Modules for Project Management System PMS

  1. Introduction
  2. Other meaning of project management system
  3. Project: what is it.
  4. Types of a project: what are the different types of project we have in practise.
  5. Four phases of a project methodology: graphical representation, identify in details (initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling and closing).
  6. Project Management System: SMART GOALS principles
  7. Project Management System: who is a project manager
  8. Project manager role: in managing a project e.t.c.
  9. Project manager role: in organization system e.t.c.
  10. Project manager role: in problem-solving functions e.t.c.
  11. Project Management System: Project Phase 1-4 approach in details
  12. Project Management triangle: Graphical representation of a project management triangle (i.e. in relation to time, quality, costs).
  13. Project Management life cycle:
  • PMI’s five phases (Initiating, Planning, in details/Explanation. Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing)
  • Prince 2’s five phases (starting, initiating, planning, directing, stage control, stage management, closing).
  • RUP four phases (Inception, Elaboration, Construction, Transition).
  • MSF five phases (Envisioning, Planning, developing, stabilizing, deploying).
  1. Project Management System: Risk, what is it.
  2. Risk management Principle: An overview of details.
  3. The main process of risk management
  4. Types of risk management: risk assessment, risk identification, risk analysis, risk evaluation, risk control, risk reduction, risk acceptance.
  5. Risk management activities as applied to project management.
  6. Risk management methods and tools
  7. Basic risk management facilitation methods
  8. Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  9. Internal versus external risk: some listed factors that can influence both internal and external risk in the organization.
  10. Business process re-engineering versus continuous improvement process (CIP): a comparison.
  11. Four major steps in the business process re-engineering (BPR process).
  12. Benchmarking principles: An overview of details.
  13. Benchmarking principles:
  • Why Benchmark
  • Types of Benchmarking
  • Outline note to Benchmarking process
  • Key to successful Benchmarking
  1. Comparing Scenarios: Between without Benchmarking and with Benchmarking.
  2. Hints on how to conduct Critical steps of the Benchmarking process in an organization
  3. Steps involved in Benchmarking for Six Sigma practitioners
  4. Essential steps to successful Benchmarking in Automotive practices.
  5. Brainstorming techniques: An overview of details.
  6. Brainstorming techniques for problem-solving, team building and creative process.
  7. Brainstorming process in full detail.
  8. Guidelines on how to use Brainstorming approach in your study.
  9. Types of Brainstorming principles:
  • Personal brainstorming
  • Collective/group brainstorming

Benefits of the Project management system training materials to the clients:

  • Opportunities to expand your Services
  • Better Flexibility
  • Increased Risk Assessment
  • Increase in Quality
  • Increase in Quantity
  • Enhanced effectiveness in delivering services
  • improved growth and development within your team
  • Greater standing and competitive edge
  • Improved/increased/enhanced customer satisfaction and customer loyalty to your establishment
  • Better efficiency in delivery service

Other benefits: Our Project management system training module will assist the project manager to acquire the ability to implement project management approaches, phases successfully within the organization project culture at a stipulated time frame. Not only that, but it will also help the project managers is to deliver high-quality deliverables at every stage of the project without compromising cost and deadline.

NOTE: For this to happen the person that is interested in being a project manager must be competent in project management through both experience and academic excellence. For both small and large projects, if he/she wants to balance the require competency skills at all times.

Who needs to attend:

Project managers, project management professionals, risk managers, stakeholders, project management consultant etc and those people that are interested in managing projects that require high-quality deliverables at every stage of the project without compromising cost and deadline

Modules for project management system