Management Concepts

IT Project Monitoring and Controlling

Available dates

Feb 6—7, 2020
2 days
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day
May 7—8, 2020
2 days
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day
Jun 15—16, 2020
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day
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About the course

Monitoring and controlling an IT project is an ongoing activity that spans the life of the project. You will cover the activities involved in monitoring and controlling project actuals to baseline variances, adequate progress and status reporting, project process improvement plan, and critical path methods. You will also formulate a performance analysis on an IT project and complete a product backlog grooming activity using sprint performance results.

Learning Objectives

  • Design a project process improvement plan using quality control data
  • Formulate a performance analysis on an IT project
  • Complete a product backlog grooming activity using sprint performance results

Course Topics

IT Project Process Improvement Management

  • Start-Up Exercise
  • Project Process Improvement (PPI)
  • IT PPI Implementation
  • Adaptive Life Cycle PPI
  • Knowledge Check
  • Your Thoughts?
  • Aligning QA/QC with PPI
  • Knowledge Check
  • PPI Frameworks
  • Knowledge Check
  • Scrum Sprint Retrospective
  • Knowledge Check
  • Achievement Exercise
  • Application Checkpoint

IT Project Monitoring Tools, Techniques, and Processes

  • Your Thoughts?
  • Developing a Project Monitoring Program
  • Analyze the Collected Performance Data
  • Establishing Baselines and Performance Analysis Techniques
  • Agile-Based EVM
  • Adaptive IT Project Change Management
  • Risk and Issue Monitoring on Adaptive Projects

IT Project Controlling Tools, Techniques, and Processes

  • Controlling an Adaptive-Styled Project
  • Change Control in Adaptive Projects
  • Release-Level Management and Control in Adaptive Projects
  • Release-Level Management for U.S. Government Projects
  • Using “Execute to Experience” to Control Adaptive Projects
  • Using the Interval Review and Demonstration
  • Product Backlog Grooming

Who should attend

This course is intended for entry and intermediate level IT Program and Project managers.

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