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Project Management Course

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Description

PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSE CONTENT

  • Core components of project management
  • The benefits of effective project management
  • Project environment and PESTLE analysis
  • Roles and responsibilities within a project
  • Purpose and the business case
  • Production of an efficient project management plan
  • Stakeholder management and analysis
  • Successful leadership and teamwork
  • Configuration management and change control
  • Procurement
  • Project risk management process
  • The communication plan
  • Project reporting

Who should attend

  • Individuals intending to learn how to manage projects effectively.
  • Professionals looking to advance within their sector.
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IT Project Requirements and Configuration Management

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Next dates

Aug 1—2
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day
Apr 6—7, 2020
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day
Jul 30—31, 2020
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1399
USD 699 per day

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Description

Requirements management can be complex, but is an integral component of IT project success. You will learn about developing requirements, lifecycle planning and alignment, managing project change, and configuration management. You will apply the requirements management process and activities to an IT project, effectively choose the most appropriate lifecycle model, create an effective change management process, and design an appropriate configuration management plan.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply the requirements management process and activities to an IT project
  • Describe how to effectively choose the most appropriate lifecycle model for a project
  • Create an effective change management process
  • Design an appropriate configuration management plan

Course Topics

Requirements Management

  • Start-Up Exercise
  • IT Project Requirements Management
  • Predictive Requirements Management
  • Adaptive Requirements Management
  • Elicitation Techniques
  • The Interview
  • Requirements Analysis and Refinement
  • Predictive Requirements Packaging
  • Adaptive Requirements Packaging
  • Achievement Exercise
  • Application Checkpoint

Lifecycle Development

  • Start-Up Exercise
  • Lifecycle Model Choices
  • Project Governance and Oversight
  • Achievement Exercise
  • Application Checkpoint

IT Project Change Management

  • Start-Up Exercise
  • Change Management and Lifecycle Choice
  • Knowledge Check
  • Adaptive Lifecyle Change Management
  • Knowledge Check
  • Predictive Lifecyle Change Management
  • Effective Change Management Approach
  • Knowledge Check
  • Change Management Measures of Success (MOS)
  • Change Control Board/Change Review Board (CCB/CRB)
  • Knowledge Check
  • Implementing a Change Management Process
  • Defining Change Management Components & Artifacts
  • Achievement Exercise
  • Application Checkpoint

IT Project Configuration Management

  • Start-Up Exercise
  • Your Thoughts?
  • Software Configuration Management (SCM)
  • Knowledge Check
  • SCM Concepts and Features
  • Knowledge Check
  • SCM During and After Development
  • Knowledge Check
  • Your Thoughts?
  • SCM and CM Are Complementary
  • Knowledge Check
  • Exercise: Software Component Revision Control Setup
  • Designing an Effective IT Project SCM Solution
  • Your Thoughts?
  • Setting Up the SCM Environment
  • Software Configuration Management Plan
  • Software Configuration Baselines and Changes
  • SCM Tools
  • Achievement Exercise
  • Application Checkpoint

Who should attend

This course is intended for entry- and intermediate-level IT program and project managers.

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