Information Technology Skills Virtual Event
Best Practices: Project Management - 4 CPEs
Biweekly on Monday's in 2021
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This training event gets the attendee ready to meet the challenges of a high-tech, global marketplace to lead small projects and create successes for organizations.
Build a solid base of project management knowledge, best practices, techniques, and tools in this 4 hour CPE event that covers the entire project life cycle. The key to success for your COSO 2013 implementation project to have effective project management.
The use of project management skills is needed by internal control specialists, accountants, auditors, information technology professionals, project leaders and managers. In this CPE seminar, you will review the critical practices and techniques that have been proven necessary for project management success.
While aligned with the Project Management Institute's (PMI) framework, this seminar is specifically designed to focus on the needs of the new project leader. The attendee will acquire the knowledge on how to get projects started and how to be successful as a project leader.
The retail cost of the virtual 8 CPE event is $240.00 for the first attendee from a single organization. Discounts are available for more than one attendee from each organization: (2) $455.00 (3) $650.00 (4) $815.00 (5) $1,020.00.
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Each attendee will receive 4 CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.
Program Level of Understanding: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing, Business Management & Organization, Information Technology
CPE Credits: 4, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour
Virtual Best Practices: Project Management Events
Future In-person Best Practices: Project Management Events
In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we will start providing all our events using a distant learning approach.
In some cities we have local instructors and are providing limited events on a request basis. If you have two or three professionals who would like in person instruction please contact us.
Refer to our Seminar Cities Index for a list of our seminar locations. The individual city
pages provide a listing of topics being presented. Our Seminar Cities by Week provides a
guide to the locations during a calendar week.
Benefits of Attending
- Ensure projects are managed for success from the initiation
- Learn the basics for effectively data gathering and documenting project deliverables
- Understand the role of the project manager, project leader, business analyst, and others in managing projects
- Development of project plans that include realistic scope, schedules, budgets, and risks
- Learn how to effectively track and communicate the project's execution
- Move from being consciously incompetent to being consciously competent in project leadership
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- The Art of Project Management
- The Importance of Project Life-Cycle
- Best Practices for Planning and Estimating
- Project Deliverables
- Project Risk Management
- Project Internal Controls
- Change Management in an Organization
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- Attendees will be able to initiate a Project
- Attendees will be able to address the basics of project planning
- Attendees will be able to execute a project
- Attendees will be able to monitor and control a project
- Attendees will be able to close out a project
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Key Issues on the Agenda
Section 1 - Introduction and Background
- Instructor's Perspective
- Is "It" a Project
- What is Project Management and Leadership?
- Skills Needed
- Organizational Structures
- Project Life Cycle
- Project Management Knowledge Areas
Section 2 - Project Charter
- Project Charter Inputs
- Project Concept Approval
- Project Charter Development
- Project Charter Formalization
Section 3 - Project Scoping
- Project Management Plan
- Scope Planning
- Scope Definition
- Project Scope Statement
Section 4 - Task Design and Planning
- Work Breakdown Structures
- Communicating the Project Plan
- Quality Control Points
Section 5 - Project Risk Assessment
- Risk Management - Quality Control
- Identifying Inherent Risks
- Internal Controls to Mitigate Project Risks
- Risk Response Planning
Section 6 - Resource Estimates and Planning
- Purchases and Acquisitions
- Human Resource Planning
- Task Activity Definition
- Task Activity Sequencing
Section 7 - Project Scheduling and Budgeting
- Task Activity Resource Estimating
- Project Scheduling
- Cost Estimating
Section 8 - Project Team
- Mapping the Plan to the Team
- Acquiring Resources
- Developing Resources
- Distrituing Project Information
Section 9 - Project Performance
- Requests for Proposals
- Finding Vendors
- Developing Evaluation Criteria
- Selecting Vendors
- Quality Assurance Procedures
- Monitoring and Reporting
- Project Administration
- Managing the Project Team
- Managing Stakeholders
- Preformance Measurements
Section 10 - Change Management
- Integrated Change Control
- Managing Costs
- Managing the Schedule
- Managing the Risks
- Controling Scope Changes
Section 11 - Closing Out the Project
- Utilizing Quality Controls
- Verifying the Project Scope
- Project Closeout
- Contract Closing
- Releasing Resources
Section 12 - Going Forward
- Ensuring Integrity
- Knowledge Management
- Stakeholders' Interests
- Roadmap to Successful Projects
- Dave's Lessons Learned
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