Introduction to Project Management { One (1) Day }

Introduction to Project Management { One (1) Day }
past over 3 years ago

Starts: Saturday, 10 May, 2014 08:00am

Ends: Saturday, 10 May, 2014 05:00pm

Ticket Information

Tickets Fee Price (GHS) Quantity
Course Registration 3.0 250.00 N/A
 

Event Details

Course Overview:

Implementing project management processes has been directly linked to improving project performance, such as completing on time, on budget and providing the deliverables to customer needs and satisfaction. This 1-day fundamental course introduces the concepts of project management and provides some essential tools to start the process of managing projects effectively in your organization. It also discusses the differences between projects and operational work and helps you understand the additional skills required to manage work and people in a project environment.

What You Will Learn:

What is Project Management?

  • Definition of a project
  • Definition of Project Management
  • Organizations that manage projects

The PM Environment

  • Functional Structure
  • Projectized Structure
  • Matrix Structure

Why Is Managing Projects Different From Managing Day-To-Day Operations?

  • The project life cycle
  • Communication complexity
  • Conflict Management
  • Transitioning to Project Management
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Role of a Project Manager
  • Role of a Project Sponsor

Setting Priorities and Time Management

  • The Project Management office
  • Project Management methodology

Trends and Lessons Learned

  •  Trends in Project Management
  • Lessons Learned

Who Should Attend: The Introduction to Project Management course is appropriate for individuals who are:

  • Considering a career in project management and would like to know what that entails.
  • Being considered for a project management position and need to prepare and know more about the process.
  • In an organization that is considering implementing project management processes and needs to know where to start and what to consider.

Prerequisite: There is no prerequisite for this course. It is a stand-alone course.

Materials: You will receive a course binder containing copies of presentation slides, exercises, and suggested solutions.

Further information:
Website: http://www.sigmastrat.com
Twitter: @sigmastrat