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TM115: Project Management Principles



Course Objectives


The Principles course is designed to be a general overview of the project management life cycle and will be delivered by a renowned professor and Project Management Author.


Who should attend


One of the biases here is that everyone should understand more about how projects work in an organization. The Principles course provides a good overview for that. and would be beneficial to first line supervisors, project managers, middle managers. It would also be appropriate for project team members, departmental workers who interface with the project, and other technical specialists such as:


  • Accounting
  • finance
  • engineers
  • planners and
  • business analysts

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Organization of work planning and budgeting Scope management Organization of work planning and budgeting Monitor and Control Project organization
Introduction of participants Project initiation Creating the project first cut budget Monitor and Control concepts Project life cycle
Overview of the program and instructional strategy Business Case Producing a viable schedule and budget Project baselines Matrix model
Project failure statistics Developing project scope Producing a viable schedule and budget Project baselines Motivation theory
Project Management Overview Work Breakdown Structures Advanced time analysis concepts Tracking status Stakeholder management
Developing requirements Constructing a first cut project plan Monitoring and control processes Metrics theory Resource management
Working with teams Resource planning Key concepts review Configuration management concepts Configuration management concepts
Work Breakdown Structure Building a best-of class organization Building a best-of class organization


TM202: Project Management (Principles and Advanced Concepts)



Course Objectives


This course is offered in two sections—Principles and Advanced and would be delivered by a renowned Professor and Project Management author. The Principles course is designed to be a general overview of the project management life cycle. The Advanced class material moves beyond standard theory and describes more specific detail of the model, with the goal being to enhance organizational-level performance.


Who should attend


One of the biases here is that everyone should understand more about how projects work in an organization. The Principles course provides a good overview for that. The Advanced course typical audience would be first line supervisors, project managers, middle managers. Also, this material is appropriate for project team members, departmental workers who interface with the project, and other technical specialists such as:


  • * Accounting
  • engineers
  • planners and
  • business analysts

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10
Introductory Concepts Scope management Organization of work planning and budgeting Monitor and Control Project organization Procurement (supply chain management) HR, Communications Risk, and Quality Portfolio management concepts Software for Project Management Software for Project Management
Introduction of participants Project initiation Creating the project first cut budget Monitor and Control concepts Project life cycle
Overview of the program and instructional strategy Business Case Producing a viable schedule and budget Project baselines Matrix model
Project failure statistics Developing project scope Producing a viable schedule and budget Project baselines Motivation theory
Project Management Overview Work Breakdown Structures Advanced time analysis concepts Tracking status Stakeholder management
Developing requirements Constructing a first cut project plan Monitoring and control processes Metrics theory Resource management
Working with teams Resource planning Key concepts review Configuration management concepts Configuration management concepts
Work Breakdown Structure Building a best-of class organization Building a best-of class organization



TM0313: Project Management (Advanced Concepts)




Course Objectives


This Advanced class material moves beyond standard theory and describes more specific detail of the model, with the goal being to enhance organizational-level performance. The Class will be handled by a renowned Professor and Author.


Who should attend


The Advanced course typical audience would be:


  • Project managers and Engineers
  • Middle managers and Supervisors
  • Project Team members and departmental workers who interface with the project,
  • Accountants,
  • Planners and Business analysts

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Procurement (supply chain management) HR, Communications Risk, and Quality Portfolio management concepts Software for Project Management Software for Project Management
Risk management HR Management Portfolio management theory and practice Advanced life cycles-what's wrong with the theory? Case studies
Quality Management Communications Project Management Office organizations Adaptive life cycles (agile, Lean, etc.) General Discussions
Procurement management Risk model Examples and case studies Virtual organization management Closing
Enterprise governance issues Quality management Organizational champions versus losers Software for Project Management
Integration theory Project management issues in E&PMonitoring and control processes
Professional Responsibility concepts Enterprise analysis workshop-identifying project needs
Enterprise Project Management