Course Outline
1. Foundations
Formal vs. informal project management
Project Management Institute (PMI®) framework
Project management life cycle
2. Initiating
Role of the project manager
Project charter
Stakeholder identification and assessment
Progressive elaboration
3. Planning
Planning around project constraints
SMART objectives
Converting objectives into requirements
Decomposition of requirements into a work breakdown structure
Developing a work breakdown structure dictionary
Principles of estimating time and cost
Analyzing work and estimating duration of work packages
Determining sequence of work packages
Network diagramming and critical path analysis
Budgeting resources and cost control
Ensuring that all management responsibility areas are included in the project plan
Analyzing risks for probability and impact
Mitigating and planning risk contingencies
Preparing baselines for scope, time, and cost
Obtaining stakeholder sign-off
4. Executing, Monitoring, and Controlling
Team-building principles and priorities
Status and performance reporting
Management by exception
Keeping stakeholders informed and involved
Steering performance back to the baseline
Integrated change controls
5. Closing
Transitioning the product or service
Capturing lessons learned for the organization
Final report to stakeholders
Formal vs. Informal Project Management
Analyze Stakeholders
Convert Vague Objectives into SMART Objectives
Create a Work Breakdown Structure
Estimate Effort and Duration for Work Packages
Perform Network Diagramming and Determine Critical Path
Estimate Resource Costs for Work Packages
Analyze and Plan for Risk
Manage Project Change
Review Lessons Learned.

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