Project Management

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Module One: Workshop Objectives

 

Module Two: Key Concepts (I)

  • What is a Project?

  • What is Project Management?

  • What is a Project Manager?

 

Module Three: Key Concepts (II)

  • About the Project Management Institute (PMI)

  • About the Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBOK)

  • The Five Process Groups

  • The Nine Knowledge Areas

  • The Triple Constraint

 

Module Four: Initiation (I)

  • Identifying Your Stakeholders

  • Assessing Needs and Wants

  • Setting a SMART Project Goal

  • Creating Requirements and Deliverables

 

Module Five: Initiation (II)

  • Creating a Statement of Work

  • Completing the Project Planning Worksheet

  • Completing the Project Charter

 

Module Six: Planning (I)

  • Managing Expectations

  • Creating a Task List

  • Estimating Time

  • Estimating Resources

  • Estimating Costs

 

Module Seven: Planning (II)

  • Building the Work Breakdown Structure

  • Creating the Schedule

  • Creating a Risk Management Plan

  • Creating a Communication Plan

 

Module Eight: Planning Tools

  • The Gantt Chart

  • The Network Diagram

  • Using a RACI Chart

  • Going the Extra Mile: Microsoft Project

 

Module Nine: Executing the Project

  • Establishing Baselines

  • Monitoring Project Progress

  • Triple Constraint Reduction Methods

 

Module Ten: Maintaining and Controlling the Project

  • Making the Most of Status Updates

  • Managing Change

  • Monitoring Risks

 

Module Eleven: Closing Out

  • Preparing for Closeout

  • Celebrating Successes

  • Learning from Project Challenges

  • Scope Verification

  • A Final To-Do List

 

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

  • Words from the Wise

  • Review of Parking Lot

  • Lessons Learned

  • Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations

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