Project Management Executive Overview - 4 hours

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Learning Objectives

  • Introduce project management best practices
  • Discuss the entire project management life cycle
  • Demonstrate the business value of good project management via good planning and execution.

Course Overview and Agenda

The objective of Project Management Executive Overview is to introduce the executive leadership to project management best practices involved in properly initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing a project. This course is designed demonstrate the business value of project management and stresses the need for proper initiating and planning of projects to minimize rework, meet expectations, and execute and manage projects using a standardized approach.

Introduction

  • Background
  • Definitions
  • Cost of Rework
  • Triple Constraints
  • Roles of the Project Manager
  • Management of Expectations
  • Cost and Staffing Across the Project
  • Stakeholder Influence

Project Management Process Overview

  • Project Management Process Groups v. Plan-Do-Check-Act model
  • Process Groups Interacting on a Project
  • Mapping Process Groups and Knowledge Areas

Initiating

  • Initiating a Project
  • Contents of the Charter
  • Identify Stakeholders
  • Power Interest Grid

Planning

  • Develop Project Management Plan
  • Contents of the Project Management Plan and Other Project Documents
  • Change Control Process

1. Scope Management

  • Scope Management Components
  • Project Scope Statement
  • Work Breakdown Structure
  • Scope Baseline

2. Project Schedule Management

  • Time Management Components
  • Critical Path

3. Project Cost Management

  • Cost Management Components
  • Cost Baseline

4. Project Quality Management

  • Quality Management Components
  • Cost of Rework

5. Project Resource Management

  • Resource Management Components
  • Resource Tools and Techniques
  • Staffing Management Plan

6. Project Communications Management

  • Communications Management Components
  • Communications Model
  • Communications Management Plan

7. Project Risk Management

  • Risk Management Components
  • Risk Management Plan
  • Risk Register
  • Risk Strategies

8. Project Procurement Management

  • Project Procurement Management Components
  • Contract Types
  • Procurement Management Plan
  • Source Selection Criteria

9. Project Stakeholder Management

  • Project Stakeholder Management Components
  • Stakeholder Management Plan and Stakeholder Engagement Assessment

Direct, Manage, Monitor and Control Project Work


Perform Integrated Change Control


1. Scope Management

  • Scope Management Components
  • Validate Scope vs. Control Scope

2. Project Time Management

  • Time Management Components and Control Schedule

3. Project Cost Management

  • Cost Management Components
  • Earned Value, Cost Based Metrics and Graphic Performance Report
  • Estimate at Completion

4. Project Quality Management

  • Quality Management Components

5. Project Resource Management

  • Resource Management Components and Organizational Chart
  • Motivational Theory and Sources of Conflict

6. Project Communications Management

  • Communications Management Components and Communications Model

7. Project Risk Management

  • Risk Management Components

8. Project Procurement Management

  • Procurement Management Components and Source Selection Criteria

9. Project Stakeholder

  • Project Stakeholder Management Components
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