Project Management Workshop Exclusive Events

This project management workshop for Exclusive Events will give you a new understanding on project management plans and how to implement it in your daily work.  It is designed to make the life easier of each project manager in the industry.

Manage project scope and time

Which one is not a example of project objectives?

  • Risk Management
  • Communication Management
  • Social Media Management
  • Human Resource Management

Project Management Objectives

3.1 Project objectives

Objectives in project management are specific. A specific objective increase leads to the chances of a specific outcome.  Therefore objectives shouldn’t be vague. Project objectives must be measurable and contain key performance indicators that will be used to assess a project’s success.  Make your objectives SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-sensitive) within the context of your projects and responsibilities. 

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Primary Objectives

Deliver project objectives within time, resource and budget constraints. 

Align project execution with the strategy, mission, culture and ethics of the organization. 

Identify and clear project issues. 

Identify innovative solutions and approaches. 

Lead teams to motive and energize talent. 
Manage individual time and stress pressures. 

Integration Management

Develop a baseline project plan. 

Monitor and control project to plan. 

Manage change to prevent scope creep. 

Incorporate accepted changes into project plan. 

Redefine project plan to reflect changes to time, scope, quality, risk and cost priorities. 

Scope Management

Develop a business case. 

Investigate project alternatives. 

Determine project approaches. 

Develop an opportunity analysis. 

Define client needs. 

Identify project objectives and benefits. 

Determine project specifications. 

Time Management

Prepare a baseline project schedule. 

Estimate effort and time. 

Identify dependencies. 

Identify resource requirements. 

Schedule project work, gates and milestones. 

Identify and manage critical paths. 

Cost Management

Prepare project budget. 

Manage budget approvals. 

Control project budget. 

Manage project cash flow. 

Assess impact of scope changes to budget. 

Control changes to project budget. 

Quality Management

Identify quality control standards.

Ensure project complies with quality control standards. 

Develop a quality management plan. 

Manage quality assurance. 

Human Resource Management

Assemble teams according to project needs. 

Establish visions and principles for teams. 

Establish a team culture that allows teams to achieve objectives. 

Identify training needs for projects. 

Plan and schedule training and development. 

Communications Management

Gain commitment to decisions and approaches by promoting open dialog between stakeholders. 

Present complex issues clearly. 

Model decisions for stakeholders. 

Adapt your communication style to each situation. 

Handle confidential and private information appropriately. 

Risk Management

Identify risks with stakeholders. 

Compare identified risks with lists of well known project risks to ensure completeness. 

Evaluate risk probabilities and impacts. 

Evaluate risk interactions and assess possible risk outcomes. 

Prioritize risks based on probability, impact and stakeholder priorities. 

Stakeholder Management

Meet or exceed stakeholder needs. 

Develop organizational awareness (e.g. an understanding of the organization's structure and politics). 

Apply an understanding of organizational realities to achieve project goals. 

Build and maintain a network of alliances to achieve project goals.