Project & Risk Management: Microsoft Project & Leadership
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- Learn how to use Microsoft Project.
- Gain Project Management knowledge.
- Improve Project Management skills.
- Develop skills in project scheduling.
- Learn the art and science of managing projects with Microsoft Project
- Compare and contrast the project management process groups
- Explain what a project is (and is not)
- Explain how to initiate a project
- Work with the project team to plan a project
- Oversee the project execution
- Monitor and control the project activities
- Close out a phase or a project
- Define the roles and responsibilities of a successful project manager
- No Prior Knowledge Or Work Is Necessary To Take This Course.
- Pen And Paper For Precious Notes
Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time. In practice, the management of such distinct production approaches requires the development of distinct technical skills and management strategies, but if you don’t master project management, you will miss the opportunity to manage project.
What if you could change that?
My complete Project Management course will show you the exact techniques and strategies you need to use Microsoft Project, improve project management skills, initiate projects and monitor and control the project activities.
For less than a movie ticket, you will get hours of video lectures and the freedom to ask me any questions regarding the course as you go through it. :)
What Is In This Course?
Your Project Management Skills Will Never Be The Same.
Except if you’re an expert at Project Management, develop skills in project scheduling, Compare and contrast the project management process groups, Oversee the project execution and Close out a phase or a project, you are going to lose many job/career opportunities or even master Project Management.
As what Denis Waitley, an American motivational speaker, writer and consultant, says "Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised."
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In This Project Management Training, You'll Learn:
- Learn How To Use Microsoft Project.
- Gain Project Management Knowledge.
- Improve Project Management Skills.
- Develop Skills In Project Scheduling.
- Learn The Art And Science Of Managing Projects With Microsoft Project
- Compare And Contrast The Project Management Process Groups
- Explain What A Project Is (And Is Not)
- Explain How To Initiate A Project
- Work With The Project Team To Plan A Project
- Oversee The Project Execution
- Monitor And Control The Project Activities
- Close Out A Phase Or A Project
- Define The Roles And Responsibilities Of A Successful Project Manager
Is This For You?
- Do you want to use Microsoft Project?
- Are you wondering how to improve project management skills?
- Do you understand how to initiate projects?
Then this course will definitely help you.
This course is essential to all project managers, business development managers, engineers and anyone looking to master Project Management.
I will show you precisely what to do to solve these situations with simple and easy techniques that anyone can apply.
Why To Master Project Management?
Let Me Show You Why To Master Project Management:
1. You will use Microsoft Project.
2. You will improve project management skills.
3. You will initiate projects.
4. You will monitor and control the project activities.
Thank you so much for taking the time to check out my course. You can be sure you're going to absolutely love it, and I can't wait to share my knowledge and experience with you inside it!
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- All Business Development Managers, Project Managers, Engineers
- Anyone Looking To Master Project Management.
- This Is Not For People Looking For Lazy Ways To Manage
Today we are going to learn how to use Microsoft Project. In this section, we will cover the major parts of Project. First, you will need to know how to start Microsoft project, once it has been installed on your computer. It's best to have a general idea of your own project before you begin. In order to be successful, you will need to have a detailed project plan, which includes a breakdown of what you can deliver to your client. Go step by step to from start to finish.
In the last section we covered how to use Microsoft Project. In this section, we'll cover the best practices for learning and using it. There are several basic rules that project managers can use to avoid issues when trying to manage a project schedule. These basic practices are often ignored when working in applications like Microsoft Project, but they can become problematic when you attempt to manage a schedule in a highly visible online environment.
Gaining knowledge with Project Management can be difficult at times. What you need to do is begin by integrating the components of your project within Microsoft Project and manage it from there. Integration management will be effective if you can gain the support of all team members and, above all, stakeholders. Getting acceptance from the start of the project ensures that we have the support and funding to succeed.
When you think about how to improve your project management skills, it's easy to assume that this will mean more work for you. However, as time is your greatest resource, becoming adept in Microsoft Project will save you time, money and resources as a business owner. It doesn't mean work becomes harder, it means you can work smarter. It can mean delivering projects on deadline, the first time. It can mean streamlining the proofing process, cutting down on the back and forth and actually getting the work done – on budget. Even if you don’t implement specific project management practices, applying project management skills in your own small business can lead to increased employee productivity and decreased costs.
There can be many differences between management and leadership. A common theme between the two is that as your work environment faces change and volatility, leadership is something that is needed. Management involves dealing with the complex, and the obstacles that may arise due to this. In reality, not everyone possesses these skills.
When we manage our expectations for a product, certain things need to be taken into consideration. Having a timeline, list of requirements, and notes from conversations with the client can help keep you organized and on task. Share these things with your team members, and keep them in the loop. Set up meetings with your team members, and one with your clients so you can discuss the details and process that will make your project a success.
Some research suggests that in order to compare and contrast the differences in project management groups, is to compare the two different methodologies – PMBOK and SCRUM. The purpose of this research is to compare and contrast two methodologies, PMBOK and SCRUM, and discuss which is the better option to use.
Project management is an art. In this section we will discuss what a project is, and what it is not. Project management is taking an idea and transforming it into a reality. For a given project, constraints are defined, and the project manager is expected to deliver within those constraints. People mainly think about the “triple-constraints” model of scope, cost, and time, but there are actually six constraints to consider – Quality, time, cost, scope, risk, and resources.
The project initiation phase is the first phase within the project management life cycle, as it involves starting up a new project. Within the initiation phase, the business problem or opportunity is identified, a solution is defined, a project is formed, and a project team is appointed to build and deliver the solution to the customer. A business case is created to define the problem or opportunity in detail and identify a preferred solution for implementation.
When building your team, consider your relationship with them. If you know who they are, if you've worked with the previously and if that experience was a positive one. Building these relationships is just as important as the relationships you build with your team members. If you have worked with them previously but the experience was poor and unpleasant, consider that you need to go back to the beginning and start building a relationship with them once again before you can engage them in the project.
You must cultivate a good work and learning environment to allow those skills to build and grow. You need to make sure you do this with the right people. If you don't, you'll end up wasting time with extra meetings trying to find the right people for your project. Make sure you represent all your clients in one meeting. Make sure their needs for the project are discussed so your team members understand what needs to be done the first time it is discussed. If you have chosen the right people for this, you won't have to deal with any resistance down the road with bad leaders. Remember to choose wisely who will handle each section of the project.
When we manage our expectations for a product, certain things need to be taken into consideration. Having a timeline, list of requirements, and notes from conversations with the client can help keep you organized and on task. Share these things with your team members, and keep them in the loop. Set up meetings with your team members, and one with your clients so you can discuss the details and process that will make your project a success. Allowing your clients to meet your team members allows them to know who will be responsible for professionally work on their project, and will give you an opportunity to establish trust between team and client.
An effective project manager is a person who is responsible for leading the project. In other words, project managers are the spearheads of a project. They ensure that the project is completed within the specified deadline and gets delivered to the client without any flaws. You, as the project manager, will need to handle all the aspects of the project from project initiation to project delivery.