Scope, Schedule and Cost Management
The training introduces participants to the world of managing 3 main project constraints, i.e. scope, time and costs. The first one – scope – results from approval of project requirements and is included in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). WBS is the basis for defining project activities and creation of a schedule, i.e. management of the second constraint – time. Budget – the result of managing the third constraint – is drawn up as a result of estimation of the cost of resources necessary to implement activities defined in the schedule.
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|Duration||2 days (16 hours)|
|Number of PDUs in the PMI® competence triangle|
|Strategic and Business Managment||4|
|Technical Project Management||10|
- discussing project requirements: how to define and translate them into project scope,
- presentation of ways to create a division of labor (WBS),
- presentation of methods for creating and managing the schedule and efficient estimation of costs and budgeting,
- learning tools for measuring project status,
- acquire the skills needed to manage the change.
- Know the tools and skills you can apply to each project, regardless of the methodology or approach you use,
- You will appreciate the role of a thorough analysis of the initial situation, which will help you plan your work accordingly,
- You will be able to maintain a balance of "triangles of limitations", by effectively managing change in the project,
- You will learn to analyze and report progress through the scope, schedule and budget,
- As a result, you will realize more projects successfully and increase their profitability.
- project managers,
- members of project teams,
- executives involved in projects,
- those interested in upgrading their competence in project management,
- candidates for PMP® and CAPM® certifications,
- people with lesser project experience who want to learn the basics of project management.
- Project scope management,
- Project requirements defining process,
- Planning project scope on the basis of customer’s requirements,
- Project scope statement,
- Building a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS),
- Role of WBS in project planning and control,
- Techniques of time and cost estimates,
- Developing project schedules,
- Network diagrams, Gantt and milestone charts,
- Critical Path Method,
- Technique of budgeting of the project and its individual stages,
- Developing project baseline plans,
- Predicting the course of the project with the use of historical data,
- Advanced project control with the use of Earned Value method,
- Change management process,
- Deviations management in cost estimate and schedule,
- Closing the project in the context of scope, schedule and costs.