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Guide to Project Management Development PMD Pro 1



Projects, regardless of their scope of work, follow a number of principles in their management. The management of development projects may affect the livelihood of many people in need. This program is a guide in this process. It will introduce participants to the project management stages, and will open their eyes to tiny little aspects they might not be aware of.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the life cycle of projects.

  • Abide by the pre-determined scope, time, and budget of the project.

  • Ensure equitable participation in project development.

  • Effectively conclude projects and avoid leaving pending issues unresolved before closure.

Targeted Audience:

  • Project managers .

  • Development sector professionals.

  • Consultants/contract staff.

  • The staff of international NGOs.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Navigating Development Projects: From Inception to Assessment:

  • Introducing projects.

  • Projects in the development sector.

  • The life cycle of a development project .

  • Project identification and design.

  • Data collection and data analysis.

  • Assessing project needs.

Unit 2:

Foundations of Project Setup and Planning: Governance, Frameworks, and Components:

  • Project set up.

  • Project governance structure.

  • Project logical framework .

  • Project planning.

  • The need for project planning.

  • Components of a project plan.

Unit 3:

Executing Projects: Scheduling, People Management, and Evaluation:

  • Project implementation and scheduling.

  • People management.

  • Project monitoring, evaluation, and control.

  • Planning project monitoring. 

  • Project evaluation approaches and control.

Unit 4:

Transitioning Projects: Change Management and Closure Strategies:

  • Change management. 

  • Issues in project transition. 

  • Project closing strategy. 

  • Verifying project deliverables.

  • Aspects to consider while the closing project. 

Unit 5:

Essential Project Management Disciplines: Time, Finance, Risk, and Stakeholders:

  • Project management disciplines.

  • Time management. 

  • Financial management.

  • Risk management.

  • Justification management.

  • Stakeholder management.

  • Supply chain management.

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