Identifying the different concepts of projects and programs, including projects and programs under construction and implementation, and those that are being operated, followed up and developed.
Learning the fundamentals and skills of project management
Identifying basic tools and techniques for implementing projects and their application mechanisms
Understanding the main role of the project manager as well as the skills and knowledge that he/she should have.
Identifying the reasons for the success and failure of projects
Recognizing the mechanisms for documenting and closing the project
Conducting the post-completion evaluation phase by identifying whether the project or program has achieved the desired objectives.
Who Should Attend?
Project managers, executing managers and project supervisors, anyone who has the desire to enhance the skills and arts of his or her project management or anyone who works or intends to enter the world of project management.
A theoretical introduction to the definitions of projects and programs, and the requirements for their management at different phases from the planning phase to the implementation phase, then operational phase, follow-up, development and post-completion evaluation
What is the role of the project manager and what are the required body of knowledge and skills that a manager should have?
The impact of the organization’s infrastructure on the life cycle of the project
An introduction to the most important Project Processes
Who are the project stakeholders?
Who is the project team and what are the phases the project can pass? (Project Phase)
Project management processes groups and ways to categorize them
Identifying the five groups (process groups): Project initiation, project planning, project execution, project monitoring and controlling, and project close
Knowledge and application Areas of the project (Knowledge Areas)
Generating and launching project document (Project Charter)
Programming and work scheduling
Preparing and developing of the project execution plan
Developing of a plan of monitoring works, activities and estimation of times
Identifying the areas of overlapping of works, identifying critical project activities, and calculating the flexibility of non-activities critical to providing opportunities for the transfer of resources to critical activities
Requests for change to the project and its management system
Setting up project scope and project Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Preparing a schedule for the execution of project activities
Managing and analyzing of the financial and human resources of project
Calculating project costs and budget preparation
Quality assurance mechanisms for project products, and the project in general
Building, developing, and managing project teams
Communication skill and report writing in the project
Managing communication and project risks; This includes planning and monitoring performance elements for each of them, analyzing information and preparing plans required to address those risks and to prepare reports on the implementation track and recommendations for adjusting the track if necessary.
Types of contracts and procurement and managing them in the project
Managing the relationship with the project stakeholders and managing their impact on the project
Marketing Management (if the project objective is commercially) includes follow-up of marketing plans execution, promotion, demand tracking, sales and markets, and competition considerations.
Mechanisms for documenting and closing the project
Evaluation of the project or program after its completion in accordance with the Context, Input, Process, and Product (CIPP) approach