Project Management for Team Members

Course#: BSPM2012

About this Course

Course Type Course Code Duration
Project Management BSPM2012 2 Days

Project team members contribute to the success of a project by applying their knowledge, skill, and experience to completing project activities. In order for the team members to maximize their

contribution, they must have a basic understanding of the project management process and various tools and techniques. This two-day workshop provides participants with a thorough working knowledge of project management, so they can better understand their roles and responsibilities. The workshop enhances the ability of team members to assist the project manager in the planning and executing of projects. The information provided can be immediately applied to any group project in any industry or organization.

Why Attend this Course?

What Makes this Course Stand Apart?

The course is supplemented by hands-on labs that help attendees reinforce their theoretical knowledge of the learned material.

What you will Learn?


Team members wanting to understand basic project management skills and concepts.


Course Outline

Introduction Workshop Logistics Workshop Materials Workshop Objectives PMBOK Guide

Project Management Concepts

The characteristics of a project Project management process Project success and failure

Critical success factors and components

The effective projec t team member —

skills and characteristics Roles and responsibilities

The time, cost, and scope target

The People Side of Project


Understanding people The use of style models Flexing your style

Understanding differences Communication

Initiating the Project

Project Initiation Defining the Need

Demonstrating Need and Feasibility Identify Stakeholders

Project Charter, Purpose Triangle Flexibility

Planning the Project

Why do you plan?

The components of the plan Introduction to the case study The control plans

The functions of a good project


Scope definition

Decomposition Using a Work

Breakdown Structure

Defining the work to be done

Creating the WBS —

demonstration of technique

WBS work packages and activity


Methods of subdivision Uses of the WBS

Estimating Estimating accuracy

Estimating concepts and methods Activity based estimating

Cost estimating and budgeting

Sequencing and Scheduling

Scheduling concepts and


Network diagrams Critical path

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