Project Management can be defined as an organized and managed set of activities that result in the achievement of a unique and well-defined end-result, work product or deliverable. Resources are mobilized and deployed to perform the activities in a controlled fashion. A project, implicitly and by definition, has a start and an end. Therefore, a project differs from recurring operational activities that may be performed many times repeatedly in a typical corporate environment, such as a program. The Project Management KPA defines those characteristics of a project team that are essential to conducting successfully the initiatives that are needed to meet the goals of the ITAM program.
The Project Management Advanced Training Course is based on the information and practices contained in the IBPL Project Management Volume 5, which defines Project Management as an organized and managed set of activities that result in the achievement of a unique and well-defined work product result or deliverable, which are all completed through a controlled and well-planned process. Project Management can be defined as the discipline of organizing and managing resources in such a way that those resources deliver all the work required to complete a project within a defined scope, timeframe and cost constraints.
In this Advanced Training Course, students will learn the factors that separate a project from normally recurring operational activities, the importance of selecting an effective project team, how to choose those people and the specifics of how and why Project Management is such an integral part of ITAM.
Save up to 40% through IAITAM Membership! Use your personal promo code to receive instant discount on registration.