Information Technology Project Management

Information Technology Project Management

1,475.00

Delivery Method: In-Person | Duration: 3 Days

Overview

The Information Technology Project Management class material is strongly based in globally-accepted project management best practices and incorporates hands-on experiences and group work developing: project charters, stakeholder assessments, and a project management action plan.

Note: This course does not lead to any particular certification exam in project management.

Learn How To:

  • Apply Project Management Best Practices

  • Set Clear Expectations and Much More with a Project Charter

  • Create a Project Management Action Plan

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Course ID: B2802

Duration: 3 Days (9:00 am - 4:00 pm PST)

Location: In-Person, San Francisco | Click here to schedule private course.

Overview

The Information Technology Project Management class material is strongly based in globally-accepted project management best practices and incorporates hands-on experiences and group work developing: project charters, stakeholder assessments, and a project management action plan.

Note: This course does not lead to any particular certification exam in project management.

Learn How To:

  • Apply Project Management Best Practices

  • Set Clear Expectations and Much More with a Project Charter

  • Create a Project Management Action Plan

+ Who Should Attend

Information Technology Project Management is for IT professionals who want to understand the fundamentals and best practices of project management.

+ Course Outline

Overview of Project Management

  • The Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • Project Management Functions
  • Process Groups
  • Global IT and Business Management Best Practices

Project Integration

  • Roles of Practitioners
  • Attributes of Effective Project Managers
  • 10 Knowledge Areas
  • Project Effectiveness
  • IT Project Integration
  • Project vs. Program Management

Scoping the Endeavor

  • Priorities and Constraints
  • Statements of Work/Charters

Stakeholder Management

  • Identifying Stakeholders, Anticipating Influence
  • Stakeholder Questionnaire
  • Stakeholder Registry
  • Prioritizing Impact, Developing Management Strategy

Project Coordination

  • RACI Charts
  • Communication Management

Planning

  • Understanding and Documenting Business, Functional and Technical Requirements
  • Starting Risk Assessment
  • Decomposition: Work Breakdown Structures, Activities Lists, Network Diagrams
  • Estimating Effort vs. Duration
  • Choosing a Development Framework
  • Critical Path Methodology
  • Scheduling

Monitoring and Controlling

  • Schedule Management
  • Percent Complete
  • Quality Control
  • Pareto Technique
  • Cause and Effect Diagraming
  • Status Meetings

Closing
Key Elements of Project Closure
Sample Closure Outline

+ Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

+ Certifications

N/A

+ Students Also Attended