Being an effective project manager can be easily learned. This course will teach you the fundamentals of project management, designing and implementing monitoring and evaluating systems, and modern project management. With dedication and training, you will soon get a clear understanding of project management methodologies and be the binding force that holds a project together. Enrol now and ensure that the quality and objectives of your company's projects are met on time and on budget. This course is for those that need to manage projects, and want a deeply practical description of how to use the project management best practices across the life-cycle. And anyone involved in projects that wants to understand the practical essentials of the project management process.

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Understanding what project is and why it is so important in every organisation.
Projects have a specifically defined objective, and only exist until that objective is achieved, after which they cease to exist. In this lesson, you will learn what project management is and what common relationships between the definitions.
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Projects seem easy at first until you began. What changed? This lesson will explain when and how projects become complex.
All projects have a life-cycle composed of the activities that occur in order for the project to progress to fruition.
Life-cycle will be unique for every project with respect to the time taken for each stage, which varies from different projects.
There is another life-cycle that exists at the same time as the project life-cycle – the project organisation life-cycle.
Understanding Risk Management in project management.
Judgement and decision-making are at the core of risk management. These are people skills, and whilst computer software can carry out the complex probability and other calculations in support of this, they cannot think critically and make decisions.
The importance of an effective communication system on a project cannot be over-emphasised. It is clear that the lack of an effective communication system is one of the major causes for delays in projects; some argue that the absence of effective communications is the biggest single mistake a project manager can make.
Project managers must pay attention to more than just the actual words someone is saying, as a person’s tone of voice and body language say a lot about how they really feel.
Project Closure is more than a milestone… it is a process with deliverables, to successfully conclude the project.
A plan to achieve closure, as an objective in its own right, is essential for the closure to be achieved within the time available and to meet the performance standards required.
The final review of the project must be arranged, at which all of the learning that has been gained during the project is gathered together and presented to the project team and/or client.
A consequence of this complexity is that the user cannot just take delivery and operate the facility at maximum efficiency without training and the necessary information to operate and maintain the product or service.
In terms of its basic premises and principles, contemporary project management is inexorably linked to more general computer software and its implementation.
Apart from the initial and subsequent maintenance costs of the software (which can be quite significant in their own right), advanced project management software will require that a considerable amount of staff time is invested in setting up the system, adjusting business processes to accommodate its functions and training personnel in its use.
Traditional project management approaches depend on the clear and detailed identification of what needs to be done, and how.
There are varying degrees to this type of uncertainty, and separate lifecycle models can be employed to address them. What these models hold in common is a basic adherence to lean and agile principles that were originally conceived in the fields of industrial manufacturing and production
Operations management is one of the core functions of an organisation and is responsible for the process that produces products and services for the organisation.
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