Project Management Applying the PMBOK® Guide
This 5-day workshop combines the project management concepts and how to apply them on real life projects. It is based on the PMI® Framework as outlined in a Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge® (PMBOK® Guide), latest edition.
During this workshop, we provide the participants with a comprehensive overview of all the key concepts from the PMBOK® Guide, such as the project life cycle, project phases, project management processes, and knowledge areas. Further, through numerous individual and group exercises, participants will immediately apply the learnt concepts.
To better understand the concepts and how to apply them, we will use a realistic project (or a project from the participants own environment) as the class learning project.
The key concepts and exercises will include developing a project charter, outlining a project management plan, developing a work breakdown structure, learning team dynamics, performing risk identification, analysis, and response planning.
- Gain a general understanding of project management
- Learn the PMI® Framework (not a methodology)
- Understand the differences between project life cycle and process groups, a framework and a methodology
- Understand the project life cycle and project organization structure
- Learn the project management processes and knowledge areas
- Learn how to apply the concepts, tools and techniques
- Practice the application of the PM concepts on a real life case study
Who should Attend
- All project personnel, team members, and their managers
- Project engineers, project leaders, and project managers
- PMO members, managers, and directors
- Those who are interested in PMI® certification; CAPM®, PMP®, Risk Management, and Scheduling Professionals
- Introduction and overview, value of project management
- Project management framework, project organization, project life span
- Project initiation: project charter and identify stakeholders
- Project management planning, part 1, developing the PM plan
- Project scope, time, cost, and quality management
- Project management planning, part 2
- Human resources, stakeholders, communication, risk and procurement management
- Project Execution: direct and manage project work
- Monitor and control and performance management
- Integrated change control: project change management
- Earned value management
- Quality assurance and control
- Managing the team, stakeholders, and communication
- Risk control
- Conduct and control procurement
- Project close processes