Project Management Series (F501 Project Managem)

Venue: WEBINAR - your desk!

Location: Arlington, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 03, 2008 End Date/Time: Mar 07, 2008
Early Registration Date: Feb 14, 2008
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Project Management is a systematic process and must be understood before one can effectively lead a project team and manage projects effectively. Technical competence and good intentions are not enough to finish a project on time, within budget and satisfying customer requirements. Projects need to be well defined, systematically planned, diligently managed during execution and effectively closed out to ensure customer satisfaction and build on our existing knowledge base.

Whether it is for work or home, every day you are managing some type of project. Each of these projects is different in scope, schedule and budget, but for each you have a similar end goal, success! This five day, webinar will teach you how to successfully execute a project from start to finish.

Benefits of Attending the Project Management Webinar
• Receive 7.5 PDU’s
• The benefits of training with a low-time commitment
• A low-cost and complete overview of projects from initiation to close-out
• A program built on the Project Mgmt Institute's PMBoK, the globally-recognized authority on project management
• Receive the Project Management Text Book—a step-by-step guide through your Project Management Training
• Receive a Copy of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)
• Afraid you'll miss something? This course also comes with an audio CD of your training so you can review the material as often as needed

Tuition: $799
*register by February 14 and receive a $100 discount

March 3
Step 1: Project Initiation
• Examine the initial customer service contact and understand how to maximize the first customer meeting
Step 2: Establishing the Project Team
• Identify your project team and project stakeholders
Step 3: Define the Project
• Conduct a project kick-off meeting and develop a project description document

March 4
Step 4: Plan the Project Infrastructure
• Determine your projects infrastructure and how your project will operate
Step 5: Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
• Identify the work that is necessary to produce the scope deliverables, satisfy customer requirements and assign activity ownership
Step 6: Developing the Preliminary Schedule
• Develop your preliminary project schedule
March 5
Step 7: Developing the Preliminary Budget
• Develop a your preliminary project budget
Step 8: Plan Optimization
• To make changes to the plan to meet customer requirements
Step 9: Risk Management Planning
• To develop risk management plans for areas of high risk

March 6
Step10: Plan Wrap-up and Approval
• Gain management and customer approval of your project plan
Step 11: Collect Status
• Collect status reports to enable assessment of your project performance
Step 12: Identify and Analyze Variances
• Identify variances to your plan and assess causes and impacts

March 7
Step 13: Take Corrective Actions
• Identify and take corrective actions necessary to realign your approved baseline
Step 14: Report Project Status
• Report your project status to all stakeholders
Step 15: Project Close-Out
• Close out and archive your project documentation and lessons learned