Project Management

This series provides a detailed examination of project management concepts and strategies. It discusses the seven components of a management system and the five phases of the project life cycle, and looks at factors that affect cost and quality. The project manager's role is explored in detail, and strategies for defining the project are examined. Tasks such as developing the Work Breakdown Structure, estimating and scheduling resources, scheduling computations, and tracking project activities are discussed. The close-out phase of a project is also covered. Other topics include formalizing project management standards, developing a project team, and strategies for becoming a more effective project manager.
  • Exercises allow learners to practice in the actual application being studied.
  • A file containing the text of the exercises.
  • A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
  • A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.
Project Management Overview 2 hour(s)
Understanding the Project Manager's Role 2 hour(s)
Defining the Problem 60 minutes
Determining the Strategy 2 hour(s)
Developing the Work Breakdown Structure 2 hour(s)
Estimating and Scheduling Resources 2 hour(s)
Understanding Scheduling Computations 3 hour(s)
Tracking Project Activities 60 minutes
Closing Out the Project 60 minutes
Formalizing Project Management Standards 2 hour(s)
Developing Project Teams 2 hour(s)
Ensuring Your Own Effectiveness 2 hour(s)
Project Management
$35.00 CAD

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