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Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
Project Managers Workshop
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Project Managers Workshop

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Full Day Training Workshop @ New Horizon Institute KSA for Business Executives & Project Managers

Full Day Training Workshop @ New Horizon Institute KSA for Business Executives & Project Managers

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  • 1. Guide to Project Management Practices Reference Project Management InstituteProject Managers Workshop Course Leader: Muhammad Azeem Uddin Savola Plastic Company, The Savola Group  Line Managers Audience  Team / Project Leaders  Functional Coordinators  Project Organizers
  • 2. About Your Course LeaderMuhammad Azeem Uddin10 Years of Projects & Project Management Experience with Local & Global Teams,Leads & Deployed ERP Implementations, Airline Reservation Systems & SecurityCompliance for various Organizations on Large scales.Certified: MBA, OCP, CCNSP, BcertIndustry Experience: Construction, Education,Aviation, Manufacturing, Consultancy 2 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 3. Today InsightPM Workshop3 Topics to Cover PM as Profession, ProjectManagement details & Process GroupsMS Project Training7 practical Lesson Covers step by step Project Plandevelopment which provides professional handsonlearning on day to day PM needs 3 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 4. Session Pre-RequisiteGround RulesAvoid LaptopsAvoid Cell Phones/SilentNo Outside Interruptions ConcentrationAvoid Discussion 4 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 5. PM AGENDAIntroduction to PM ProfessionBest Practices @ workOffice Time Line3 Key Messages 5 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 6. Introduction to PM Profession• PM as a Profession• What is Project Management • Project • Project Sequential Phases • Project Life Cycle & PG • Project Management Framework • Typical Constraints• PM Process Groups 6© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 7. PM as a ProfessionAs a Profession, Project Management practices are applicable globally &across every industry.The Profession itself took 4 decades to mature & provide best Professionalpractices which plays vital role in Project success.PMI is one of the leader in contributing Best project Management Practicesacross all Industries & www.pmi.org has grown to be the organization ofchoice for project management professionalism Globally. 7 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 8. What is PM?Meeting project requirements is theresponsibility of you, the PMPM Includes• Identifying project requirements• Establishing clear yet achievable objectives• Balancing the triple constraint• Adapting the specifications, plans, and approach to the different concerns of the diverse stakeholders 8 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 9. Areas of Expertise A PM should know lots of things (breadth) but not Project Management Interpersonal Skills Knowledge required to be an expert in any area of expertise General Management Application Area Knowledge, Standards & Knowledge & Regulations SkillsA PM is a mile wide and an inch deep PM Understandin g Project Guidelines Environment 9 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 10. Is Project Success Really that Rare? 10© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 11. Key Terms in PMProgram PortfolioSubproject OPM3PMO Management By ProjectsStakeholders PM System 11 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 12. Key Terms in PM1. Program is group of related Projects Manage together2. Portfolio refer to collection of Programs & Projects dependent or independent to meet strategic objectives3. Subproject is refer to Project within Project4. OPM3 is Organizational Project Management Maturity Model owned by PMI5. Management by Project is the approach that should be adapted and supported by top Management6. Stakeholder is a person or an organization that has a legitimate interest in a project 12 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 13. What is Project Management Project A temporary endeavor undertake to create unique Product, Service or result. Temporary nature indicates a definite Begin & End.• If you want to know whether you work in projects or not, ask yourself one simple question:• Is my objective to finish what I’m carrying out, and then deliver it to a satisfied customer and once done move to another job? 13• If your answer was yes then you work in projects © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 14. What is Project Management Project Sequential Phases• To run such a project, some inputs are required (the two most important are shown) which are: Concept, and PM Team• Some outputs will be produced by this project. Either PM outputs or project deliverables (either product or component) 14 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 15. What is Project ManagementProject Life Cycle & 5 Core PG’sIt is generally sequential & sometimes overlapping of Project Phaseswhose name & numbers determine by the Project ManagementTeam Monitoring & Controlling 15 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 16. What is Project Management Project Management Project Management is the application of Knowledge, Skills, Tools & Techniques to Project activities to meet the Project requirements. Scope Time Cost QualityManagement Management Management Management Project Success Project Integration Management Human Communication Risk Procurement ResourceManagement Management Management Management 16 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 17. What is Project ManagementTypical Project ConstraintsManaging a Project Typically includes:•Identifying Requirements•Addressing various needs, concerns, expectations•Balancing Project Triple Constraints Typical Project Constraints 17 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 18. PM Process Group• The project management process groups include initiating processes, planning processes, executing processes, monitoring and controlling processes, and closing processes.• Collectively, these five groups are required for any project, have clear internal dependencies, and must be performed in the same sequence on each project, independent of the application area or the specifics of the applied project life cycle. 18 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 19. PM Process Group• Project management process groups are not project phases. 19 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 20. Initiation • Define ScopeInitiation • Document ProjectPlanning Risk, Constraints & AssumptionExecution • Identify Stakeholders Closing • Develop Project Charter & 20 Obtain Approval © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 21. Planning • Define RequirementInitiation • Identify Project TeamPlanning • Identify Work deliverables (WBS)Execution • Approved Plan Closing • Kick-off Project 21 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 22. Execution • Execute Planned TaskInitiation • Start ProcurementPlanning • Manage Resource & TeamExecution • Manage Quality • Implement Approved Actions Closing & changes 22 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 23. Monitoring & Control • Measure ProjectInitiation PerformancePlanning • Manage ChangesExecution • Ensure Project Deliverables • Monitor Risk Closing 23 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 24. Closing • Obtain Project Final ClosureInitiation • Financial • Legal • AdministrativePlanning • Release ResourcesExecution • Document Lessons • Create & Archive Project Closing Records 24 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 25. What is Project ManagementMulti Project ManagementMulti Project Process Model will help inControlling, Monitoring & Executing the Project schedulestogether. 25 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 26. Best Practices @ work 26© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 27. Best Practices to make Project SuccessfulA successful Project Manager must simultaneouslymanage the four basic elements of a projectAll must be managed together if the project, and theproject manager, is to be a success.Resources: People, equipment, material etc.Time: Task durations, dependencies, critical path etc.Money: Costs, contingencies, profit etc.Scope: Project size, goals, requirements etc. 27 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 28. Best Practices to make Project Successful 28© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 29. Milestone to STAR PM 29© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 30. Useful Links & Communities helps PMhttp://www.pmi.org/Pages/default.aspxhttp://www.gantthead.com/http://projectmanagement.ittoolbox.com/http://community.clarizen.com/http://www.projecttimes.com/http://www.pmearth.com/http://www.theicpm.com/http://www.pmsolutions.com/www.pmi-agc.com 30 © 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 31. Office TimeLine  Create Stunning Timelines in 2 Minutes  Very Easy to Use  Built for PowerPoint 2007 & 2010  No Extra Stuff Needed to Share Timelines http://officetimeline.com/overview.aspx 31© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 32. 3 Key Messages• Learn PM Principles• Apply PM Practices• Share Knowledge 32© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.
  • 33. MS-Project Training 33© 2011 Savola Plastic Company, (Savola Group), The information contained herein is subject to change on SPD IT & SPD management discretion.

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