This seminar will begin by laying the foundation for the subject by first defining what a project is and then discussing the unique roles that the project manager must assume along the length of any project. The Triple Constraint, the most fundamental of project management principles, will be explained in detail with examples and tools provided that can be used to integrate the principle into any project management process.
Each stage of project management - Initiate, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing will be detailed. Activities highlighting each step of the process and key concept will be presented giving participants an opportunity to practice their newly learned skills.
Day two will be mostly devoted to project planning and scheduling. Participants will be able to develop network diagrams and schedules for a fictitious project that will carry through to the end of the seminar incorporating each new concept presented.
Team development, the most critical and overlooked component of any project, will be discussed in depth emphasizing the importance of the human element in the execution of any project.
The seminar will end with the discussion of another often overlooked and neglected component of any project - the project close.
Day 1 Schedule
- Lecture 1: Project Management Fundamentals
- Lecture 2: Project Management Stage 1 - Initiate
- Lecture 3: Stakeholders and Project Participants - How are they identified and how are they managed?
- Lecture 4: Project Management Stage 2 - Planning
Day 2 Schedule
- Lecture 1: Project Management Stage 2 - Planning (Continued)
- Lecture 2: Dealing with Risk and Uncertainty
- Lecture 3: Project Management Stage 3 - Executing
- Lecture 4: Project Management Stage 4 - Monitor & Control and Stage 5 - Closing
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