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Real-World Project Management
Overview:

This course is a comprehensive look at project management. It covers the steps of project management from definition and planning to implementation, monitoring, completion and evaluation. Students will be able to complete a thorough and accurate project plan including task identification, scheduling and budgeting; monitor the key project issues of schedule, budget and performance deliverables; develop appropriate responses to potential problems, and deliver a formal evaluation to finalize a project.

Audience:

Individuals interested in learning how to efficiently and successfully manage projects from start to finish.

Prerequisites

None.

Course duration:

2 days

Course outline:

1. Define the project

  • Why project management?
  • What makes project management so unique?
  • The functional manager vs. the project manager
  • Assessing your project management skills
  • Who is the client?
  • What are the objectives and deliverables
  • Determining your constraints
  • Defining the scope of your project
2. Plan
  • Creating a work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Estimating time
  • Scheduling: Building a Gantt chart
  • Real-life scheduling: Critical Path Method (CPM)
  • Creating realistic budgets
  • Using a project resource/cost-estimate worksheet
  • Managing risk
  • Putting together the project team
  • Role clarity
  • Getting client approval and sign-off
3. Implement
  • Project communications
  • Choosing how to communicate
  • Team meetings
  • Team problem-solving guidelines
  • Project reporting
  • Managing through influence
  • Team issues
  • Keeping the project on track
4. Monitor
  • Using project management tools
  • Early warning systems
  • Project problem solving I: Performance
  • Project problem solving II: Cost
  • Project problem solving III: Time
  • Renegotiating
5. Complete
  • What to do if you project is abandoned
  • Finalizing deliverables and closing accounts
6. Evaluate
  • The postmortem
  • Team celebrations

 
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