Managing a Project
This course is targeted toward a diverse range of managers and staff members who wish to acquire the necessary skills to successfully manage small- to medium-sized projects.
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The factors of a successful project almost always end up depending on how much money and time is needed to create a product worthy of the customer. This course will help you manage the constraints of time, money, and schedules, and how they relate to the overall quality of your project and product.
Managing a Project’s Budget, Schedule, and Quality
recognize the importance of managing project costs, schedules, and resources
recognize the importance of managing project quality
manage project performance variances in a given scenario
determine how to ensure customer satisfaction in a given scenario
identify the process improvement technique to use in a given scenario
match common fact-based management mistakes with examples
match empowered performance principles with examples
recognize ways that project management software can be used to manage projects
match report types to examples of their use
Managing Project Activities, Changes, and Risks
recognize the importance of properly managing a project
manage technical performance, the customer relationship, and team conflict in given scenarios
recognize examples of the activities involved in the change management process
match the risk management processes with their descriptions