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Project Management Applications Course in Washington DC, USA on 13 Feb 2012



The "Project Management Applications" IT education program will be conducted in Washington DC, United States on 13 Feb 2012.


Washington DC, United States

This course is a comprehensive synthesis of core project management principles designed to reinforce skills learned. Propose, plan, and execute a full-scale project under typical organizational constraints. Follow the project through the life cycle, resolving issues of performance, scheduling, and controls as you address questions of leadership and management. It is recommended to bring a laptop computer to class.

PERFORM EACH PHASE OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT AS YOU:

Select the level of staffing, resources, and management support required for a project
Assemble a project team and gain commitment on project objectives
Assign tasks based on work breakdown structure
Estimate time and costs and present a project plan to team members and stakeholders
Create a project binder documenting each stage of the project and lessons learned
TEAM BUILDING
Project assignment: Initial project assessment, Team ownership
Organizational assessment: working with what you have, Staffing, Resources, Management support
Options assessment: Preemptive troubleshooting, Historical review
PREPROPOSAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING
Analyzing the market
Assessing risk
Building the team and reviewing roles
Developing a plan to complete the proposal
PROPOSAL KICKOFF AND PREPARATION
Evaluating the requirement
Evaluating bid contracts
Obtaining the team’s commitment
Writing the winning proposals
Delegating to team members
Managing time constraints
POSTAWARD PLANNING
Project kickoff meeting: Goals, Participants, Principal points
Detailed project planning
NEGOTIATION / AGREEMENT
Four steps of prenegotiation preparation
Negotiation performance: Exploratory sessions, Joint-gain resolution
Postnegotiation activity: Memoranda and documentation, Communication
IMPLEMENTATION
Measuring performance
Managing risk and uncertainty
Reporting progress and following up
Managing change and achieving project control
Leveling resources
CLOSEOUT
Team: Review, Closeout, Reassignment
Project: Documentation, Lessons learned
Organization
Client: Sign-off, “Ownership”, Revenue enhancement

Attendance cost: $2,195

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