Project management course is important in ensuring the success of all projects. While Managing a project from start to finish not only means managing a group of people with different skills and talents. It is also managing day to day risks and issues. Project managers are responsible for planning and executing the project objectives. Tasks and activities are outlined and communicated to the team to ensure that these are carried out with minimum delay. Each project follows a Project Life Cycle. A sound project plan can mean the difference between success or failure.

It’s a hard skill to master, but well worth learning. And here’s why:

  1. Defines a plan and organises chaos– projects are naturally chaotic. The primary business function of project management is organizing and planning projects to tame this chaos. However, a clear path mapped out from start to finish ensures the outcome meets the goals of your project.
  2. Establishes a schedule and plan– Without a schedule, a project has a higher probability of delays and cost overruns. A sound schedule is key to a successful project.
  3. Enforces and encourages teamwork– A project brings people together to share ideas and provide inspiration. Collaboration is the cornerstone to effective project planning and management.
  4. Maximises resources– Resources, whether financial or human, are expensive. By enforcing project management disciplines such as project tracking and risk management, all resources are used efficiently and economically.
  5. Manages Integration– Projects don’t happen in a vacuum. Business process, systems and organizations integrated them.
    You can’t build a sales system that doesn’t integrate with your sales process and sales organization. It wouldn’t add much value. Integration is often key to project value.
    Project management identifies and manages integration.
  6. Controls cost– some projects can cost a significant amount of money so on budget performance is essential. Using project management strategies greatly reduces the risk of budget overruns.
  7. Manages change– projects always happen in an environment in which nothing is constant but change. Managing change is a complex and daunting task. It is not optional. Project management manages change.
  8. Managing quality– Quality is the value of what you produce. Project management identifies, manages and controls quality. This results in a high quality product or service and a happy client.
  9. Retain and use knowledge– While projects generate knowledge or at least they should. Knowledge also represents a significant asset for most businesses. However, knowledge if left unmanged tends to quickly fade. Thus,project management ensures that knowledge is captured and managed.
  10. Learning from failure– Projects do fail. When they do, it is important to learn from the process. After all,  project management ensures that lessons are learned from project success and failure.

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Agile Project Management

Course Objective

After this 2-day course, participants are expected to learn the following:

  • Define projects, project management, and project managers
  • Identify the importance of PMBOK and PMI
  • Examine the five process groups & nine knowledge area as defined by the PMI
  • Describe the triple constraint
  • Perform a project needs assessment & write goals, requirements & deliverables
  • Create key project documents including a statement of work, project plan worksheet & project charter
  • Build a project schedule, estimating time, costs & resources
  • Master the work breakdown structure
  • Create project planning documents including a schedule, a risk management plan & a communication plan
  • Use planning tools including the Gantt chart, network diagram & RACI chart
  • Establish and use baselines
  • Monitor and maintain a project
  • Perform basic project management tasks including leading status meetings
  • Manage and complete all documents at the end of a project


At the end of this 2-day course, the participants will learn -

Day 1 –

Lesson 1 Introduction

  • Definition of Project
  • Definition of Project Management
  • The Role of a Project Manager

Lesson 2 Terms and Concepts

  • PMBOK and PMI Methodology
  • Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing
  • Knowledge Areas of Project Management
  • Scope, Schedule and Cost

Lesson 3 Initiation and Planning

  • Data gathering
  • Identifying your stakeholders
  • SMART objectives
  • Creating requirements

Lesson 4 Timeline

  • Creating an initial schedule
  • Risk Mitigation Plan
  • Communication and Coordination

Lesson 5 Project Estimation

  • Time Management
  • Estimating costs and resources
  • Building the work breakdown Structure

Day 2 –

Lesson 6 Project Planning

  • Creating the Schedule
  • Creating a Risk Management Plan
  • Creating a Communication Plan

Lesson 7 Tools and Reports

  • The Gantt Chart
  • The network diagram
  • The critical path
  • Other Planning Tools

Lesson 8 Defining Baseline

  • Establishing Baselines
  • Monitoring Baselines
  • Schedule Reduction Methods

Lesson 9 Information is Key

  • Communication and Reports
  • Change Request

Lesson 10 Project Close Out

  • Administrative tasks
  • Personnel tasks
  • Scope verification
  • Document checklist

Registration Fees: PhP 7499 per participant

- Flexible length - sessions as short as 1-hour
- Cost effective - great group pricing
- Greatest impact in the shortest time
- Excellent Team Building Opportunity
- Certificate of Completion

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