What are the roots causes of project problems and failure? Projects that suffer from a lack of a proper project management feasibility study generally overlook, or significantly underestimate, key success factors such as:
Poor project feasibility is mitigated by ensuring that the stakeholders’ expectations for the project are reasonable. One mitigating action is to follow a proven project methodology that includes a project management feasibility study, identification of solution alternatives, and running cost/benefit/risk assessment on each. Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course will build new competencies and skills to complete an extensive, realistic, project case study.
In this course, you will be introduced to the core knowledge required around project management skills and key initiatives for requirements analysis, risk management, quality assurance, financial management, cost benefit analysis, capital planning and investment assessment, contracting and procurement, planning and evaluating skills, business process reengineering.
At the conclusion of the course, you will provide a closing presentation to the project sponsor that includes a thorough review of the results, lessons learned, and recommendations for improvements.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The course consists of 24 hours of instruction taught in a three-day program, including lecture and hands-on exercises.
All Participants will get: