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Project Management

Quick Stats

Salary packages vary between 8-20lac INR per annum, based on experience.
80% of “high-performing” projects are led by a certified project manager.
Estimated Project-Oriented Job Openings by 2020 is 3,975,650

Benefits

Analysing Static Case Studies
Understand the dynamic nature of projects by analysing static case studies.
Simulated Based Training
Simulated Based Training (SBT) - a unique approach to the teaching and training of project management.
Monitoring and Control stages
Learn about planning, monitoring and control stages of a project
Certification
Eligibility to appear for PMP certification exam conducted by PMI.
Job Opportunities
Find opportunities as Project Manager in different industries. The entry level package for a professional is 4lac INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 8-20lac INR per annum.

Who Should Attend

  • Project Managers or Engineers wishing to further develop their project management capabilities and knowledge
  • New Managers – With 3 - 4 years of experience, those already in the industry in various technical roles or entry level Project Management domain
  • Management students with Project management, operation, supply chain management as specialization
  • Project Managers seeking PMI certification  

Course Outcome

After completing this course, the learners will be able to:
  • Apply the Project Management concepts in real life
  • Define the scope of a given project
  • Schedule the resources optimally
  • Apply effective cost management techniques
  • Control a given project effectively under the given constraints
  • Manage risks appropriately
  • Implement lean project management principles  

Curriculum

  • Planning and Executing Simple Projects
    • Planning and execution
    • What is project?
    • What is PM?
    • PM knowledge areas
    • How difficult it is to manage projects?
    • What is project success?
    • Project life cycle
    • The proposed solution – the PTB functionality
    • Principles of PTB
    • PTB advantages The PTB and the project life cycle
    • Simple scenario with the PTB
    • Explain the concept of planning
    • Explain basis for project scheduling
    • Work Break down Structure
    • Estimation: methods, tools, techniques
    • Scheduling: principles, tools and techniques
    • Identify roles and responsibilities of a Project Manager
  • Scope Management
    • Managing scope
    • Types of scope
    • Purpose
    • Managing Product scope with the PTB
    • QFD a Model for product design
    • QFD and Radar examples
    • Scope requirements
    • Scope evaluation
    • Change management
    • Scope verification
  • Project Tracking and Monitoring
    • Why do we need tracking and monitoring?
    • How do you accomplish the task?
    • Explain the tools and techniques
  • Scheduling
    • Managing time
    • Project time management
    • Project due date information
    • Tasks and Precedence relations
    • Activity on the Node (AON) network
    • Deterministic activity duration
    • Default early start scheduling and the Gantt chart
    • The Critical path for the Default Early Start schedule
    • Gantt chart for Late start
    • Stochastic duration
    • Monte Carlo simulation
    • Criticality index
    • Scheduling under uncertainty
  • Time Management
    • Explain the importance of time management for individuals and the project manager in a team
    • Concept of “time robbers” and how to avoid them
    • Importance of time management in the context of making a project successful
  • Resource Management
    • Types of resources
    • Resources and scheduling at Activity level
    • Introducing the resource profile
    • Resources and Scheduling at the project level
    • Resource storage
    • Resource utilizations and risk
    • Conflicting constraints
    • Solving a resource availability problem
    • Resource Management in the PTB
    • Priority rules in scheduling
    • Baseline schedule
    • Why resource management is critical to project’s success?
    • How do you make sure that the “bunch of professionals” work as a team to achieve the goals?
    • How do you make sure that your people have adequate tools and training (skills) required to accomplish the task
  • Customer Management
    • Why is customer management an issue?
    • How do you keep your customer happy?
    • Methods of achieving the transparency and being the “first person” to “inform the customer”
  • Cost Management
    • Types of cost
    • Expenses and Income in the PTB
    • Cumulative Cash flow in the PTB
    • Detailed budget in the PTB
    • Non Linear Discrete model
  • Project Control
    • The need for control system
    • Design of the control system
    • The monitoring system
    • The Period by Period and the Task by Task basis Corrective actions
    • Monitoring and control projects with the PTB
  • Risk Management
    • Managing risk
    • Risk identification
    • Risk analysis
    • Risk avoidance
    • Risk reduction
    • The critical chain
    • What are risks?
    • Why do we need risk management?
    • How do you manage the risks?
  • Project Closure
    • Why do we list “project closure” as one of the activities/milestones in a project?
    • How does it help in making Project Management better in an organization?
  • Lean Project Management
    • Introduction to Lean Project Management
    • Definition of value
    • Voice of the customer to value
    • A simple efficient frontier
    • Value analysis in PTB
    • Lean indicators in the PTB
    • Benefit and Waste in the PTB
    • Evaluating waste in the PTB
    • Cost related waste
    • Constraints violation waste
    • Lean indicator in the PTB
  • Project Management Software
    • Describe the advantages of using project management software
    • Identify the common features in most types of project management software
    • Explain how a Gantt chart is used

Quick Stats

Salary packages vary between 8-20lac INR per annum, based on experience.
80% of “high-performing” projects are led by a certified project manager.
Estimated Project-Oriented Job Openings by 2020 is 3,975,650

Benefits

Analysing Static Case Studies
Understand the dynamic nature of projects by analysing static case studies.
Simulated Based Training
Simulated Based Training (SBT) - a unique approach to the teaching and training of project management.
Monitoring and Control stages
Learn about planning, monitoring and control stages of a project
Certification
Eligibility to appear for PMP certification exam conducted by PMI.
Job Opportunities
Find opportunities as Project Manager in different industries. The entry level package for a professional is 4lac INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 8-20lac INR per annum.

Who Should Attend

  • Project Managers or Engineers wishing to further develop their project management capabilities and knowledge
  • New Managers – With 3 - 4 years of experience, those already in the industry in various technical roles or entry level Project Management domain
  • Management students with Project management, operation, supply chain management as specialization
  • Project Managers seeking PMI certification  

Course Outcome

After completing this course, the learners will be able to:
  • Apply the Project Management concepts in real life
  • Define the scope of a given project
  • Schedule the resources optimally
  • Apply effective cost management techniques
  • Control a given project effectively under the given constraints
  • Manage risks appropriately
  • Implement lean project management principles

Curriculum

  • Planning and Executing Simple Projects
    • Planning and execution
    • What is project?
    • What is PM?
    • PM knowledge areas
    • How difficult it is to manage projects?
    • What is project success?
    • Project life cycle
    • The proposed solution – the PTB functionality
    • Principles of PTB
    • PTB advantages The PTB and the project life cycle
    • Simple scenario with the PTB
    • Explain the concept of planning
    • Explain basis for project scheduling
    • Work Break down Structure
    • Estimation: methods, tools, techniques
    • Scheduling: principles, tools and techniques
    • Identify roles and responsibilities of a Project Manager
  • Scope Management
    • Managing scope
    • Types of scope
    • Purpose
    • Managing Product scope with the PTB
    • QFD a Model for product design
    • QFD and Radar examples
    • Scope requirements
    • Scope evaluation
    • Change management
    • Scope verification
  • Project Tracking and Monitoring
    • Why do we need tracking and monitoring?
    • How do you accomplish the task?
    • Explain the tools and techniques
  • Scheduling
    • Managing time
    • Project time management
    • Project due date information
    • Tasks and Precedence relations
    • Activity on the Node (AON) network
    • Deterministic activity duration
    • Default early start scheduling and the Gantt chart
    • The Critical path for the Default Early Start schedule
    • Gantt chart for Late start
    • Stochastic duration
    • Monte Carlo simulation
    • Criticality index
    • Scheduling under uncertainty
  • Time Management
    • Explain the importance of time management for individuals and the project manager in a team
    • Concept of “time robbers” and how to avoid them
    • Importance of time management in the context of making a project successful
  • Resource Management
    • Types of resources
    • Resources and scheduling at Activity level
    • Introducing the resource profile
    • Resources and Scheduling at the project level
    • Resource storage
    • Resource utilizations and risk
    • Conflicting constraints
    • Solving a resource availability problem
    • Resource Management in the PTB
    • Priority rules in scheduling
    • Baseline schedule
    • Why resource management is critical to project’s success?
    • How do you make sure that the “bunch of professionals” work as a team to achieve the goals?
    • How do you make sure that your people have adequate tools and training (skills) required to accomplish the task
  • Customer Management
    • Why is customer management an issue?
    • How do you keep your customer happy?
    • Methods of achieving the transparency and being the “first person” to “inform the customer”
  • Cost Management
    • Types of cost
    • Expenses and Income in the PTB
    • Cumulative Cash flow in the PTB
    • Detailed budget in the PTB
    • Non Linear Discrete model
  • Project Control
    • The need for control system
    • Design of the control system
    • The monitoring system
    • The Period by Period and the Task by Task basis Corrective actions
    • Monitoring and control projects with the PTB
  • Risk Management
    • Managing risk
    • Risk identification
    • Risk analysis
    • Risk avoidance
    • Risk reduction
    • The critical chain
    • What are risks?
    • Why do we need risk management?
    • How do you manage the risks?
  • Project Closure
    • Why do we list “project closure” as one of the activities/milestones in a project?
    • How does it help in making Project Management better in an organization?
  • Lean Project Management
    • Introduction to Lean Project Management
    • Definition of value
    • Voice of the customer to value
    • A simple efficient frontier
    • Value analysis in PTB
    • Lean indicators in the PTB
    • Benefit and Waste in the PTB
    • Evaluating waste in the PTB
    • Cost related waste
    • Constraints violation waste
    • Lean indicator in the PTB
  • Project Management Software
    • Describe the advantages of using project management software
    • Identify the common features in most types of project management software
    • Explain how a Gantt chart is used

Quick Stats

On successful completion of course, students are awarded with 35 PDUs. Fatal error: Call to undefined function
Applied learning approach to Project Management using PTB Simulator
Prepares you for PMP certification exam conducted by PMI.

Benefits

Project Management Concept
Highly interactive program for effective learning of project management concepts and strategies
PMBOK Guide
A series of instructor led webinars to help map the learning to PMBOK Guide.
PMP Certification Exam
35 PDUs awarded on successful course completion making students eligible for the PMP certification exam conducted by PMI.
Certification
Get an industry recognised certification from Manipal ProLearn on completion of the course.
Job Opportunities
Find opportunities as Project Manager in different industries. The entry level package for a professional is 4lac INR per annum. For professionals with experience, the salaries can vary between 8-20lac INR per annum.

Who Should Attend

  • Project Managers or Engineers wishing to further develop their project management capabilities and knowledge.
  • New Managers – With 3 -4 years of experience, those already in the industry in various technical roles or entry level Project Management domain.
  • Management students with Project management, operation, supply chain management as specialization.
  • Project Managers seeking PMI certification.  

Course Outcome

After completing this course, the learners will be able to:
  • Apply the Project Management concepts in real life.
  • Define the scope of a given project.
  • Schedule the resources optimally.
  • Apply effective cost management techniques.
  • Control a given project effectively under the given constraints.
  • Manage risks appropriately.
  • Implement lean project management principles.  

Curriculum

  • Session 1
    • Setting the Context
    • Project Definition
    • PM Framework
  • Session 2
    • Project Charter
    • Project Scope Management
  • Session 3
    • Hands on with PTB Simulator
  • Session 4
    • Project Time Management
    • Project Cost Management
  • Session 5
    • Project Quality Management
    • Project Risk Management
  • Session 6
    • Project Stakeholder Management
    • Project Human Resource Management
    • Project Communications Management
  • Session 7
    • Project Procurement Management
    • Project Integration Management
  • Session 8
    • Hands on with PTB Simulator

 

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