Project Management Skills

MANAGEMENT SKILLS Project Management Skills / Global Tailored Training
Project Management Skills          MANAGEMENT SKILLS                                                                                                          NewSkilz Training Course in Shanghai China

Why attend this training course?

The course Project Management Fundamentals provides practical skills, concepts, and principles you can take back to the job – along with insights you’ll need to adapt them to specific project environments. It covers the basic processes of project management, the role as project manager and project management in the organization. Many projects are performed by highly competent and effective people who have little or no project management training. The goal of this course is to achieve quality performance through effective planning and control. We use a process orientation and an analytical, systems-oriented approach to project-related problem solving and decision making. Throughout the course, we integrate the need for collaboration and clear communications among people, often in multiple organizations . NewSkilz Corporate Training has delivered tailored multi-country Management Training Programs in various languages such as English, Chinese, Japanese in 14 countries worldwide.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is for people responsible for managing, leading, coordinating, and working on projects who have limited experience or knowledge of practical, formal project management methods. Project team members can learn the project structure of activities, dependencies, reporting, roles and responsibilities. Also people not directly involved in projects could join this course increasing their understanding of projects in organizations. Among those who can benefit from this course are: Administrators and managers responsible for coordinating, facilitating or managing projects and programs , Members of process and performance improvement teams , participants in R&D, Business planning coordinators, Technical service and support staff, Operations people in financial services, Technical professionals and engineers moving into project leadership and coordination positions, General managers responsible for projects and programs , Marketing, training, and technical writing professionals and six Sigma professionals.

What will you learn?

- Project Management Fundamentals
- 1. Foundation Concepts
- 2. People and Projects
- 3. Initiating and Defining Requirements
- 4. Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- 5. Managing Project Risk Management
- 6. Estimating
- 7. Scheduling
- 8.Communicating and Developing Teams
- 9. Monitoring and Controlling
- 10.Closing the Project
- 11. Organizational Change Management

Skills Development Focus

- Project Management Definitions, Project Life Cycles
- Case Study Introduction & Selection
- Project Management Role, Stakeholders, Client
- Project Charter, Requirements Analysis
- Scope & Change Control
- WBS Setup and Management
- Risk Management Processes and Tools
- Estimating Tools, Cost Estimations/hValidation
- Scheduling Tools, Critical Path, Optimizing Schedule
- Project Baseline, Effective Communication
- High-Performing Project teams
- Tools, Handle Competing Demands
- Analyzing Variances
- Issues Management, Variance Reporting
- Project Transitions, Post-Project Evaluation
- Manage Change of people in Projects
- Align Projects with Organization

Project Management Skills

Project Management Training Planning Skills Stakeholder Management Skills Estimation Skills
Resource Management Project Reporting Team Management Critical Path Analysis
Work Breakdown Structure Variance Analysis Scheduling Skills Change Management;Issue Management
Cost Estimatation Roles Responsibilities Project Leadership Leading Teams

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