Project managers are natural problem-solvers. They set the plan and guide teammates, and manage changes, risks, and stakeholders.
Some of these tools and techniques may need to be adapted based on the nature of the project and the industry. This programme is intended to provide students with the framework for understanding the dynamics of project management and covers all the essential elements and processes in project management.
Specifically, the course is aimed at all and every employee in a business or institution or organisation (project-driven and non project-driven) who may be involved with or who is interested in ﾓproject-typeﾔ work, similarly all people who may be responsible for planning and executing projects be it small or medium in size and ranging from low to medium complexity, aspirant project managers, junior project managers, assistant project managers, operations managers, project planners, project controllers, but even senior managers and CEOs who need to gain a basic understanding of and appreciation for the dynamic nature, unique body of knowledge and potential advantages which may be gained by project management
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Learn how to streamline and manage projects more efficiently and effectively in everyday business activities.
Organisations more than ever are under pressure to operate and deliver more effectively and efficiently in order to retain their existing customer base as well as to increase their market share. This places greater emphasis on streamlining internal operations, increases focus on customer needs and on superior service delivery in relation to competitors and within shorter timeframes.
This shift in mind-set requires managers to have the ability to execute and effectively utilise their resources to the best of their ability to derive direct tangible value through the projects they initiate. In today’s economic climate, an organisations ability to deliver against their strategic intent is a critical component to staying competitive and overall relevant.
Project Management is the discipline and process of managing the end-to-end activities within a project life-cycle from the planning, monitoring and control of all aspects of the project to budgeting, resource management and the motivation of all those involved; to achieve the project objectives on time and to the specified cost, quality and performance, in line with the strategic intent of the organisation.
1.NATURE OF A PROJECT
- Organisation – Business Departments
- What Are the Functions of Organisation in Business?
- Business Resources
- Role of management
- Responsibilities of Managers and Employees
2.NATURE AND APPLICATION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT.
- What is management.
- Planning Process.
- Organising functions of management
- Leading as a Management Function
- Control Functions in an Organisation.
- Accountable or responsible?
3.TYPES OF STRUCTURES THAT ARE FOUND IN A PROJECT ENVIRONMENT
- Decision making
- Communication tasks.
- Importance of trust.
- Coordinating tasks
- Delegating Tasks
- Evaluation Process
4. APPLICATION OF ORGANISATION STRUCTURES IN A PROJECT ENVIRONMENT.
- What is Decision Making?
- Definitions of Decision-making .
- Characteristics of Decision Making.
- Advantages of Decision Making.
- Steps Involved In Decision Making Process.
- Why Rational and Right Decisions Are Not Possible?
- Reasons Why Rational and Right Decisions May Not Be Possible?
- Relationship Between Planning and Decision-making.
5.MAJOR PROCESSESS AND ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO MANAGE A PROJECT.
- Functions of management in a organisation.
- The Importance of Organisational Structure.
- Level of Management.