Dallas-Ft Worth, TX
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This simulation-based class designed for experienced project management practitioners who wish to apply and enhance their fundamental project/program management skills. The course re-establishes essential project management processes through hands on application of skills using both a course case study and a computer-based project simulation tool. Participants take a realistic project from inception (initiation) through completion (closure). Teams learn and use standard project management terminology to develop key project artifacts and deliverables including: -Stakeholder Analysis -Project Charter -Flexibility Matrix (Triple Constraint Model) -Work Breakdown Structure -Project Schedule including Critical Path -Cost Estimates -Resource Plan -Roles and Responsibilities -Risk Assessment and Plan -Change Control Process -Quality Control -Lessons Learned -The Final Report This advanced project management course is designed to help project management practitioners improve their expertise through a combination of lecture, hands-on exercises, and computer simulation. The simulation software allows class teams to carry a realistic project from beginning to end. These sessions will not only test the participants' ability to plan, execute, and control the project, but also helps them to gain valuable insights about leading a project team while dealing with issues that we encounter in our every day projects.
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
This PM course benefits experienced project/program managers, team members, portfolio leaders, and executives who lead project organizations. The material applies to Project management practitioners from all industries.
This advanced PM course assumes familiarity with basic project management concepts as well as some experience in the planning and execution of projects. There is no requirement that attendees complete any specific project management training in advance of the program.
Last Update: May 25, 2013