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A3 Advanced Practical Application Project Management

Course Introduction

Project management practical application requires familiarity with core foundation knowledge and tools use. Another important element is the transference of tools and techniques into feasible procedures and forms. These can help project team members heighten communication effectiveness in project planning and execution.

At the same time, standard procedures and documents can facilitate systematic categorization and management of project records, reports and files. This can in turn facilitate the development of a project information system, which can quickly turn data from documents and forms into effective management information.

This course emphasizes the processes, forms and tools required for practical project management application. Students will do course exercises and presentations based on own work case studies. This will help them quickly and effectively transfer learned skills into real work.

This course is suitable for those who have had project management core foundation or PMP training, especially those who really want to transfer training to real work application.

Course Contents

Day No Unit Contents Hours
Day 1 1 Course Introduction
  • Course introduction, teams forming, and assignments briefing
2 Project Management Definition and Methodology
  • PM definitions, requirements and goals.
  • PM principles, application and methodology.
3 Establish Project Management Team
  • Project management team organization and roles
  • Project management team responsibilities division
  • Project management team interface management
4 Project Initiation
  • Develop project brief
  • Develop project planning stage's work plan
  • Project kick-off meeting
5 Team Exercise Instruction
  • Project scope statement preparation principles and case studies
Day 2 6 Project Planning (1)
  • Work plan
    (a) Develop detailed project scope statement
    (b) List main milestones
    (c) Develop work breakdown structure (WBS)
    (d) Define work contents, method, tools, techniques and deliverables
    (e) Estimate time and cost
    (f) Plan schedule and resources
    (g) Develop budget plan
7 Team Exercise Instruction
  • Project plan preparation principles and case studies
8 Teams Presentations and Discussion (1)
  • Project scope statement preparation and presentation
Day 3 9 roject Planning (2)
  • Related supporting management plans
    (a) Communication plan
    (b) Human resources plan
    (c) Change plan
    (d) Risk plan
    (e) Quality plan
  • Project plan preparation
10 Teams Presentations and Discussion (2)
  • Project plan preparation and presentation
Day 4 11 Project Control
  • Stage status control
    (a) Sign-off completed project work
    (b) Track and record project status
    (c) Analyze status variance and performance
    (d) Record and review issues, change and risks items
    (e) Review project stage status report
    (f) Take corrective actions
    (g) Documents and files management
12 Project Closure
  • Project administrative and contract closure
  • Produce project closure report
  • Project closure review and lessons learned
13 Teams Presentations and Discussion (3) & (4)
  • Project status report preparation and presentation
  • Project closure report preparation and presentation
  • Conclusion

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

Course Benefits

  1. Understand project management definition and methodology.
  2. Learn how to build project teams and manage interfaces.
  3. Learn how to initiate projects and run kick-off meetings.
  4. Learn how to define projects' detailed scope and work plans.
  5. Learn how to develop plans for project communication, human resources, change, risk and quality.
  6. Learn how to control project stage status performance.
  7. Learn how to do project stage interface review and exception plan.
  8. Learn how to close projects and review closure report.

Course Target and Execution

Target Middle managers responsible for multiple, large, complex, long-term, strategic functional planning and controlling projects. Management team members in charge of strategic alliance, equipment investment, information system, organization change, process improvement, resources plan, techniques development and other strategic functional tasks.
Emphasis Advanced project management system, process, forms, techniques, methodologies, and integrated application.
Method Case studies, templates, exercises, team discussions and presentations.
Time 09:00-12:00.13:00-17:00, 28 hours, 4 days

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