Seminar/Conference Description :
This training will offer an overview and implementation of Project Management. The course is designed is based on the perspective of improving project delivery, which is one metric of a Project Management success; and practically it is an important measure.
The industry that have implemented Project Management need to ensure the Project Management is providing expected results, and adding value to the business. This course will provide strategies and tactics to enable process improvement for a currently established project management procedure in the organization executing projects.
The training shall provide the capabilities to the participants in determining how best to use the Project Management methodology for organization advantage, and how to develop and use a competency model for project professionals involving in the projects.
Discover methods to implement the typical project management and the specific functions which should be performed as related to project implementation.
Assess the maturity of your project management team and recognize its contribution to professional responsibility in project management.
The training is built around a series of consecutive structured lectures, class exercises, and class discussions with the perspectives of project management. The scope of the course includes discussion of the components of the Project Management Knowledge including: Recognize critical characteristics of a PM team to foster organizational success in implementing the projects , prevent runaway projects, conduct a project audit , perform a competency analysis, identify key roles and responsibilities in project implementation, prepare a Project Charter, conduct an project implementation assessment, establish metrics for gauging and monitoring performance, develop a project implementation plan, use the project management best practices to promote professional responsibility as related to the PMO organization functions and services.
- Gain an in-depth understanding of the Project Management Knowledge a well designed in the project implementation methodology, and effectively shall have the capability to effectively implement the knowledge
- What project management is all about and how to approach it successfully.
- The selection of a project manager and defining the goals of the project.
- The importance of planning, management, team building, and organization.
- The issue of budgeting in project management, including cost budgeting and personnel budgeting.
- The importance of estimating, guessing, and milestones in project scheduling.
- How leadership and communication affect project management.
- How variables and risks should be approached when planning a project
- Provide and enhance the competency and capacity of PMO team in assuring the achievement of project governance within the life cycle of a project
- How leadership and communication affect project management.
Who should attend
- the project execution, and Project Management team including Methodology and Functional Experts, Project Managers, and Project Coordinators. Managers wishing to increase or update their knowledge of project management methodology functions and processes
- Others with an interest in improving project management results within their organizations, and who would benefit from an understanding of the project management knowledge as related to project implementation.
- PMO team and and project team members with direct involvement in a particular project, either as a project manager or as a staff member, then this training becomes a recommended prerequisite.
Fauzi Hasan, DR, Ir. MM, MBA, PMP, CISA, CISSP, SSCP, CISM, CMPP, CSCP, CGeIT, APICS, ITIL, CE-PM, APICS, Prince2
- An experienced professional with over 25 years invaluable experience of risk management along with implementing Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) within the agreed risk manegement methodologies and procedures
- Professor Fauzi Hasan is world-class academecian and obtained his professorship in project management and risk management from the American Academy – International Board of Standards (IBS), Colorado Springs, Colorado USA. He has strong and real drive, also willingness to succeed and a positive, proactive approach. Proficient in banking and lending operations and knowledgeable with all governent l services. Excellent research skills in preparing fraudulant investigation reports.
- The industrial exposures and coverage resides within the mid level-intensive-technology based enterprises till high level-intensive-technology based industries with extensive project management spectrum of requirements. The industries at where Prof. Fauzi Hasan has got practical hands on and delivered direct contributions to the completion and success of the projects, and encompasses areas of industries such as: banking, Information Technology and Telecommunications, manufacturing, Oil and Gas industries; and other service industries.
- The perspectives and overview of Project Management (PM) and PMBOK as Best Practice
- Increased importance of the PM to organizations, and Definitions of PM
- Categories of PM functions
- To raise ability to apply Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and network development, and using it as the baseline in the control and monitoring activities
- To train ability to identify potential problems and avoid them using troubleshooting techniques
- To escalate capability to track projects more effectively
- To have proficiency in generating status reports that show top management where budgeting, scheduling and manpower trends are headed Effectively
- To have capability in handling difficult personality clashes cope with tight schedules take on a real leadership role in the department
- Knowledge Areas in Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK)
- Core Functional Knowledge Area in PMBOK and Facilitating Functions in PMBOK
- The application of Project Management Best Practices to Enhance Project Performance
- Describing of each building block in PMBOK
- Establishing critical performance indicators
- Setting a baseline to monitor progress
- Determining views of success
- Establishing success indicators
- Preparing project evaluation structures
- Coping with Runaway project
- Definition of a runaway project
- Conducting a project audit
- Preparing and implementing a recovery plan
- Competency Model for Project Management
- The importance of competency
- Methods to categorize project management skills
- Conducting a competency analysis
- Addressing significant issues
- Using the PM guidelines to ensure competency in project management
- Project Management Maturity and the Project Management Knowledge Areas
- The Definition of maturity
- Differences between mature and immature organizations
- Five maturity levels
- Performing an organizational project management maturity assessment
- Establishing metrics at each maturity level
- Focusing on continuous improvement as related to project management knowledge areas (scope, time, cost, quality, communication, human resources, risk, procurement and integration management)
- The Essential Functions of PM
- Project coverage, operational unit, departmental, and universal
- Project-focused functions: augment, mentor, and consult
- Specific areas of direct assistance
- Enterprise-oriented functions: promote, archive, practice, and train
- Specific areas of performance
- Project Management Methodology Implementation
- Motivations, costs, and benefits
- Claims and Contract management
- Assessing the current project management practices
- Project or programs
- Division-level PM
- Enterprise-level PM
- Organizational structures and strategy
- Functional organization
- Project-oriented organization
- Matrix organization
- Use of virtual teams
- Guidelines for successful implementation
- PM implementation plan
- Effective deployment of the PM programs as related to PMO Functions
- Professional Code of Ethics and Responsibility in IT-Project Management
- Integrity and professionalism
- Project management knowledge base
- Individual competence enhancement
- Balancing stakeholder interests
- Personal, ethnic, and cultural differences
- Case Studies and Exercises
- Case-based discussions will be conducted with topics related to the subjects of training, while for every chapter completed will be followed by comprehensive exercises focusing on the described subjects in the chapters.