Become a Project Manager
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Project Management - Learn All Process Groups & Knowledge Areas18h 28m
Microsoft Project 2016 Training2h 03m
Microsoft Project3h 03m
Project Scheduling2h 27m
Project Schedule Management Training2h 33m
Microsoft Sure Step Methodology For Managing Projects1h 06m
Integration Management1h 46m
Scope Management4h 03m
Time Management5h 25m
Cost Management3h 59m
Quality Management3h 39m
Human Resource Management3h 02m
Risk Management2h 19m
Procurement Management2h 13m
Communication Management1h 31m
Stakeholders Management1h 55m
Project Productivity Improvement - A Comprehensive Guide20h 04m
Skills you will master
- Project Management
- Process Groups
- Knowledge Areas
- Microsoft Project
- Project Scheduling
- Project Schedule Management
- Microsoft Sure Step Methodology
- Integration Management
- Scope Management
- Time Management
- Cost Management
- Quality Management
- Human Resource Management
- Risk Management
- Procurement Management
- Communication Management
- Stakeholders Management
- Project Productivity Improvement
Project Management is a discipline within business administration that makes use of tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a particular undertaking that we call a project. A project can be defined as a temporary undertaking that moves towards attaining a particular goal or objective to bring about improvements or changes or a new product or service altogether, within a fixed business structure.
Rewinding to the Past
Started in 1950s, project management was officially designated as a systematic approach to put into action the tasks and plans that were created to achieve a certain project objective. Every project was looked at with a certain set assumptions and the approach was standardized throughout the industries. This was the traditional project management approach that suggested there would be no change to the plans once they were finalized and no changes or risks encountered further on. This was a very rigid process for project management as within businesses it was quite difficult to avoid different factors affecting the project in some way or the other.
As the years passed by, many different notions and methodologies came into existence, making project management a more flexible system to help project managers achieve success with their undertakings.
Project Management in a Nutshell
Project management happens to be the practical application of knowledge of various tools and techniques for a project to achieve its intended objective in a most successful manner possible. With a systematic approach, project managers started implementing different modes and ways and their own personal skills to get the ball rolling for them with their projects.
There are many approaches that are put to use all around the world, with different levels of satisfaction for different types of business models. These approaches all take care of the three aspects that are very important and crucial to the project’s success and quality. They are:
These three aspects govern the way project management is carried out and directs the project manager when making simple or difficult decisions. These three aspects form the triple constraints in the world of project management. As these factors govern the approaches and the design of the project, there are phases or processes to projects that stand common among all project approaches. These phases form the project’s life cycle and each stage within these phases contribute to the progress of the project. The phases include:
Monitoring and Controlling
The initiating phase determines the installation of the project with its nature and its scope. Here, the true objective of the project is figured out and all its subordinating factors, which will help the project achieve the solution to a business problem. A successful initiation would determine the fate of the project. The progresses through the vision and goal of the project, which is decided here, will be the focal point for the rest of the different phases.
For this phase to be successful, project stakeholders should correctly and accurately figure out the project scope and the business environment that is needed for the project to thrive on. It is at this stage that the project charter is drafted, with the project objective as the pivot and the cost, deliverables, tasks, activities, and schedules as key elements to be maintained and managed, all of which need further planning.
Running further into detail is the planning phase that takes the project scope and objective and assigns real-life designs for plans around it. The route or workflow of the project is determined and finalized in this stage of the project life cycle. The time, cost, and resources are planned and risk is managed at each and every step. Quality controls are planned and designed to be introduced at each checkpoint and success metrics are agreed upon.
Right from planning a team, roles, responsibilities, and communication to planning each and every day with detailed tasks allocations, the planning phase is the most important phase that displays the entire skeleton of the work to be performed.
Here, the plan, which was conceptualized in the initiating phase and designed in the planning phase, is put into action. The deliverables are executed or implemented to yield the desired output for the success of the project. Real-time management, including allocation, coordination, and collaboration, takes place in this stage.
Monitoring and Controlling
This phase checks for any deviation or anomalies occurring during the execution of the project. The comparison is made based on the plan and its desired outputs for each process step. If there are any potential bottlenecks foreseen or any bottleneck identified during execution, remedial or corrective and preventive actions are undertaken to bring the situation under control and as per the design in the project plan. Audits and regular inspections are actions that are undertaken for the processes managed towards project objectives.
In this stage, all the process implementation and changes are finalized, and the project ceases to exist as the project objective is now reached. The closing includes finalization on the documentation and the archiving of the files and necessary guidelines for the project’s implementation. Lessons learned are taken onboard and used in the projects that come up later on.
Project Management Training Description
Project Management – This introductory section will give you the needed glimpse into the world of project management, with all its characteristics, the different phases it encompasses, and the life cycle on the whole.
Process Groups & Knowledge Areas – Get to know a little more in depth about the different process groups and knowledge areas that govern the functional aspect of project management and be well-versed with how these groups affect cost and quality. Learn about the triple constraints and the role communication plays in the life of a project manager and their project managerial ventures. In this section, you will learn all there is to procurement management, stakeholder management, human resource management, and risk management.
Project Integration Management – Come in close quarters with project integration management and learn quickly all that there is to the different documentations within a project. Learn about creating and developing master project management plans and how you can go through the entire scope of the different project phases.
Project Scope Management – Dive into learning the tricks of the trade of scope management and collection of data and information to arrive at the best possible project scope. Learn to main
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