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Project Management Fundamentals

In many organizations in our fast-paced-technology-intensive world, "just do it" is a way of life. Managers believe they can't afford the time it takes to practice good project management. However, it has become increasingly important that we manage and control our work and our businesses more efficiently. The Project Excellence series from VBH Project Consulting is designed with the busy professional in mind to give you skills that you can use immediately.

Organizations are turning to project management to help them plan and control their businesses. As a result, Project Management is recognized as one of the fastest growing professions today. Project Management Fundamentals provides the basics for project managers by introducing essential project management concepts and methods. Through discussion, workshops and real world examples, participants learn how to identify project components, organize them effectively and control the project from the earliest steps of developing the project charter through the final steps of a project - documenting lessons learned.

 

Duration: 2 days

14 Professional Development Units

Who should attend:

♦ New project managers

♦ Experienced project managers looking to update their skills

♦ Project team members

♦ Managers that want to learn about project management

What you will accomplish:

♦ Understand and articulate the importance of project management in any business project

♦ Clearly define project objectives

♦ Create a project Work Breakdown Structure

♦ Develop a manageable project schedule

♦ Understand scope creep and change control

♦ Use tools and techniques to manage a project during execution

 

Project Management Fundamentals

1. Overview

a. What is a project

b. Project Management Lifecycle vs. Solution Development Lifecycle

c. The PMBOK and how to use it 

d. The Project Manager Role

e. Project Leadership and Team Building

2. Initiate

a. Project Charter Development

b. Scope Statement Development

3. Plan

a. Creating a Work Breakdown Structure

i. Facilitation for the PM and creating a collaborative environment

b. Schedule Development

c. Resource Planning

d. Communications Planning

i. Define your communications style

ii. Gaining stakeholder commitment

e. Risk Planning

f. Project Plan Integration

4. Execution/Control/Close

a. Scope Control

b. The Triple Constraint and Project Control

c. Project Communications during the project

d. Lessons Learned

5. Templates

a. Project Charter

b. Scope Statement

c. Assumptions and Constraints Log

d. Issues Log

e. Communications Plan

f. Project Change Log


Contact: Agnes Cheung​
Tel: 6816 3656/ 2416 8478
Email: agnes@satorutrain.com