This two-day program will assist you in applying project management tools and techniques to break down complex projects into smaller, manageable work. This program covers how to effectively plan, start and finish a project on time and within budget, while managing resources and changes in scope. Participants will learn standard practices to follow in each phase of the project management life cycle:
• Initiating – Documenting Deliverables
• Planning – Scheduling, Budgeting, Communicating, Risk Identification
• Executing – Delivering the Scope of Work
• Monitoring and Controlling – Status Reporting, Corrective Actions
• Closing – Final Acceptance. The following are the learning outcomes:
• Project Management Introduction, you will review: Project management in your organization, Project management terminology, What success looks like, Creating a project plan.
• Identify the Steps Necessary to Initiate a Project: Business strategy, Leadership commitment, Creating a project charter.
• Create a Project Plan: Stakeholder assessment, Risk assessment, Work breakdown structure, Communication plan.
• Successfully Execute a Project: Deliver according to the plan, Control scope changes.
• Monitor and Control: Manage Issues and apply corrective actions, Status updates.
• Project Closure: Final Acceptance, Final Performance Reporting, Capture Lessons Learned.
The two-day series occurs over 8-hours each day.
(There is no cost to register for manufacturing/industrial sector organizations as there is grant funded coverage for this course. The investment for other sectors is $450 per person.)
Monday, September 21 & Friday, September 25, 2020
8am-5pm with breaks throughout
Register here simply to note at this time that you are interested in this training for yourself or your employees.