Project Management Description
If you are transitioning from technical responsibility to managerial responsibility, this course is your opportunity to learn the skills you’ll need to manage effectively. Your new managerial role will require a new set of skills and knowledge in which engineers and scientists are typically not trained –
Managerial processes and leadership skills.
The need for project management was driven by businesses that realized the benefits of organizing work around projects and the critical need to communicate and co-ordinate work across departments and professions. One of the first major uses of project management as we know it today was to manage the United States space programme.
What You Will Learn
- Defining the goals, objectives and critical success factors for the project.
- Everything that is needed to set-up the project before work can start.
- Detailed plans of how the work will be carried out including time, cost and resource estimates.
- Ensuring that a project stays on track and taking corrective action to ensure its completion.
- Formal acceptance of the deliverables and dis banding of all the elements that were required to run the project.
- Basics of Organizational Planning,
- Financial Statement Analysis,
- Valuation of Securities
- Financial Forecasting and Indian Financial System.
- Financial Projections,
- Project Execution,
- Market and Demand Analysis,
- Project Planning,
- Technical Analysis,
- Project Closure,
- Resource Allocation,
- Project Initiation
- Project Monitoring
- Monitoring of projects through various softwares.
- Business Process Documentation.
- Methodology for Erection testing & commissioning of Industrial Electrical