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A2 Project Managers Core Foundation Project Management

Course Introduction

Project managers are responsible for multiple project teams communication, coordination, planning, controlling, team building, human resources designating, performance reviewing, leading etc. They report to top level managers or strategy offices. Therefore, they require training in cross-departmental project team management.

This course is suitable for managers of multiple, large, complex, long-term and strategic projects, including: strategic alliance, equipment investment, information system, reorganization, procedure improvement, resources planning, technical development, product research and development etc.

This course not only uses a hard system structure to teach core project management tools and techniques, it also includes project management's vital soft-skills such as team management, problems solving, communication, conflict and leadership. The use of both hard and soft skills in tandem can help students learn more people skills and leadership abilities. And experience project management actual application environment, rather than just theoretical knowledge and tools.

Course Contents

Day No Unit Contents Hours
Day 1 1 Course Introduction
  • Course introduction, teams forming, and assignments briefing
2 General Definition and Terminology
  • System thinking and management system
  • Project management definition and procedure
  • Project management methodology and structure
3 Project Management's Importance to Enterprises
  • Enterprise project success and failure key performance indices
  • Enterprise project management's main problems
  • Enterprise project management practical application
4 Project Planning
  • Define deliverables specifications
  • Define work
  • Plan resources
  • Estimate time and cost
5 Team Exercise Instruction
  • Project plan preparation principles and case studies
Day 2 6 Project Scheduling, Controlling and Closing
  • Critical Path Method (CPM) and scheduling skills
  • Project status and performance control
  • Project documents and information control
  • Project closure and lessons learnt
7 Project Management's People Element
  • Project team and performance management
  • Project cross-departmental problems solving
  • Project communication and conflict management
  • Project leadership and inspiration skills
8 Team Presentation and Discussion
  • Project plan preparation and presentation
9 Summary and Discussion
  • Q&A

(In order to improve course quality, we reserve the right to modify course contents in part or in whole)

Course Benefits

  1. Understand PM total knowledge, framework and system methodology.
  2. Understand PM definitions, processes and special features.
  3. Learn how to effectively integrate PM system in practical application.
  4. Learn how to use project scope planning, scheduling, controlling and closing methods, techniques and tools.
  5. Develop project teams and learn performance controlling techniques.
  6. Learn project cross-departmental problems solving methods and skills.
  7. Learn project stakeholders communication and conflict resolving skills.
  8. Learn project leadership and inspiring techniques.

Course Target and Execution

Target Product planners, RD, sales and marketing, engineers, HR, purchasers, project team, and those interested in project management
Emphasis (1) Project management core foundation theoretical framework, process, tools, techniques, methods in practical application
(2) Project team management, problems solving, communication and conflict management, project leadership, and people skills.
Method Case studies, templates, exercises, team discussions and presentations.
Time 09:00-12:00.13:00-17:00, 14 hours, 2 days

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