Project management involves a set of techniques that anyone can apply to achieve their goals and manage their tasks more effectively. Project management can be used for small and easier projects as well as larger and more complex ones.
In this training, we'll cover the basics of project management from defining the problem, establishing project goals, creating the project plan to managing resources, meeting deadlines, and closing out projects. We'll also give you tips on reporting project performance and winning client approval.
But how do you successfully get through all the stages of project delivery and complete tasks on time? You can find the answers to all your questions in our Project Management eLearning.
Contents of the online course "Project Management“
Introduction to project management: what is project management? Skills and responsibilities of a project manager. How does organizational structure affect project management? Project Management Software.
Stage 1. Initiation: Identify stakeholders, identify the problem, define objectives and requirements, identify outcomes and success criteria, etc..
Stage 2. Planning: Create WBS, define work packages, estimate time and cost, establish project schedule, determine cost and budget, etc..
Stage 3 and 4. Implementation and Control: securing needed resources, effective communication techniques, conducting meetings, managing teams, etc..
Stage 5. Completion: obtaining client agreement, documenting the process, preparing the final report, etc..
Additional materials: final test, downloads.
Excerpt from the e-learning "Project Management“
Project life cycle
According to the Project Management Institute, project management includes 5 groups of processes: initiation, planning, execution, control, completion.
Stage 1. Initiation. During this stage it is necessary to define the project: its scope, initial cost, resources, stakeholders.
Stage 2. Planning. Here you need to figure out how you will implement the project. In short, you need to find the answers to the following questions, "What am I going to do?" "How are you going to do it?" and "How will I know we have completed the project?" Once you're done with the plan, it's time to get approval to start the project.
Steps 3 and 4. Implementation and Control. These two steps involve implementing the plan: launching it, finding resources, introducing the team to the project, and completing the tasks in the plan.
Step 5. Completion. This stage is short but important. The client must formally accept the project as complete. Document the presentation, draw conclusions, finalize contracts, and help the team move on to the next project.
How does the training go?
Each trainee receives a personal account to access the training. It is completed online, at a time and place that is convenient for the user. The only things needed are a computer/laptop and internet access.
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