Project Management (PM)



Project Management (PM)

- Effectively building up competence on project management to cope with challenges at work

Project management has become a generic competence in business management. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while honoring the preconceived project constraints. The second challenge is to optimize the allocation and integration of inputs necessary to meet pre-defined objectives. Through Talent Professional's workshop on project management clients are able to build up competence on project management to cope with these challenges at work.


Objectives of Project Management:

  • An understanding of the five Project management knowledge areas, key Project management definitions, concepts and terms

  • An understanding of the importance of determining project activities and breaking them down to the smallest components, along with an understanding of how to manage the project schedule

  • An understanding of risk analysis and when it is appropriate to use each type of analysis

  • Enhance ability to manage conflicts in the project team and among stakeholders, along with resolution of common communication issues


Sample Outlines of Project Management:

  1. Overview of Project Management

    • Key project management definitions, concepts and processes
  2. Project Integration Management

    • The processes and activities required to ident ify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities with the project management process groups are discussed.
  3. Project Time Management

    • The importance of determining project activities and breaking them down to the smallest components, as well as how to manage the project schedule.
  4. Project Risk Management

    • The progression of risk from identification to analysis to response is covered, in addition to the importance of developing and maintaining a risk-management plan and a risk-response plan.
  5. Project Communications Management

    • How to identify all the people or organizations impacted by the project and how to make use of various communication media and to create effective strategies to manage stakeholders.
  6. Project Human Resource Management

    • The stages of team development are covered, along with the methods used to guide teams through the various stages.
  7. Project Cost Management

    • Ways of estimating and budgeting costs are discussed, as well as effective monitoring and control of project costs.

Remarks: Program objectives and outlines are for reference only; programs would be tailor-made with clients' specific requirements.