Planning and Monitoring in Project Management Course
Familiarizing participants with the nature and importance of project management in accordance with the planned practical approach and understanding the best practices in project management.
Empowering participants with the skills to prepare and complete an effective work breakdown structure on the basis of successful project management.
Empowering participants to apply different methods for estimating costs and practical calculation of contingency and reserve expenses, and how to avoid errors and practising the basic leading skills needed to create an effective project work group.
Enabling participants to focus on the use of some of the special computer-related techniques, and providing them with the practical experience required to complete projects in accordance with agreed standards.
Who Should Attend?
Directors-general, executive managers and their deputies and assistants, project departments managers, directors of departments and administrative units, and managers of planning business, strategic planning managers can get benefits of this training course. Task force leaders, managers and performance analysts, business development managers, operations managers, The personnel who are prepared and rehabilitated to perform the aforementioned tasks, and those who are desirous to develop their skills in the field can attend.
Project management and scientific development
The concept and foundations of project management.
Project management principles and rules.
Project management in the scientific and practical sense.
Properties and features of the successful project.
The objectives of good project management.
Classification and types of projects.
Planning and structure of Project management
Planning of project management work.
Identifying sectors and areas of project work.
Using the hierarchical structure for WBS (Project Breakdown Structure).
Using WBS to identify the first side of the project triangle.
Organization, task team preparation and task allocation
The concept of the Project Charter.
The importance of the project Charter in the authority, responsibility and capacity of the project manager.
Defining the occupational hierarchy of team members within the structure of the organization.
Presenting and distributing of team members’ tasks.
Creating a conflict-resolution system to address institutional intervention in the project.
Exploring how the group’s charter differs from the project Charter.
Project path rates and graphs
Calculations and equations progressing the critical path of the project.
Setting up a chart (Gantt chart) based on network analysis.
Applying the graph method t( Bar Chart) to schedule the project.
Learning recurring general mistakes and how to avoid them.
Preparing the estimated cost of the project using Project Breakdown Structure.
Project risk Management and treatment
Identifying the stages of the risk management processes in the project environment.
Studying the basic methods of identifying risks in projects.
Challenges facing project management and how to cope with crises and emergencies.
Identification of the four risk management strategies.
Learning to draw tactics to ensure the implementation of the strategy.
Preparing of a full risk management plan for the rolling project.