Project Management: Principles for Success
The backbone of project management is planning, scheduling, and
controlling. There are well-established principles, tools, and
techniques for taking these critical elements to a professional level of
expertise. From the management of small to complex projects,
participants will find a proven approach to shorten project duration,
manage communication, report status, and keep the project on track for
on time and on budget delivery.
||October 9-10, 2014 (two days)
Thursday & Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Front Range Community College
Boulder County Campus
2190 Miller Drive
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Registration Deadline: October 2nd, 5 p.m.
10% Early Registration Discount if registered by Sept 19th.
- Describe and recognize the critical elements of a correct project measure of performance
- Demonstrate the ability to identify the major deliverables required to achieve a project’s measure of performance
- Demonstrate the ability to develop a project scope statement that will provide clarity and reduce the chance of scope creep
- Demonstrate a basic understanding and use of the common techniques for planning and scheduling project work
- Demonstrate the ability to calculate the critical path for a simple project
- Demonstrate methods for compressing the time required to complete a project
- Describe the benefits of establishing a project baseline
- Describe the critical elements of risk identification, mitigation, and control
- Describe a method for managing project changes
- Describe methods for developing and implementing project lessons learned