Introduction to Project Management
learned and developed for management of projects. It also describes Project Management tools that can used to
effectively create and manage various types of planning and scheduling activities that are required for
completion of a project.
Learning Outcome: Participants will learn the stages of project development and how they are implemented.
Learning Outcome: Participants will develop skills in effective time management and planning while determining
how deliverables and milestones can have a major impact upon the success of a project. Quality management,
effective resource allocation and risk analysis are also determining factors that will be discussed.
C. PROJECT EXECUTION
Learning Outcome: Participants will continue to expand their knowledge of Critical Success Factors and how
they play a role in the completion of a project. Identification of managerial responsibilities and how they can
impact the project will be contrasted with the leadership duties of the team leaders. Analysis of autocratic and
participatory management styles will also allow the manager to determine their strengths and areas for
D. PROJECT COMPLETION STAGE
Learning Outcome: Participants will be given a brief overview of Microsoft Project 98 and how it can be
effectively used to track projects and control deadlines while providing Gantt and Pert charts. Budget analysis
will be discussed and how Scope Creep can influence your bottom line. Summary analysis and feedback will
provide closure to the program.