This intensive three-days course is concerned with the application of Project Management techniques and knowledge for the effective estimating, planning, managing and control of a project.
It extends to identification, assessment and control of qualitative risks in the project-based enterprise. Uncertainty is inherent in all projects and particularly in the aspects of technical, financial, schedule, legal and quality (the latter includes safety, health, environment and facility integrity) performance. In addition, the course explores quantitative risk analysis using the basics of probability.
All terms and techniques covered in the course are compatible with PMI’s (Project Management Institute) “Body Of Knowledge”.
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the terms, processes, stages and documents used in the capital value process.
- Apply basic methods for defining and estimating activities.
- Use a systematic approach to Scope Management and Work Breakdown Structures.
- Build a WBS effectively to define the project work and coding of activities.
- Develop cost breakdown, organisation breakdown and product breakdown structures and learn the relationship between the structures.
- Use software estimating tools / methods to integrate estimate to work scope via WBS.
- Revise the estimate, budgets and monitor actual costs.
- Understand the strengths and weaknesses of MS Project in project planning and control.
- Integrate estimate and plan, setting up basic project and recording progress.
- Use standard software to assist in the risk management processes
- Understand merits and disadvantages of qualitative and quantitative risk assessment.
- Apply risk mitigation strategies, preliminary contingency levels and critical variables.
- Understand and apply Monte Carlo methods and expected monetary outcome.
- Effectively manage cash flow and cost control on the project.
- Effectively integrate risk and earned value.
- Project Managers
- Project Management team
- Project Coordinators
- Managers wishing to increase or update their knowledge of project management methodology functions and processes.
No specific requirements for participants.
1. Project Management (PM) Overview, The ‘Technical’ Stuff of Project Management for E- Busness project– Part One
- What is PM?
- Why projects go wrong
- E- Business Project goals and kickoff
- E-Business Project life cycle
- Project methodology for E-Business projects
- Planning and scheduling in E-Business projects
2. The ‘Technical’ Stuff of Project Management for E- Busness project – Part Two
- Work breakdown structure
- Estimating and scheduling resources
- Floats and critical paths
- Scheduling methods (GANTT and PERT)
- Defining the project team
- Tracking project activities
- Closing out projects
3. E-business project Implementation
- What is CBPM?
- Translating project goals into ‘personal commitments’
- PM Software
- Introduction to common PM software
- Documentation, Reporting, Risks And Scope
- Risk management
- Scope management
- Reporting and communication
- Project audit/review
- Post-implementation reviews
4. E-Business project resources
- Project manager’s role
- Project leadership and management
- Defining the project team
- Generating ‘buy-in’
- Personality profiling
- Running effective project meetings
- Negotiations and reporting
Waktu Pelaksanaan 3 Hari
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