Project Management Fundamentals
Learn essential elements of project management necessary to steer a project to success
About the Course
Quite often executives and engineers move into project management role without any education and grooming. These people face many challenges as the expectations from a project management roles are entirely different. Learning project management on the job becomes an unnecessary burden on this challenging position.
This course covers concepts, principles and practical skills necessary for playing project management role. The course provides insights of project environments, dynamics involved in different project phases, knowledge & skills for effective planning, execution, control and managing changes. Need for collaboration, communication, managing people and understanding clients are interwoven into the course.
This course follows PMI (Project Management Institute, USA) principles documented in PMBOK 5th Edition. PMBOK is an ANSI Standard for Project Management.
The goal of this course is to groom new entrants in the project management area. This course will give participants the confidence to lead the projects effectively and achieve high performance. After this course participants will be equipped with knowledge & understanding, of project management concepts, practical skills, tools & techniques to handle fairly complex projects and a better approach to problem solving and decision making.
Who can attend
This course is designed for executives and engineers who have limited experience and knowledge of project management but responsible for managing, leading, coordinating and working on projects.
Project Managers, Project Leads, Project Engineers, Business Analysts, Technical Lead, and Marketing Executives who are inclined towards project management can join and benefit.
Course is designed for 2 full days
Practicing PMPs can earn 16 PDUs by attending this course
Project Management Framework
Project Management Concepts
Project Phases & Lifecycle
Project Management Processes & Knowledge Area
Estimating Time and Cost
Schedule & Budgeting
Planning in quality
Risk Identification & planning mitigation
Building Project Team
Communicating and reporting status
Monitoring & Control
Controlling Scope Changes
Transition the project outcome to operation
Document lesson learned and Archive the project