining related projects into an overall program with shared efficiencies and purpose.
IPC provides performance-based programs in compliance with the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act (PMIAA).
Program Management is an essential part of the Enhanced Marksmanship Training (EMT) Adaptive Program.
Shown above, the EMT has maintained relevance through agile incorporation of new training requirements,
doctrinal changes, weapon additions, and mission requirements.