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PM 103 - Managing, Controlling, and Closing

Duration: 1 day
Course Price: $450

PM 103 - Managing, Controlling, and Closing is for anyone who does project work, collaborates with project management professionals, or is considering entering the field. Course topics are aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) globally-accepted project management best practices. Participants will do hands-on work to apply discussion topics and strategies.

 

Learn How To:

· Apply project management best practices.

· Create a plan for tracking project deliverables.

· Develop remedial plans when encountering pitfalls and changes.

· Create a project closure checklist to account for lessons learned.

PM 103 - Managing, Controlling, and Closing is for anyone who does project work, collaborates with project management professionals, or is considering entering the field. Course topics are aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) globally-accepted project management best practices. Participants will do hands-on work to apply discussion topics and strategies.

 

Learn How To:

· Apply project management best practices.

· Create a plan for tracking project deliverables.

· Develop remedial plans when encountering pitfalls and changes.

· Create a project closure checklist to account for lessons learned.

Prerequisites: No prerequisites for this course.

Session Topics for the PM 103 Program: Managing Projects While They Run

  • Learn best practices to observe and track project progress
  • Understand how to control variance within the project
  • Measure project progress
  • Use professional risk management plans
  • Effectively report progress and team status
  • Learn how to keep a project in control, and mechanisms to “correct” project progress
  • Discover how to calculate variances for dates, durations (actual time), costs, and effort (man hours)
  • Explore professional project management graphing techniques
  • Build a useful communication plan
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