Join Bonnie Biafore for an in-depth discussion in this video Showcasing the final project, part of Project Management Foundations: Small Projects.
The sample project used throughout this course is the relocation of Focused Fitness;…a small exercise studio owned by a woman named Beth, who has six trainers…who work as employees.…Beth's goal for the relocation project is to move into a new space that will…satisfy the needs of the business as it grows over the next five years.…She has several additional objectives for the relocation.…First, a more convenient location which will help the business grow. Second,…easier and safer access for the clients who are recovering from injuries or are…older and less agile.…
Third, if possible, lower rent per square foot.…To get the project started, Beth has asked you to help her manage the relocation.…Let's get started and see how to manage a small project from start to finish.…
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- Defining the life cycle and scope of small projects
- Identifying the project customer and other stakeholders
- Determining the right level of management
- Scheduling work
- Managing risk
- Keeping things moving
- Evaluating the project
- Getting sign-off and tying up loose ends<br><br>
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Small Projects
Defining small projects2m 19s
2. Starting the Project
3. Organizing the Work
4. Getting Things Done
5. Tracking Progress
6. Wrapping Up
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