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Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
Project Management for Training - Class 4
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Project Management for Training - Class 4

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This is class 4 for the summer session of the online Project Management for Training class I am teaching at New York University: …

This is class 4 for the summer session of the online Project Management for Training class I am teaching at New York University:
http://www.epsilen.com/crs/096318

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  • 1. Project Management for Training Jeffrey Keefer July 21, 2009—Class 4 [email_address] X75.9952.001—Spring 2008 Tuesdays, 6:30pm – 8:30pm Location: http://www.epsilen.com/crs/096318
  • 2. Agenda
    • Check-In
    • Presentations: Heldman (8, 9, 10)
      • BREAK
    • Project Implementation (Execution)
    • Resources
    • Risk
  • 3.
  • 4. Break
  • 5. Project Scope (Statement):
    • Formal agreed-upon project overview, goals, deliverables, time, cost, and resources.
    • Guides all future project steps
  • 6. Communication Plan
    • Who gets what information when.
  • 7. ADDIE Model
  • 8. Final Project (Training Plan)
    • Identify a learning need
    • Create a Training Plan for it
      • Project Charter
      • Training Proposal
    • Present it (via PPT)
  • 9. Final Project: Discussion
    • What is the problem?
    • What models will you use to repair (& explain) it?
    • What is your strategy?
    • How will you measure it?
    • How will you present it?
  • 10. Work Breakdown Structure
    • A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a deliverables-oriented hierarchy that defines all the work of the project
    • http://pma.doit.wisc.edu/plan/2-1/tools.html
  • 11. Brainstorm / Mind Mapping Software
    • MindManager
    • Inspiration
    • Mindmeister
    • Freemind
    • Bubbl.us
  • 12. Brainstorm the Work
  • 13. WBS Steps
    • Gather project objectives (purpose) and outcomes (deliverables)
    • Brainstorm components of each item
    • Break down the work into the smallest components
    • Group like activities
  • 14. WBS (Gantt Chart)
  • 15. REVIEW: Triple Constraint Quality Scope Time Cost
  • 16. REVIEW: Product and Project Life Cycle
  • 17. Planning > Execution
    • Risk
    • Project team
      • Kick-off
      • Project processes and expectations
      • Group processes and stages
      • Progress reporting
    • Communications
  • 18. REVIEW: Final Project Outline Slides

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