Who should attend
Individuals who are new to project management, “accidental” project managers (professionals for whom PM is a secondary part of their jobs), business analysts, subject-matter experts from any field who contribute to projects, managers responsible for projects and experienced project managers looking to review current tools, techniques, and processes.
About the course
A well-defined project schedule is the single most important tool that will guide your project to completion. Anticipating project twists and turns will help you make better decisions, manage scope creep and hit your targets. … Yet even experienced project managers struggle with creating a schedule that works. In this course you’ll learn key techniques to map out your project successfully.
How will you benefit?
- The Work Breakdown Structure
- Explain the Purpose of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Precedence Diagrams
- Create Precedence (Network) Diagrams to Show Task Dependencies and to Put Tasks into a Logical Sequence
- Risk Management Planning
- Adjust Schedules for Risk as Needed to Ensure They Are Realistic
What will you learn and practice?
This short hands-on training programme is highly interactive with exercises. The programme will be led by an experienced facilitator with former management experience in international companies.
- Separate core project tasks into more manageable components
- Determine the proper sequence of project tasks
- Use network logic diagrams to understand key task dependencies
- Identify and analyze project risks and deploy effective risk-response strategies
- Overcome common scheduling mistakes
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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