Presentation on theme: "PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS. Nowadays, Project Management is not just for technical people or for people who handle technical projects. Executives."— Presentation transcript:
Nowadays, Project Management is not just for technical people or for people who handle technical projects. Executives from many different disciplines are attending Project Management training as they would be involved in some way in a project in their organisations as project team members or even as project leaders. Organisations cannot continue without projects and it is imperative that the whole organisation is aware of the benefits of projects and their alignment to the company’s strategic goals. Good Project Management practices are crucial for a successful project implementation
This training module is the most basic one: it provides a good start for all those who may or may not be currently active in a project but would be in the future. It is also applicable for participants who are already involved in a project but have not gone through any formal trainings or methodologies. This training demonstrates the critical knowledge and skills required in Project Management. It gives participants a good idea about projects and what is expected of them. Furthermore, it introduces the right, proper and common terminologies and good practices that will help achieve project success. The training requires active participation from attendees. It has lectures, exercises, case studies, group discussions, role plays and quizzes.
This course is tailored for all those who are and/or will be directly or indirectly involved in projects and who have not attended formal Project Management training.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to: 1.Comprehend why and when projects origin 2.Learn about the fundamentals of a project 3.Understand the success factors for project implementation 4.Learn the importance of Project Management methodologies 5.Learn about Stakeholders of a project and their roles 6.Understand the Project Management knowledge areas 7.Understand the Project Management Life Cycle and the expectations at various stages 8.Learn how to be involved in the preparation of a project plan 9.Learn the importance of controls in execution 10.Understand what skills are required to manage and support a project
1.Demand Management - origin of projects 2.Why projects fail 3.Critical success factors 4.Project Framework - fundamentals of a project 5.Project Management methodologies 6.Best practices of Project Management: PMI® and introduction to the Project Management Knowledge Areas 7.Project Management Life Cycle: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitor and Control, Close-out
8.Managing the project scope - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 9.Triple Constraints: Time: Critical Path, Scheduling Cost: Estimation, Budget, Earned Value Quality: Assurance and Control 10.Effective communication with stakeholders 11.Risk Management - manage uncertainties 12.Human Resource Management 13.The importance of soft skills
Lectures Exercises Case Studies Group Discussions Role Plays And Quizzes
He has over 16 years of experience starting from programmer to project leader and manager roles right up to senior management and marketing positions in well-respected local and multinational entities. His mission is to help clients enhance performance, productivity and profitability by leveraging on his results-based management, marketing methods and ideas. He also assists project managers in planning and sharpening their soft skills which are imperative in any project management role. He is an accomplished speaker and trainer, having conducted many seminars, workshops and speaking engagements. He is a member of Toastmasters International (TI), a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping its members improve their public speaking skills. He has achieved the Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) status, the highest award given by TI.