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Project Management Foundations

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2 Days

This course is an introduction to project management. The goal of this course is to provide participants with concepts and techniques to achieve quality project performance through performing effective planning and control activities, applying analytical approaches to decision making and problem solving, acknowledging the need for collaboration, and ensuring clear communications among stakeholders within the project organization and across organizations. The course is designed for project for project team members, business analysts or others who work with project managers, and those who want to know the basics of project management or are exploring it as a career.
This course is designed for Project Managers.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the project management process and methodology and its benefits
  • Use project management terminology in processes in context 
  • Define project objectives and success criteria, and recognize the characteristics of a successful project
  • List attributes and skills of a successful project manager and identify the responsibilities of a project manager 
  • Explore the process of building a project plan
  • Review the major aspects of the project lifecycle; initiation, planning, execution, control, and close-out
Introduction to project management methodology
The role of the project manager
Initiating a project
Introduction to stakeholder expectations management
Planning a project
  • Planning scope and developing WBS
  • Project management and people management
  • Communication, resource and team management
  • Managing risk
  • Estimating and scheduling
Executing, monitoring and controlling
Closing the project
Introduction to Integration: putting it all together
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