Project Management

 Winning Project Management

In this introductory class you will develop the skills to build a sturdy project plan and to manage the project using that plan. You will learn how to balance the triple constraints of scope, cost, and schedule with the other project imperatives of quality, risk, stakeholder satisfaction, and business profit. Participants will use their own real projects to develop a scope statement, work breakdown structure, network logic diagram, and resource assignments. Through the interactive game of Herding Cats, everyone will manage a project, revise a plan based on milestone achievements, assess risk, and re-plan to accommodate changes that occur. Topics include progress measurement techniques such as buffer management and earned value, status reporting, and how to manage a team of creative individual contributors. The program includes the latest terminology from PMI's PMBOK Guide. Note: This is NOT a PMP exam prep course. Materials are a separate fee ($60 payable to the instructor the first class via cash or check).   Instructor: Jack Nevison from New Leaf Project Management.    $369 tuition        

Friday:  October 12, 19, 26    8:30am - 3:30pm                             Bedford campus        
Course # CAR 869 30          17151                                    Henderson Hall Room 115
To register, call 1-800-818-3434 


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In this program, you’ll gain a better understanding of how to apply project management concepts and any variations between them. You will learn more advanced project management tasks, such as how to select projects and develop strategies for them, how to create a complex schedule model, and how to identify and assess any risks in the project. You’ll learn about stat using and forecasting, in addition to project recovery concepts, and project termination. This program meets or exceeds the educational requirements for those interested in the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. Students who are interested in earning the PMP credential must schedule and pay for testing on their own after program completion. When you register, you receive six (6) months to complete this program. Course is not eligible for tuition waivers.
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