PMI Project Management Methodology

GOAL:  improve the efficiency and performance of the project is to reduce the waste of resources , reduce costs and the duration of the proposed project management to be done to reach the desired level of quality is the basic concepts and methodology training .  This educational process The aim of the projects team leader / employee as the persons involved project / team dynamics fundamentals , performance , scope , time, cost , efficiency and to teach in order to deliver the targeted level of quality .  The main problem of businesses that coordination and integration issues are dealt with.  This training is the first step in the transition to the organization's project management process.   

METHOD: Methodological issues as well as lectures, active participation and group work with project management concepts dealt with real-life examples to date , company / institution by working on specific case studies provided participants can immediately apply what they have learned ..

CONTENT:  The basic concepts within the framework of the PMI methodology is shared with the participants. Integration, Scope , Time , Cost, Risk Communication and Stakeholder Management is done on the theory and experience sharing . Concepts are reinforced with individual or group work. Training time is 2 days.


 The basic concepts of project management

 Project selection methodologies

 Nbsp; four constraints in project management: cost, time, quality, scope

The project concept phase of basic project management roles: sponsor, project manager, project leader,
 project staff, project stakeholders

 Project Management Success Factors Affecting You

Organizational Structure: project type, functional, matrix-type, hybrid organizations

 PY systemic levels of maturity

 international organizations in project management: PMI, PRINCE 2, the IP, ISO 21500

PMI project management methodology: process groups, knowledge areas, processes

Project planning process

Integration management: project charter

Scope management: identification of needs, work breakdown structure

The program of work / time management: creating activities, the concept of activity, WBS - activity relationship,
 activity ranking, arrow diagram, box plot, create a work schedule

Contact management: stakeholder management, stakeholder identification, stakeholder identification strategies,
communication plan, create a communication plan

Cost management: Classification of cost, direct costs, indirect costs

Risk management: The concept of risk management, risk identification, risk analysis, qualitative
impact and probability concepts & nbsp;


Lunch on prices in all education and 2 Coffee Break are included..