The Effective Project Management course aims to guide Project Managers on how to lead the project team in order to deliver projects. It follows the latest and updated Project Management best practices and standards which include learning how to be a servant leader, collaborating with the project team and stakeholders, delivering projects with business value, and adapting to different methodologies available in managing projects.
This course is divided into two parts:
Part 1 will discuss the key concepts of Project Management which include the Definition of Terms, Knowledge Areas, and Process Groups. These key concepts will help the Project Managers understand their role in the organization and how they can help business realize their mission, vision, and objectives.
Part 2 will focus more on the three Domains – People, Process and Business. These domains will be greatly explained with different PM tasks and sub-topics by providing situational examples to help the Project Managers analyze and better handle their responsibilities in delivering projects to the organization.
Things You Might Need for this Course
To review the different key concepts in Project Management.
To provide understanding on the different knowledge areas as described in PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK®).
To revisit the different process groups that are used as milestones in project management.
To define the different PM methodologies and to understand which ones to you in delivering projects.
To explore the different tasks assigned under the People Domain which include conflict management, leadership, collaboration, and addressing impediments.
To focus on the different activities in the Process Domain as it relates to the 10 knowledge areas of the PMBoK.
To explore the benefits and values as part of the Business Domain.
To understand the importance of compliance in Project Management.
PART 1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT KEY CONCEPTS
PORTFOLIO VS PROGRAM
PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGIES
PART 2 DOMAINS
Leading and Mentoring the Team
Empowering and Supporting the Team
Collaborating with the Team
Training the Team
Defining Mission, Vision, Objectives, and Scope
Identifying and Managing Risks
Setting Up the Schedule
Setting Up Ground Rules and Communication with Project Team and Stakeholders
Handling and Resolving Issues
Negotiating Project Agreements and Determining Procurement Needs