Project management for Beginners
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Hello and welcome In this course, I have covered basics of project management. .
- If you are someone who is new, who is just starting of or interested in starting of a career in project management, this is the course for you
- Topic Covered
- What is project
- Where do project come from
- Project constants
- How do you define project success
- What is Project Management
- Program and portfolios
- Project manager
- Organisational structure
- Project Management office
- project stakeholder
- project management life cycle
- project management processes
- Monitoring and controlling
- project procurement
- Nothing - just a willingness to learn!
- Having a project in mind would be helpful
Nowadays, a project is one of those business terms you hear everywhere you go. What exactly is a project? Well, to put it simply, a project is a set of actions put together to accomplish the goal in a specified period of time. This can mean offering a new service, coming up with a new product, introducing a major update, etc.
This project management course is meant for everyone who has been tasked with managing a project but has no previous experience or needs to refresh their knowledge. Together, we will go through all the basics of project management in three hours of engaging and informative lectures.
- Project Management Professionals
- Project Manager's
- For people who would like to learn about Project Management and PMP Concepts quickly and effectively
This is the preview of course.I am so exited to bring you on this journey,let's get started.
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