INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

 

 

 

 

 

The Course Introduction To Project Management

The Course Duration- 3 Hours

The Course Description:

Introduction To Project Management

The Project Management Methodology:

The Student Will Learn On The Project Management Methodology. The Student Will Learn On The How To Make The Project Plan And Know The Scope Of The Project And By Do The Planning Start The Estimation Of The Project And Launch The Project And By Making The Team Monitor And Control The Project. The Student Will Become A Project Management Manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction To Project Management

Project Management Methodology


Introduction To Project Management

A- Opening And Introduction

A project is a sequence of unique, complex  and connected activities having one goal or purpose and that must be completed by a specific time, within budget  and according to specification.

Project Management Methodology

Project Scope And Activity-Planning

Planning, Estimation And Scheduling

Team Management

Project Monitoring & Control

The Project Management Methodology: 

B- Concept Of Project Planning

Project planning involves understanding the fundamentals of a project: What business situation is being addressed?

What do you need to do? 

What will you do?

How will you do it?

How will you know you did it?

How well did you do?

C- Scope The Project

Develop and gain approval of a general statement of the goal and business value of the project. Eliciting the true needs of the project .

Documenting the project’s needs .

Negotiating with the sponsor/senior management how these needs will be met .

Writing a one-page description of the project .

Gaining senior management approval to plan the project .

D- Plan The Project

Identify work to be done and estimate time, cost and resource requirements and gain approval to do the project. Defining all of the work of the project.

Estimating how long it will take to complete this work

Estimating the resources required to complete the work

Estimating the total cost of the work

Sequencing the work

Building the initial project schedule

Analyzing & adjusting the project schedule

Writing a risk management plan

Documenting the project plan

Gaining senior management approval to launch the project

E- Project Estimation & Planning 

The steps in project estimation and planning are:

Define project requirements: Define the project goals/priorities and requirements.

Define the communication, training, and change management requirements.

Decompose the above requirements into a work-breakdown structure (WBS), that defines each activity required to complete the project.

Schedule the activities in the WBS into a time-related plan.

Estimate the time, cost and resources required for the plan.

F- Project Estimation

Refine the work breakdown structure and define what type of skills you will need, what types of tasks are to be done, what are the major risks of the project, and what dependencies you might have between project elements.

G- Launch the project 

Recruit the team and establish team operating rules Recruiting the project team.

Writing the Project Description Document.

Establishing team operating rules.

Establishing the scope change management process.

Managing team communications.

Finalizing the project schedule.

Writing work packages.

H- Team Management

A project team is a group of professionals committed to achieving common objectives, who work well together and who relate directly and openly with one another to get things done.

Project team membership Project manager –(chosen before Scoping)

Core team (chosen before Planning)

Supporting team (chosen before Launching)

I- Monitor & Control The Project 

Respond to change requests and resolve problem situations to maintain project progress.

 Monitoring project performance

Establishing the project performance and reporting system

Monitoring risk

Reporting project status

Processing scope change requests

Discovering and solving problems

Controlling a project is closely linked to risk management

High Control – Low Risk

Low Control – High Risk

Need to minimize the risk that the project won’t finish successfully . Successfully generally means “on time and within budget”.

To do so, you need measurements to help decide if the project is on track.

If something’s wrong, you need to address what corrective action will be taken.

J- Purpose Of Management Controls

To track progress

To detect variance from plan

To take corrective action

K- The Role Of  The Project Manager

 Your Responsibilities As Project Manager

 The project

Your organization

Your team

Yourself

Skill Requirements Of  The Project Manager

Project management process skills

Interpersonal and behavioral skills

Technology management skills

Desired personal traits


The Estimation and Team Management is the project Management Process. Is this true?. Select the answer. A- True. B- False.

  • A- True
  • B- False

Find the project management method?. Select the correct answer. A- Project scope. B- Team Management. C- Monitoring and Control. D- All.

  • A- Project Scope
  • B- Team Management
  • C- Monitoring and Control
  • D- All

What is the project manager skill?. Select correct answer. A- Interpersonal skill. B- Behavioral skill. C- Both is correct.

  • A- Interpersonal Skill
  • B- Behavioral Skill
  • C- Both is correct

Your Responsibilities as a Project Manager are- A- The Project. B- Your Organization. C- Your Team. D- All is correct. Select the right answer.

  • A- The Project
  • B- Your Organization
  • C- Your Team
  • D- All is correct

Which is the plan the project step?. Select the right answer. A- Identified work to be done. B- Technology Management Skill. C- Both is correct.

  • A- Identified work to be done
  • B- Technology Management Skill
  • C- Both is correct