This Global course in Managing Projects in the Organization is designed for people managing small to medium scale business projects, or for those team leaders or managers who are in need of a hands on introduction to the concepts, methods and techniques of project management.
You will learn how to assess the business stakeholder needs, scope out the project requirements, and develop the project plan using work breakdown structures, Gantt charts, network diagrams and other scheduling tools. In addition, you learn how to plan the project resources and the financials to support execution. The final part of the courses focuses on the Execution and Closure Phases of the Project Life Cycle.
Using simple case studies, and practical activities, you will lay the groundwork for a work based business project. You will also find an extensive range of templates and guides to help you achieve a plan and implement a successful work based project.
The content of this course includes:
- The PMI Body of Knowledge
- The Project Management process
- Balancing the constraints in project management
- Initiating a Project
- Writing a Project Charter
- The Project Plan
- Work Breakdown structures
- Gantt Charts
- Project Resource Planning
- Project Financial Planning
- Managing the Project Execution
- Reporting Project Progress
- Closing the Project
- Learning from the Project
Suitable For: Professionals who need to manage or work on a project.
Suitable For: All learners
Course Duration: 12 - 20 Hours
Course Access Duration: You will have access to your course for 90 days from date of purchase
Assessment: Online Quizzes. A workplace assignment (3000 words) is required for ILM Assessment
Certification: Certificate of Attainment
Resources: Learners manual, Personal Assessment tools, additional articles and worksheets.
ILM Equivalence: M5.15 – Managing Projects in the Organization (4 Credits)