PROJECT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
PROJECT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Quality Management Selangor, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL), Shah Alam Training, Workshop | Iconic Training Solutions Sdn Bhd
PROJECT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
DURATION: 2 DAYS
 
INTRODUCTION
 
This course is designed to teach participants all the principles of good project management. Participants will learn how to identify and schedule project resources and create project flow charts. Important issues of staff selection and team management are also covered. These learning objectives are reinforced by a course project that allows the participant to apply the principles and use the tools they learned.
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
 
Participants will learn how to use project management techniques to plan, organize, control, document, and close out their projects successfully and with minimum risk.
 
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Discuss the phases of the Project Management Life Cycle and a project manager's role in each phase.
  • List and discuss basic project success criteria and common reasons for project failure.
  • Discuss techniques for setting up a strong project team.
  • List and discuss elements of a Risk Management Plan.
  • Discuss techniques for planning and sequencing project activities, including the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Identify the Critical Path for completing a project on schedule.
  • List and discuss the cost elements that should be included in a project budget.
  • Discuss techniques for controlling for deviation from budgets and schedules.
  • Discuss key elements of project management communications and reporting tools.
 
KEY CONTENT
 
MODULE 1: THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIFE CYCLE
  • What is a Project?
  • Understand the growing need for better project management
  • Explain what a project is and provide examples
  • Describe what project management is and discuss key elements of the project management framework
  • Discuss how project management relates to other disciplines
  • Understand the history of project management
  • The Project Management Life Cycle
  • The Role of the Project Manager
 
MODULE 2: THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS GROUPS: A CASE STUDY
  • Describe the five project management process groups, the typical level of activity for each, and the interactions among them
  • Understand how the project management process groups relate to the project management knowledge areas
  • Discuss how organizations develop information technology project management methodologies to meet their needs
  • Review a case study of an organization applying the project management process groups to manage a project
  • Understand the contribution that effective project initiation, project planning, project execution, project control, and project closing makes to project success
 
MODULE 3: SETTING UP FOR SUCCESS
  • What Happens in the Initiation Phase?
  • Project Definition and Scope
  • Putting Together a Statement of Work
  • The Project Charter
 
MODULE 4: THE PROJECT TEAM
  • The Teamwork Challenge
  • Selecting Team Members
 
MODULE 5: RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Understand what risk is and the importance of good project risk management
  • Discuss the elements involved in risk management planning
  • List common sources of risks on projects
  • Describe the risk identification process and tools and techniques to help identify project risks
  • Discuss the qualitative risk analysis process and explain how to calculate risk factors, use probability/impact matrixes, the Top Ten Risk Item Tracking technique, and expert judgment to rank risks
  • Explain the quantify risk analysis process and how to use decision trees and simulation to quantitative risks
  • Provide examples of using different risk response planning strategies such as risk avoidance, acceptance, transference, and mitigation
  • Discuss what is involved in risk monitoring and control
  • Explain the results of good project risk management
 
MODULE 6: WORK BREAKDOWN
  • The Work Breakdown Structure
  • Work Package Sequencing
 
MODULE 7: THE PROJECT SCHEDULE
  • The Scheduling Process
  • Time Estimates
 
MODULE 8: THE PROJECT BUDGET
  • What is a Budget?
  • Creating a Preliminary Budget
  • Budget and Schedule Balancing
 
MODULE 9: PROJECT TRACKING AND CONTROL
  • Moving the Project Forward
  • Monitoring for Project Progress
 
MODULE 10: PROJECT CLOSE-OUT
  • Elements of Close-out
 
METHODOLOGY
 
The course will incorporate role play, exercises, questions and case studies of successful and failed projects
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
 
Executives, Supervisors, Managers, Head of Departments, Business Leaders and Business Owners who are involved directly in a project in a company.
 

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