It is an established fact that IT projects are more prone to failure than any other type of project. In fact usingthe traditional yardstick of Time, Cost and Quality virtually no IT projects can be considered totally successful. The main reason for this is that IT projects are inherently more difficult than non-IT projects. It is therefore particularly important for IT projects that they are correctly Initiated Planned and Managed. This is the responsibility of Project Management. Throughout the course practical applications of the theory will be illustrated by examples and case studiesfrom the presenter's considerable experience of managing large, complex IT projects. The format of theseminar is very interactive with delegates encouraged to share their experiences.
Who should take this course
This seminar is intended for Project Managers, Technical Leaders, Clients team members, IT system usersand anyone involved in an information technology project. It is particularly beneficial for non-technical people who find themselves responsible for an IT project. This is not a software engineering course but itwill provide the basic knowledge required to manage a software project from initial requirements analysis to final implementation.
Day 1 - Project Scope & Integration Management. Project Management Institute. Project Management Body of Knowledge. Project Appraisal. Definition of project success. Scope Management. Life Cycles. Obtaining correct Requirements. Project Initiation. Integration Management. The Project Development Plan. Work Breakdown Structures Use of Microsoft Project.
Day 2 - Project Time & Cost Estimating and Risk Management. Generic Estimating Techniques. Software Estimating Techniques. Project Scheduling. PERT and Critical Path methods. Precedence Relationships. Resource Usage and Leveling. Risk Identification Methods. Risk Analysis & Response Development. Risk Monitoring. Contingency Planning and Management Reserves.
Day 3 - Project Procurement Planning & Project Control. Procurement/Contract Planning. Proposal Solicitation/Contract Types. Evaluating Suppliers. Integrating Scope/Time and Cost Control. Project Monitoring. Evaluating Progress using Earned Value. Handling Scope Changes. Change Control. Project Meetings and Reports.
Day 4 - Project Quality Management. Human Resource Management. Quality Planning. Quality Assurance & Quality Control. Key Principles of Quality Management. Quality Standards ISO 9000 SEI. Capability Maturity Model. Project Organizations. Building the Project Team. Team Dynamics. Conflict Management. Project Manager Responsibilities and Skills. Motivating the Project Team.
Day 5 - Project Close-out. Advanced Topics and Conclusion. Project Methodologies. Integration of Processes. Configuration Management. Stakeholder Management. Project Closeout. The Importance of Cash Flow. Multi-project Management. Critical Chain Scheduling.
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