Project Management: From Idea to Implementation & Beyond إدارة المشروعات : من الفكرة إلى التنفيذ وما بعده

Description:

Project Management Process consists of seven stages: goal setting, project planning, project organizing, project scheduling, resource allocation, project control, and project termination. In this five-day training course the participant will learn how to manage his project in order to successfully implement it, within the budget and on schedule.

Goal:

To enhance the participant’s knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to successfully implement any project

Objectives:

By the end of this course the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the key principles for project management success

  • Determine the main benefits of project management

  • Use the tools of project management

  • Determine the concepts and terms of project management

  • Start and complete a project: A step by step:

  • Project Planning, Scheduling and Budgeting (determine how to do the project)

  • Develop (do one right)

  • Project Implementation and Controlling (do all when right)

  • Project Close Out (Terminating) and Evaluation

Outlines:

  • What Is a Project?
  • Definition and characteristics of a project and how it differs from other forms of endeavor;
  •  The 3 dimensions of project objectives;
  • The “Key Drivers” of a project;
  • The “4 Project Management Steps”;
  • Top-down defined versus bottom-up planning philosophy;
  • Finding the right combination of factors;
  • The typical parameters used to measure a project are not the right parameters to manage it
  • The Skills of a Project Manager
  • Interpersonal Skills (leadership, team building, etc.)
  • Mechanical Skills (planning, estimating, resource acquisition, etc.)
  • Project Planning, Scheduling and Budgeting (determine how to do the project)
  • Why plan?
  • Putting together a project plan
  • The requirements definition
  • Writing the project goal
  • Important elements of the goal
  • Tasks and subtasks
  • Rules for brainstorming
  • Work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Using a WBS for cost mapping
  • Time allocations
  • Costs estimations
  • Resource requirements
  • Obtaining resources for your project
  • Assigning resources to your project
  • Motivating resources for project success
  • Project Risk assessment
  • Sensitivity(the “What If”) analysis
  • The 80/20 rule
  • Develop (do one right)
  • Training (as needed)
  • Prototype
  • Test (Unit, Integration, User)
  • Pilot
  • Project Implementation and Controlling (do all when right)
  • Crash Path Analysis
  • Resource loading and leveling
  • Project status reporting
  • Project Baseline Management
  • Configuration Management
  • Managing change
  • Trade off analysis
  • Project Cost control
  • Types of budget
  • Project Spend Plan
  • Earned value management system
  • Project Close Out (Terminating) and Evaluation
  • Timing of project termination
  • Project post mortem questions
  • Phase out plan
  • Lessons learned report
  • Post-project
  • Objectives met?
  • Budget sign-off
  • Customer appraisal
  • Project review document
  • Team reassigned
  • Transfer of responsibilities

Who Can Benefit?

Those who are looking for formal project management training