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- Understanding projects and project management
- Exploring project management software options
- Gathering requirements
- Identifying deliverables and success criteria
- Creating a scope statement
- Identifying stakeholders
- Building a work breakdown structure
- Identifying resources
- Building a schedule
- Creating a risk management plan
- Developing a change management plan
- Understanding team dynamics
- Gathering data
- Evaluating project schedule and cost performance
- Documenting lessons learned
- Closing contracts, accounts, and transitioning<br><br>
- The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi, I'm Bonnie Biafore and this is Project Management Fundamentals. This course teaches you how to manage your projects more effectively from beginning to end. We'll begin by taking a closer look at the general concepts of project management. I'll then take you through to finding a project starting with identifying the problem to solve and how you're going to solve it. Next, we'll discuss planning your project. We'll take a look at identifying the work that needs to be done, building a schedule, and defining the ground rules for how you run your project.
Finally, I'll provide tips for launching your project and monitoring and controlling its performance so that you stay on time and within budget. Having the proper tools in your project toolbox is critical to running a successful project. I'll introduce you to these tools and how to use them effectively in Project Management Fundamentals.