Project Management: Direct to the Point
Updated on Oct, 2023
Language - English
Duration -2 hours
Project management has been proven to be the most effective method to achieve your business goals within scope, time, cost and resources constraints.
So, do you manage projects? Let's check:
- Do you optimize business processes?
- Do you want to switch to another technology?
- Do you want to Integrate with a new software?
- Do you need to rebuild organizational and functional structure?
- Do you want to create a new product?
Yes, these all are projects and You, as a leader, should manage them to achieve your business and strategic goals.
After this course, you will have an understanding of:
- what does the project mean
- what does the project Management mean
- how to identify your Stakeholders, how to manage their expectations, assumptions and requirements.
- what is Risks and how to deal with them, how to Perform Risk Analysis
- Different mitigation strategies for risks and how to create response plan for identified risks
- how to use Monte Carlo analysis and calculate risk slippages
- how to use Earned Value Management, because I will provide you all necessary instruments and formulas to calculate you progress and performance of the project
- You will know how to apply estimation techniques and when you have to use one or another technique
- You will get 49 Process Mind map with all Inputs, Tools& Techniques and Outputs.
- How Process groups are connected with all 10 Knowledge Areas
- What you need to do in each process group and Knolwedge area.
What will you learn in this course:
- To understand Project Management Best practices and apply those in the real life
What are the prerequisites for this course?
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
Project Selection Methods
- Project Selection Methods Part 1 03:45 03:45
Selection Methods (Part 2)
Selection Methods (Part 3)
Intro in Project Management
Project Management Knowledge areas
Overview of the 5 Process Groups
Initiation Process Group
Stakeholder's management instruments
Recap of Initiation Process Group
Planning Process Group
Work Breakdown Structure
Introduction in Estimations
Recap of Estimation Techniques
Critical Path Method
Gantt chart and PM Plan
Executing Process Group and Schedule Compression Options
Cause-and-Effect Diagram (Ishikawa diagram)
Monitoring and Control Process Group
Closing Process Group
Resume of the course
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