Virtual 6-Hour Project Management Seminar for Non-Project Managers (2022) –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “6-Hour Virtual Seminar on Project Management for Non-Project Managers” webinar was added to from offer.

This virtual seminar will address the critical project management tasks within each phase of the project that must be executed flawlessly for effective project execution to occur and will provide the foundation and direction for future study of the topic.

Why should you attend

It is not possible to present a complete treatment of project management in the space of 6 hours. However, it is possible to focus on the most important aspects of project management that are essential to the success of any project. Without basic tools, it is not possible to effectively manage a project until the predetermined end date without turmoil and chaos.

We’ve distilled the key aspects of project management into three two-hour virtual seminar segments that will logically move attendees from the beginning of the project management process to the end – from project initiation to project closeout.

The seminar is designed to develop a practical understanding of the subject and for a quick start for unforeseen project management assignments.

Who should attend:

  • Any member of a cross-functional project team who has the potential opportunity to lead this project

  • Engineers

  • Marketing Associates

  • Product Managers

  • Program managers

  • Contract managers

  • Project managers

  • Research and Development Associates, Managers and Directors

  • Design engineers

  • Manufacturing Managers

Main topics covered:

Course 1 – Introduction to Project Management – An Overview

  • What is a project ?

  • What is Project Management?

  • The role of the project manager

  • What is effective project management?

  • The five stages of a project

  • The triple constraint, collaboration and flexibility

  • The pitfalls of project management

  • Determine and specify the business need

  • Identify project expectations, resources and budgets – project scope statement/project charter

  • Determine the audience for your project, i.e. project stakeholders, initiator and champion(s)

  • How to work and interact with your audience

  • Determine/develop project objectives

  • What are the constraints of the project?

Lesson 2 – Specify the project work to be performed and establish the project schedule and resource requirements

  • Develop the work breakdown structure

  • Name key tasks

  • make assumptions

  • Special Project Situations

  • Long term project planning

  • Viewing the work breakdown structure

  • Categorize project work

  • What to document

  • Purpose and function of the network diagram

  • Read and interpret a network diagram

  • Creating the network diagram

  • Develop initial schedule

  • Determine activity durations

  • play calendar

  • Determine which team member skills are needed

  • Estimate human resource needs

  • Meeting resource commitments

  • Troubleshoot resource overloads and conflicts

  • Management of several projects

  • Budget preparation

Lecture 3 – Risk, the project team, project management and control

  • Risk factors and risks

  • Identify risk factors

  • Types of risks

  • Risk assessment and weighting

  • Determine consequences

  • Develop a risk mitigation strategy

  • Develop your risk management plan

  • Project Management Organizational Structures

  • Define the key players and their roles

  • Roles and responsibilities of team members

  • Assignment of project tasks

  • Authority versus responsibility

  • The RACI table

  • Developing operational strategies and procedures for the team

  • Management of team activities

  • Develop your team

  • Managing the performance of the team and individual team members

  • Intercultural work

  • Collaboration and flexibility – how are they executed and managed successfully

  • Scope creep and how it is handled

  • Monitoring and progress report

  • Work effort tracking

  • Manage the budget

  • Communicate effectively – how to make it work

  • When things go wrong – planning alternatives

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