Project Management for Managers (Delhi, India)
This course introduces best practices in project management, covering the full project life cycle with a focus on globally accepted standards. It reviews traditional methods, including: integration, portfolio and stakeholder management, chartering, scope definition, estimating, the Delphi method of project evaluation and review technique, precedence diagramming and the critical path method, scheduling, risk analysis and management, resource loading and leveling, Gantt charts, earned value analysis, and performance indices of project cost/schedule control systems criteria. It shows how the project management maturity model, team development, and principles of negotiation apply to organizations of various types: hierarchical and matrix organizations, international teams, and virtual teams. Using methods and models from this course, predictive analytics managers should experience greater project definition and structure and be able to execute projects more effectively.
Note: this 12-week blended program is based in India. To learn more about our Chicago-based Project Management Programs, please click here.
- Produce a complete project proposal
- Understand considerations in organizational design for successful PM
- Chartering a project using the Integrative approach
- Identify defining constraints of a project
- Write a project scope statement and work breakdown structure (WBS)
- Produce a comprehensible, achievable estimate
- Develop a risk management plan
- Schedule interdependent activities
- Establish project timelines, project resources, and costs
- Develop a project plan
- Develop project progress and performance measures
- Explain factors involved in leading a successful project team
- Design a project closure procedure
12-Week Blended Program
Courses will be delivered via a blend of online content and in-person sessions. The online content includes faculty lecture videos, discussion boards, multimedia exercises, reading and problem-solving. The in-person sessions will include additional lectures, discussions, and time to work on group projects.