Technical Project Management Training

  • Learn via: Classroom / Virtual Classroom / Online
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Price: Please contact for booking options
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Apply WBS and network development

Identify potential problems and solve them using troubleshooting techniques

Track projects more effectively

Create status reports that show top management where budgeting, scheduling and manpower trends are headed

Cope with tight IT and technical project schedules

There are no prerequisites for this course. 

A best-selling seminar for managers and team members involved in IT and technical project management

Associate project managers, project managers, IT project managers, project coordinators, project leaders, senior project managers, team leaders, product managers, program managers,

In just 3 days, you'll understand the unique challenges of managing IT and technical projects and discover how applying project management methodology can give you a step-by-step approach to tackling your toughest challenges. You'll discuss the value of planning, scheduling and how to manage scope. Use tools and techniques to establish a sound estimating process. Find out how to keep projects on track and evaluate project performance. And participate in communications exercises to help successfully lead project teams.

The Project Management Framework

Define the Basic Project Management Framework

Describe Key Project Management Terminology

Explain Project Constraints and the Project Triangle

Differentiate Between Operations and Projects

Describe Project Management in a Business Context

Initiate the Project

Discuss How Projects Are Initiated

Identify the Difference Between Project Requirements and Product Requirements

Describe the Purpose and Content of the Project Charter

Describe Two Methodologies for Developing Software—Waterfall and Iterative

Describe the Purpose and Content of the Product Requirements Document

Use the SMART Model When Writing Requirements

Identify Information-Gathering Techniques


Identify the Work

Discuss the Purpose of a Kickoff Meeting

Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Estimate the Work

Discuss Guidelines for Making Better Estimates

Explain the Use of Three-Point Estimates

Demonstrate the Concept of Rolling Wave Estimating

Schedule the Work

Describe Task Dependencies

Identify the Sequence of Tasks via Precedence Diagramming

Develop the Project Schedule

Create the Budget

Determine the Personnel Costs Needed for the Success of the Project

Determine the Expense Costs Needed for the Success of the Project

Differentiate Between Bottom-Up and Top-Down Cost Budgeting, and State Which Is More Appropriate for Different Situations

Complete the Plan

Create the Project Communications Plan

Describe the Project Risk Management Processes

Describe the Purpose of the Project Procurement Plan

Discuss the Purpose of Reserves

Execute the Plan

Create a Project Status Report

Describe the Key Elements Required to Determine Project Health

Describe How to Run an Effective Project Status Meeting

Describe the Change Management Process

Close the Project

Identify the Elements of Both Administrative and Contractual Project Closure

Describe the Different Ways That Projects Can Be Terminated

Explain the Importance of a Repository and Lessons Learned

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