Construction Management And Supervising Multiple Projects Training

Category: Construction Management And Supervising Multiple Projects Training

Course Description

Organizations that are project driven are faced with the challenge of effective management of inter-dependant, varied priority, varied value, multi-players, shared-resources, short and long term, multiple-accountability, shared-authority, variable risk level and dynamic projects. Therefore, it is not enough to deliver single projects successfully. Leaders are focusing on the effectiveness of whole organizations, and the delivery of a web of changing and interacting projects to achieve the aims of their organizations. This call for a systematic approach for successful delivery of those projects: Management of Multiple Projects

Course Objective

As a result of this course, attendees will be able to: 

  • Explain Multiple Project Management specifics and how it differs from the Traditional Project Management. Identify the benefits their organization will gain from implementing Multiple Project Management techniques. Obtain a systematic approach for implementing Multiple Project Management techniques at their organization.
  • In addition, there will be a case study on implementing Enterprise Project Management at an organization

Course Outline

  • Projects and Operations
  • Current Trends
  • What Projects Exist Within an Organization
  • Why Projects Fail?
  • PM Key Concepts
  • Project Phases
  • Project Life Cycle
  • Project Management Processes
  • Purpose of initiating Projects
  • The Project Charter
  • Project Kick Off Meeting
  • Propose of Planning Projects
  • The Work Breakdown Structure
  • Develop the Project Plan
  • Develop the Resource Plan
  • Cost Estimating and Cost Budgeting
  • Establishing The Project Team
  • Communication Plan
  • Procurement Plan
  • Risk Management Plan
  • The Project Management Plan
  • Executing Projects
  • Purpose of Executing Projects
  • Scope Verification
  • Distributing Project Information
  • Project Team
  • Quality Assurance
  • Contract Administration
  • Purpose of Controlling Projects
  • Updating The Project Schedule
  • Performance Measurement Using Earned Value
  • Change Control
  • Purpose of Closing Projects
  • Identify Inputs and Outputs, Tools and Technique
  • HR Requirements
  • Functional, Matrix and Projectized Organization
  • Project Manager Roles
  • Project Manager Responsibilities
  • Project Manager Skills
  • Difference Between MPM and SPM
  • Criteria for selecting Projects in MPM Grouping
  • Benefits of MPM
  • Portfolio Management
  • Resource Management
  • Collaboration
  • Organization Wide Planning
  • Process Management
  • PMO Functions
  • PMO Positions
  • Keys To Successful PMO Deployment
  • EPMS Functions
  • Objectives of EPMS
  • Can EPMS Save On Project Spending?
  • Selecting An EPMS solution

Project Management Education

  • Areas of PM training
  • Who needs PM Training?
  • How to setup PM Training Program?
  • Level 1: Ad Hoc
  • Level 2: Consistent
  • Level 3: Integrated
  • Level 4: Comprehensive
  • Level 5: Optimizing
  • Creating MPM Database
  • Creating Project Templates
  • Create A New Project
  • Single Project Reporting
  • Multi- Project Reporting
  • Updating the Project Plan