Project Management Fundamentals
Project management is the practice of applying general management skills and supporting disciplines to organize and deploy resources in a way that effectively accomplishes project objectives. The techniques presented in this course will provide project managers and practitioners with a step-by-step approach to developing a detailed project plan culminating in baseline, timeline, and funding requirements.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
• Create project objectives, identify project deliverables and develop a project scope plan.
• Set up and document project management plans.
• Organize and define the total scope of the project in a deliverable-oriented work breakdown structure.
• Define and sequence project activities, estimate project duration and create project timelines.
• Aggregate schedule activity costs, develop project schedule and cost baselines.
Topics that will be covered:
• Project Management Overview
• Project Life Cycle
• Project Processes
• Project Charter
• Scope Planning and Project Scope Statement
• Project Master Plan
• Work Breakdown Structure
• Project Time Management
• Project Cost Management
Prerequisites: Project managers, practitioners and team members involved in developing project plans consistent with generally recognized good practices of the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge.
Advanced Preparation: There is no advanced preparation for this course.
Fields of Study: Problem Solving, Planning, Project Management
Delivery Method: Group-Live | Course Level: Basic | Duration: Full day – 8:00am - 4:30pm
Continuing Education/Recertification Credits: CPE Credits, HRCI Recertification Credits and SHRM Professional Development Credits may be available for this course.