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Project Management

Project Management - Effective Planning, Execution and Control More...

Participants will learn

How to manage an entire project from beginning to end.

Knowledge and application of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).

Knowledge and application of the ISO 10006:2003 Guidelines for Quality Management in Projects.

How to manage a project either as an individual or on a team.

How to create and manage the project team.

Identification and agreement on the project team roles.

Recognition of project manager and project team member competencies.

The Project Life Cycle from definition to close.

Delegation of tasks to others responsible for the completion of project packages but whom may not be on the core project team.

How to work with vendors and suppliers on the development of project scope and plan as well as throughout the project execution.

Identification of the project’s stakeholders and how to maintain a customer and quality focus throughout.

Development of the project scope statement.

Development of the work breakdown structures as part of scope definition.

Development of the time lines (applying duration to each project task) and scheduling (allocating resources to each project task).

Development of the network diagram to identify all project tasks dependencies.

Development of a budget for the project and breakdown of the costs to the lowest level of activity possible.

Management of all expenditures within the project budget.

Determining the project milestones.

Overview of project management software.

Identification of project risks and development of contingencies to overcome them.

Management of project change throughout the project.

Presenting and reporting to management on the project’s progress.

Communication with the project team and to the sponsor and other stakeholders throughout the project’s execution.

Successful implementation and management of the entire project once the plan has been developed and agreed upon.

Close-out and evaluation of the project upon completion.

Management of the close-out project meeting.

Archiving and retention of project management knowledge.

Best Practice Auditing and Risk Assurance for Major Projects More...

Participants will learn

How to manage an entire project from beginning to end.

Knowledge and application of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).

Knowledge and application of the ISO 10006:2003 Guidelines for Quality Management in Projects.

How to manage a project either as an individual or on a team.

How to create and manage the project team.

Identification and agreement on the project team roles.

Recognition of project manager and project team member competencies.

The Project Life Cycle from definition to close.

Delegation of tasks to others responsible for the completion of project packages but whom may not be on the core project team.

How to work with vendors and suppliers on the development of project scope and plan as well as throughout the project execution.

Identification of the project’s stakeholders and how to maintain a customer and quality focus throughout.

Development of the project scope statement.

Development of the work breakdown structures as part of scope definition.

Development of the time lines (applying duration to each project task) and scheduling (allocating resources to each project task).

Development of the network diagram to identify all project tasks dependencies.

Development of a budget for the project and breakdown of the costs to the lowest level of activity possible.

Management of all expenditures within the project budget.

Determining the project milestones.

Overview of project management software.

Identification of project risks and development of contingencies to overcome them.

Management of project change throughout the project.

Presenting and reporting to management on the project’s progress.

Communication with the project team and to the sponsor and other stakeholders throughout the project’s execution.

Successful implementation and management of the entire project once the plan has been developed and agreed upon.

Close-out and evaluation of the project upon completion.

Management of the close-out project meeting.

Archiving and retention of project management knowledge.

Delivering Project Assurance More...

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Project Management for the Non-Project Manager More...

Participants will learn

Managing an entire project from beginning to end.

Managing a project as an individual and on a team.

Forming the project team and identifying the project team roles.

Applying the Project Life Cycle.

Delegating tasks to others responsible for the completion of the project sections.

Identifying the project’s stakeholders and maintaining a customer and quality focus throughout.

Developing the project scope statement.

Developing the work breakdown structures as part of scope definition.

Developing the time lines (applying duration to each project task) and scheduling (allocating resources to each project task).

Developing the network diagram to identify all of the project dependencies.

Determining project milestones.

Managing project change.

Presenting and reporting to management on the project’s progress.

Communicating with the project team on an on-going basis.

Successfully implementing and managing the entire project once the plan has been developed and agreed upon.

Using Microsoft ProjectTMMore...

Participants Will Learn

Setting up recurring tasks

Importing and Exporting to other programs

Advanced filtering and grouping for reporting

Advanced formatting or reports

Reporting across projects

Using Microsoft ExcelTM to Manage Projects More...

Participants Will Learn

Setting up a project in the project schedule template

Entering and linking tasks

Producing standard and custom reports, including GANTT charts

Updating the project schedule with actual project data

Content

Introduction to using software to manage the project schedule

Setting up a project schedule in MS Excel

Developing Task Entries, Task Linking

Setting Deadline dates

Setting baseline dates

Using Filters to create reports

Creating GANTT charts in Excel

Printing Reports and Distributing reports electronically

Tracking Progress

Advanced Microsoft ProjectTMTechnique More...

Participants will learn

Setting up recurring tasks

Importing and Exporting to other programs

Advanced filtering and grouping for reporting

Advanced formatting or reports

Reporting across projects

Developing and Leading Effective Project Teams More...

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Project Communication & Human Resources Management More...

Managing the Performance of each Team Member and integrating individual team performance into the organization's Performance Management system, thereby creating total Job Performance.

Establishing the communication process between all stakeholders.

Barriers to effective communication.

Effective listening skills.

Some reasons for difficulties in communication.

Effective interpersonal communication.

Defensive and supportive communication.

Types of communication processes.

Developing reports to meet the needs of the "customer" audience.

Developing an on-going process between project managers, functional managers and their employees to communicate expectations, identify needs, support good performance and assess future potential.

Understanding of project manager's present performance as measured against goals and objectives, thereby better understanding their future opportunities and how to get there.

Increasing the awareness of all project staff that managing performance is an ongoing, year round process.

Problem solving major project meeting issues so that problems can be dealt with consistently throughout project meetings.

Understanding leadership and the role it plays in ensuring the successful implementation of goals and objectives for project meetings.

Linkages between project meetings during the life cycle of the project.

Structuring different types of project meetings.

Understanding how to structure project meetings to permit members to comfortably express dissent and achieve conflict resolution.

Customer Focused, Quality Driven Project Management More...

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Managing Change and Communications in Projects More...

Specific skills for dealing with and managing project change.

An understanding of why people resist change.

The Principles of Change that impact our ability to adapt to changes within our projects.

The change process and theory of change management, in particular, as applied to projects.

How to anticipate the various common reactions to change within projects.

How to engage others in a constructive process of change.

How to develop an action for managing projects change effectively.

The communication process.

Barriers to effective communication.

Effective listening skills.

Some reasons for difficulties in communication.

Effective interpersonal communication.

Defensive and supportive communication.

Types of communication processes.

Developing reports to meet the needs of the stakeholders.

Advanced Project Management 2 days More...

Participants Will Learn

Identifying risks and developing contingencies to overcome them.

Managing project change.

Presenting and reporting to management on the project's progress.

Communicating with the project team and stakeholders throughout the project.

Coaching project teams.

Managing the integration of the schedule and budget.earned value analysis.

Closing and evaluating the project.

Understanding problem solving and decision making.

Influencing others where no direct authority exists.

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