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Project Management Process Groups: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling



In today’s dynamic and demanding markets, organizations that want to lead and achieve growth that far exceeds what their competition is planning for as well as what they have been used to in the past, cannot afford to be just a good organization, but rather a Great Organisation.

Great Organisations need to adopt aggressive, well-balanced, and coordinated strategies to achieve their desired vision. Those strategies need to identify attainable and measurable goals for which the organization can assure that their strategies will be deployed as planned.

What does this mean? Organizations that want to become Great Organisations need to shift their strategy from “Running the Business” to “Growing the Business”. This would require those organizations to initiate, strategically align, prioritize, plan, and successfully deliver hundreds of projects to achieve their desired vision. Those will include strategy, operations, new products, new services, and capital investment projects. Projects that will require individuals from the different functional divisions to be set accountable for delivering their scope as well as manage resources, labor, and non-labor, collaborate with other team members and communicate with external and internal stakeholders. Having a project management methodology will strongly help organizations to achieve their strategic objectives.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the new concepts of Project Management created by PMI. ?
  • Understand and demonstrate the project management process groups as per the PMBOK Guide 5th ?edition “Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing”?
  • Practice for the PMI professional exam “PMP, PMI-RMP, and SP”. ?
  • Determine the gap areas they may have and follow a road map to enhance their competency level.

Targeted Audience:

  • Project managers, program managers, and project management practitioners who are or will be involved in the areas of engineering, production, data processing, research, and development?
  • construction, corporate planning, finance, and marketing. ?
  • This course is of particular importance to executives, managers, and supervisors in government and? industry who are concerned with effectively managing ventures and projects where cost, schedule, and performance of programs must meet rigid requirements.

Course Outlines:

Unit 1:

  • Introduction
  • Pre-assessment
  • Project Management Framework
    • Definitions
    • Project Management Context
    • Organizational Influences on Project Management
  • Project Management Process Groups
    • Project Management Skills
    • General Management Skills
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Project Management Performance Competency
  • Professional & Social Responsibility
  • Test your knowledge 1

Unit 2:

  • Project Management Initiation Process Group
    • Developing the Project Charter
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
    • Group Exercise
    • Identify Stakeholders
  • The role of the Project Management Team in Initiating the Project / Phase.

Unit 3:

  • Project Management Planning Process Group:
    • Develop Project Management Plan
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
    • Plan Scope Management
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
    • Collect Requirements
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
    • Technical & Management, and HSE Requirements
    • Exercise

Unit 4:

  • Define scope
  • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
  • Create Work Breakdown Structure
  • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs
  • Test your knowledge 2

Unit 5:

  • Introduction to MS Project
  • WBS Case Study
  • Revision
  • Final Assessment
  • Wrap up & Closing

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