Why Students Need a Project Management Course<br />
Once it was enough to give the computer program graduates the required technical skills. <br />
For graduates to be successful in the 21st Century, it is essential to give them the knowledge and skills they need to fac...
But the successful graduate can expect to serve in more and more responsible positions as they progress in their careers.<...
Many of the responsible positions will involve projects and, with time, our graduates may well be involved in more and mor...
Infosys Technologies<br />Google India<br />Tata Consultancy Services<br />IBM<br />Microsoft India <br />Wipro<br />State...
62 % of organizations experienced IT projects that failed to meet their schedules<br />49% budget overruns<br />47%  highe...
Oxford University Regarding IT Project Success(Source: Saur & Cuthbert son, 2003)<br />Successful: 16%<br />Challenged: 74...
49% suffered from budget overruns
47% had higher-than-expected maintenance costs
41% failed to deliver the expected business value and ROI
33% file to perform against expectations</li></li></ul><li>Software Project Failure Costs Billions..<br />Source: Standish...
Source: Standish Chaos Reports<br />
200K<br />1998<br />300K<br />2001<br />500K<br />2002<br />??<br />2011<br />More & more IT projects are starting each ye...
WE ARE IN NEED OF APPROX 5,00,000 PROJECT MANAGERS IN NEXT 5 YEARS<br />INDIA HAS 450 PM COMPARED TO CHINA’S 6000 PM(Infra...
Project Management Exciting career opportunities<br />Today, PM is a Profession….Has international associations (US,UK,AUS...
To that end, we would be remiss not to consider Project Management as a part of our computer curriculum. <br />
PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENTFORI.T<br />
PMI and the PMBOK<br />www.pmi.org<br />PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project m...
There are alternatives to PMI<br />Numbers from Craig Brown (Sept 2007)<br />
An R.E.P. is an organization approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for its training courses.<br />
SO WHATS THE POINT ?<br />IT/Management Graduate need<br /> professional project management knowledge<br />
WHY SHOULD YOU DO IT<br />Marketability<br />As PM skills are in great demand as it <br />indispensable for business resul...
Source: www.suth.com/information technology<br />
PM LEVEL 1(2-4years)- Rs 9.8 lac<br />PM LEVEL 2(4-12 years)-12.0 lac<br />PM LEVEL 3( 8+Years) -14.85 lac<br />Source: PM...
Project Team member<br />Project Team lead<br />Project support<br />       -Coordinator<br />       -Analyst<br />       ...
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  1. 1. Why Students Need a Project Management Course<br />
  2. 2. Once it was enough to give the computer program graduates the required technical skills. <br />
  3. 3. For graduates to be successful in the 21st Century, it is essential to give them the knowledge and skills they need to face the challengesof the century.<br />
  4. 4. But the successful graduate can expect to serve in more and more responsible positions as they progress in their careers.<br />
  5. 5. Many of the responsible positions will involve projects and, with time, our graduates may well be involved in more and more complicated projects, possibly becoming a project manager. <br />
  6. 6. Infosys Technologies<br />Google India<br />Tata Consultancy Services<br />IBM<br />Microsoft India <br />Wipro<br />State Bank of India <br />Bharti Airtel <br />HP India <br />HDFC Bank<br />TOP TEN COMPANIES IN INDIA<br />
  7. 7. 62 % of organizations experienced IT projects that failed to meet their schedules<br />49% budget overruns<br />47%  higher-than-expected maintenance costs<br />41%  failed to deliver expected business value and ROI<br />25%+ of all software and services projects are canceled before completion<br />up to 80 percent of budgets are consumed fixing self-inflicted problems<br />Two Reasons Why IT Projects Fail Reports:<br />
  8. 8. Oxford University Regarding IT Project Success(Source: Saur & Cuthbert son, 2003)<br />Successful: 16%<br />Challenged: 74%<br />Abandoned: 10%<br />Tata Consultancy 2007<br /><ul><li>62% of organizations experienced IT projects that failed to meet their schedules
  9. 9. 49% suffered from budget overruns
  10. 10. 47% had higher-than-expected maintenance costs
  11. 11. 41% failed to deliver the expected business value and ROI
  12. 12. 33% file to perform against expectations</li></li></ul><li>Software Project Failure Costs Billions..<br />Source: Standish Chaos Reports<br />
  13. 13. Source: Standish Chaos Reports<br />
  14. 14. 200K<br />1998<br />300K<br />2001<br />500K<br />2002<br />??<br />2011<br />More & more IT projects are starting each year<br />
  15. 15. WE ARE IN NEED OF APPROX 5,00,000 PROJECT MANAGERS IN NEXT 5 YEARS<br />INDIA HAS 450 PM COMPARED TO CHINA’S 6000 PM(Infrastructure sector)<br />Conservative estimate<br />Private sector needs 10,000 PM in next 2 years<br />Public sector needs 15,000 PM in next 2 years<br />BIG PROBLEM<br />
  16. 16. Project Management Exciting career opportunities<br />Today, PM is a Profession….Has international associations (US,UK,AUS…)<br />More than 75% IT executives admitted that lack of project management skills was a major issue for them-Meta Group.<br />BPO & KPO Sectors<br /> From current head count of 7,00,000 to go up to 10,00,000 by 2012<br />(PM Head count could be 5% of employees based on current data)<br />IT Sector<br />Employs 1.3 million which is expected to increase by 3,00,000 every year for next 3 years and to grow @ 25% annually<br />(PM Head count will be 10% of employees i.e1,00,000 employees<br />
  17. 17. To that end, we would be remiss not to consider Project Management as a part of our computer curriculum. <br />
  18. 18. PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENTFORI.T<br />
  19. 19. PMI and the PMBOK<br />www.pmi.org<br />PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than half a million members and credential holders in 185 countries<br />
  20. 20. There are alternatives to PMI<br />Numbers from Craig Brown (Sept 2007)<br />
  21. 21. An R.E.P. is an organization approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for its training courses.<br />
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  23. 23. SO WHATS THE POINT ?<br />IT/Management Graduate need<br /> professional project management knowledge<br />
  24. 24. WHY SHOULD YOU DO IT<br />Marketability<br />As PM skills are in great demand as it <br />indispensable for business results<br />Applicability<br />Across industries and functions<br />
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  26. 26. Source: www.suth.com/information technology<br />
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  29. 29. PM LEVEL 1(2-4years)- Rs 9.8 lac<br />PM LEVEL 2(4-12 years)-12.0 lac<br />PM LEVEL 3( 8+Years) -14.85 lac<br />Source: PMI Salary survey, India 2007<br />EARN A GOOD SALARY<br />
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  31. 31. Project Team member<br />Project Team lead<br />Project support<br /> -Coordinator<br /> -Analyst<br /> -Planner and Scheduler<br /> -Project control<br /><ul><li>Project manager
  32. 32. Sr.Project manager
  33. 33. Beyond Project manager</li></ul> -Program Manager<br /> -Enterprise Project manager<br /> -Project Management office(PMO)Head<br />PROJECT MANAGEMENT CAREER LADDER<br />
  34. 34. Do a professional course or<br />Do a Professional certification course and<br />Do an international certification and expand your level of <br />expertise<br /> -Certified associate in PM(CAPM)<br />Graduate+ 25hours of formal training<br /> -Project management professional(PMP)<br />Graduate+3years exp+35 hours of formal <br /> training<br />Preparing for a PM Career<br />
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  36. 36. ANY QUESTIONS ???????<br />THANK YOU<br />

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