About this course:
This executive course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and abilities you’ll need to apply for intermediate-level project management positions. The course consists of 4 modules which for Project Managers, would it be in IT or non-IT industry, are crucial to the success of their organizations because they lead, plan, and implement critical initiatives. In module 1, you’ll study fundamentals, project management vocabulary, key tools and techniques to be used during project management in a predictive and agile environment, develop a better understanding of a project manager’s and other project stakeholders’ position and responsibilities. You will be guided on what kinds of jobs you might be able to get after finishing this program. You’ll study from practitioner program manager throughout the program, who can give you a multi-faceted educational experience that will help you develop your abilities for on-the-job applications.
Learners who complete this program will be prepared to apply for intermediate-level project management positions. You may need to have 1-2 years of prior experience. You will be able to: define project management, describe what it entails and apply tools and techniques to your projects by the end of this course.
By the end of module 1, “Project Management Framework” you will be able to:
- Define a project, program, and portfolio management, and explain what they are.
- Understand the various tasks and duties of project managers in various sectors.
- Identify the essential skills that a project manager needs to be successful.
- List a project’s life cycle and explain why each phase is important.
- Know various program management methodologies and approaches to see which is the most effective for a specific project.
- Outline the impact of organizational structure and culture on project management.
- Define change management, as well as the project manager’s role in the process.
- What is Project Management Office and their types
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Learn what are the skills, tasks, and obligations of project managers in a range of sectors.
- Compare alternative program management approaches and explain the project management life cycle.
- Define organizational structure and culture, as well as how they affect project management.
- Understand the role of the Project Management Office and the importance of organizational process assets
SKILLS YOU WILL GAIN
- Organizational Culture
- Career Development
- Strategic Thinking
- Change Management
- Project Management
|100% online hybrid||Approx. 15 hours to complete (13 hours online and 2 hours interaction with trainer)|
|Executive Course 1 of 4 Modules||English|
|Intermediate Level||Certificate Upon Completion|
|Start Date: 01 February 2022||Price: $379 (Sale)|
- Module 1 – Project Management Framework
- What is a project?
- Roles in Project:
Project Manager, Project Sponsor/Initiator, Product Manager, Project Team, Stakeholders, Functional or Resource Manager, Program Manager, Portfolio Manager
- Project Management Methodologies
- What is Project / Program / Portfolio?
- Project Management Office (PMO)
- Organizational Project Management (OPM)
- Organizational Process Assets (OPAs)
- Processes, Procedures, and Policies
- Organizational knowledge
- Environmental Factors
- Assumptions and Constraints
- Frequently Used Tools and Techniques
- Business environment
- Project Life cycle
- What is the life cycle of the project
- What is the life cycle of development
- Initiation – what it is and what we do
- Planning – what it is and what we do
- Execution – what it is and what we do
- Monitoring/control – what it is and what we do
- Closing- what it is and what we do