Project Management Training

Designed as a special intervention to drive organizational efficiency and effectiveness. The program is aimed mainly at Project Managers and Coordinators. Other functional supervisors who are part of a project in various functions can also benefit from the program. Can be customized to run over multiple classroom sessions of 3-4 hours each depending on the requirements.

Session Key Takeaways
1. Introduction to Project Management What is a Project and Project Management

Project Management Constraints

Organizational influences

2. Project Integration Management Developing a Project Charter

Developing a Project Management Plan

Direct and Manage Project Work

Monitor and Control Project Work

Close Project

3. Project Scope Management Plan Scope Management

Collect Requirements

Define Scope

Create WBS

Control Scope

4. Project Time Management Plan schedule management

Define activities

Sequence activities

Estimate activity resources and duration

Critical Path Method

Control schedule (Gantt Chart, Project Completion chart)

5. Project Cost Management Plan cost management

Estimate costs

Determine budget

Control costs

6. Project Quality Management Plan Quality Management

Perform Quality Assurance

Control Quality

7. Project Human Resources Management Plan Human Resource Management

Acquire Project Team

Develop Project Team

Manage Project Team

8. Project Communication Management Plan Communications Management

Manage Communications

Control Communications

9. Project Risk Management Plan Risk Management

Identify Risks

Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis

Plan Response

Control Risks

10. Project Procurement Management Plan Procurement Management

Conduct Procurements

Control Procurements

Close Procurements

11. Project Stakeholder Management Identify Stakeholders

Plan Stakeholder Management

Manage Stakeholder Engagement

Control Engagement

12. Project Closure Importance of Project Closure

Phase-Gate Reviews

Closing Process Group Activities