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Project Management Techniques

Course

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The aim of this course is to provide project managers with a toolkit they can use on their projects. The tools range from the simple that can be used on all projects to the advanced that can be used where appropriate.

Date and Time

06 March 2018 - 09:00 to 07 March 2018 - 17:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Contact IET Professional Development at pdcourses@theiet.org or on (0) 1438 765616 for more information.


About this event

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This course provides you with a toolkit to successfully manage and deliver engineering and technology projects. It adds the ‘how’ to formal methodologies such as PRINCE2®.

You will be introduced to tools for handling the various aspects of project management – technical, strategic, organisational and people management.

Programme

In addition to listening to formal presentations, you will put your learning into context and practice through case studies, tutor-facilitated discussions and exercises.


Day 1:

Introduction

Programme overview
Review of participants’ needs and objectives

Stakeholder management

Using PESTLE to aid stakeholder identification
Stakeholder mapping
The Salience Model
Stakeholder Engagement Grid

Requirements management

Using prototypes and models to elucidate requirements
Prioritising techniques
Roadmaps
Requirements Traceability

Scope management

Work Breakdown Structures
Responsibility Assignment Matrix

Delivery approaches

Sequential
Agile

Estimating

Comparative Estimating
Parametric
Bottom-up
Three-point Estimating
Delphi and Planning Poker
Creating realistic budgets

Day 2:

Scheduling

Critical Path Analysis
Smoothing and Levelling
Timeboxing
Team Boards
Monte Carlo Simulations
Probability of completion

People management

Situational Leadership
The Tuckman Model
Negotiation
Conflict Management
Belbin

Monitoring and control

Earned Value Management

Course review and action planning

Identify actions to be implemented individually



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