Project Management Fundamentals - DPS 15187
|DPS 15187||36 hours|
Whether you are managing a project or enhancing your organizational processes, project management knowledge, tools and techniques are integral to success in today’s cost and time-sensitive business environment. This course will provide students with the fundamental knowledge to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a project as a project manager or as a member of a project team. Participants will come to understand how their informal practices align with a PMI-based model that will provide a basis for working with internal or external stakeholders, producing a greater likelihood of project success and sponsor approval.
On completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Use project management terminology and identify the process groups and knowledge areas within the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK);
- Apply project management principles and tools to effectively manage projects across various industries and organizational systems;
- Improve organizational performance by increasing efficiencies through the systematization of processes and prioritization of tasks;
- Produce key elements of a comprehensive project plan including the scope statement, work breakdown structure, risk register, responsibility matrix, and resource plan;
- Organize a project team and establish clear roles and responsibilities.
- Textbook may be required