Why Project Management?
“The P in PM is as much about People Management as it is about Project Management.” (Cornelius Fichtner)
Project management involves organizing, planning, leading, coordinating and evaluating the activities and resources needed to achieve a specific goal, while framing the project in time and budget.
- Understand the difference between business objectives and those of a project
- Developing a strategy for the success of the project management activity (prioritization, delegation)
- Fair distribution of each task – WBS (Work Break-down Structure)
- Organizing a project by taking into account time intervals, resources, risks and quality
- Knowledge of the steps and existing areas of project management
- What we mean by project and its management.
- Definitions, examples, the overall picture of the concept.
- Steps/Stages of project management
- Initiation (important actors, stakeholders, stages)
- Completion of the project/delivery of the project
- Post-project evaluation
- Project Manager
- Role, skills, tasks, manager vision (coordination, resource management, motivation, delegation, follow-up, etc.)
- WBS – Work Break-down Structure
- Definitions, examples, stages of WBS
- Resources and budget management
- Each project has specific resources and budgets. At the planning stage of the project, the project manager must estimate the necessary resources and not exceed them. A very important resource that every manager needs to take into account is the human one, which needs motivation and coaching throughout the entire project.
- Risk Management
- How can any risk be anticipated and how can the best solutions be identified?
- How to prevent risks that are not in our control
- Quality management and project delivery
Each project requires quality management, and it must correspond exactly to the commitment.
- Defining the concept, setting standards and achieving them
- Agile methods applicable to project management
- 2 daily meetings
- standing sessions