Makasar, Rabu - Jum'at , 25 Juli 2018 - 27 Juli 2018
Including : Souvenir, Flash disk, materi hand-out dan CD modul, 2x coffee break, makan siang dan sertifikat
Investasi : Rp 6.000.000,-/peserta ( Belum termasuk PPN 10% )
Lokasi : Hotel Santika Makassar, Jl. Sultan Hasanuddin No. 40, Pusat Kota Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia 90132
Duration : 08.30 - 16.30 WIB
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. A project is a temporary endeavor with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding or deliverables), undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value. The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast with business as usual (or operations), which are repetitive, permanent, or semi-permanent functional activities to produce products or services. In practice, the management of these two systems is often quite different, and as such requires the development of distinct technical skills and management strategies.
To work together effectively on any project, everyone on the team needs to use a common language and have a clear understanding of all expectations. This unique seminar is designed for individuals with little or no prior knowledge of project management but who serve on project management teams—or those who simply want to know more about PM or are making the transition to project management. In just two days, you’ll develop an understanding of essential terminology and apply basic PM tools and techniques to increase your effectiveness both on the team and in your own functional area
Who Should Attend
This training is intended for those who are involved in projects but do not manage them such as subject matter experts, team members, project sponsors, contributors, facilitators and coordinators.
The participants will get the knowledge and skills of Project Management Essentials i.e.:
- Key project management terms
- Five groups of the project management process
- Estimating project activity accurately
- Identifying and aligning the project stakeholders
- Evaluating the project charter
- Validate project requirements against the SMART Too
- Understanding and creating the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- All participants will get PM TOOLKIT consisting of Learning Material, References, Process and Templates, Samples of Case Study for Projects
- Experienced and Internationally Certificied Trainer will guide participants in Case Study Session using Hands-on Approach
- Getting the skills of using Microsoft Project 2007/2010 under guidance of experieced and skillfull trainer
AGENDA AND MATERIAL
1.Foundation for Success
The first module focuses on establishing a solid foundation for project management and the seminar. We establish a common language, identify common and specific problems facing project managers, and review project frame- works.
- Project quality defined
- Identify specific issues plaguing IT project management in your environment
- Establish acommon language
2.Define Project Scope and Requirements
Project scope definition is probably the least understood area within the common project management frame- works. In this second module, we examine successful techniques for developing a solid project scope.
- Align your projects with organizational objectives
- Writing IT requirements
- Ensure client and stakeholder buy-in and agreement
- Including infrastructure requirements
- Build quality into your project
3.Develop the Project Work Plan
Once the project scope is developed and agreed-upon, the project manager works with their team to develop the project work plan. Here, we examine the work breakdown structure, work packages, and project phases.
- Build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Prototyping and piloting
- Employ a Work Package Dictionary to build quality into your project
- Successful work package ingredients in an IT environment
- Identify project Phases to ensure senior management support
4.Identify and Build your Project Team
The project team must be cohesive and productive. Learn how to develop and maintain a solid project team even in a matrix environment.
- Handling projects in a matrix environment
- Align the right skills for the project’s activities
- Identify and handle conflict
- Managing staff which doesn’t report to you
- Get your team working together — fast!
5.The Precedence Diagram and the Critical Path
The project precedence diagram and critical path provide the project manager with the tools they need to handle changes, focus the right resources, and handling high-risk issues easily and proactively.
- Establish the flow of project work
- Create the precedence diagram and identify the Critical Path
- Using the critical path to ensure success
6.How to Estimate Work
Estimating does not need to be guess-work. Learn the secrets to successful task estimating.
- The keys to good estimating
- Estimating software development
- Confirming 3rd party vendor estimates
- Early estimating techniques
7.Communicating the Project and the Project Management Plan
Once your project plan has been developed, learn to communicate the plan to generate buy-in and acceptance.
- Determine what needs to be communicated, and to whom
- Charting, graphics, and other communication formats
- Communicating with clients
- Communicating with senior managers
- Communicating with other stakeholders
8.Project Execution and Control
Simple, yet effective project control helps the project manager know where to spend their time to ensure success without loosing sleep. Learn the techniques for successful project execution and control.
- Types of project control methods
- Successful systems integration techniques
- Building quality into the project
- Identifying problems before they become problems
- Project status meetings
- Project change management — preventing scope creep
- Ensuring client acceptance
9.How to Close a Project
Probably the highest return on investment in project management today, the project closure, including lessons learned helps ensure success for your next projects. Learn the techniques for handling lessons learned as well as administrative and stakeholder closure for your projects.
- Conducting a lesson’s learned session
- Administrative closure
- Incorporating lessons learned into your next projects
Trainer : Spectracentre Trainer Team