2 Day's Workshop on Project Management

Introduction:

A Project is an activity to meet the creation of a unique product or service. 
Project Management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time.
As our final year student's are having Project Management as a University Assessment subject and also have to accomplish 3 different project, we organize this 2 days workshop on 5th & 6th May 2018 where they have cleared all the theoretical and calculative concepts of Project and Project Management.

Guest Speaker:


Mr. Jitendra Bhide is an Chief Operation Officer at Shrinivas Induction, Belgum. He is a professional trainer of finance related projects. Previously he was in teaching field, dealing with the subjects of Finance Specialization.

About 1st Day Session:

On the 1st day of workshop he initially gave brief introduction about the project and project management. He also explained need and importance of learning this subject i.e Project Management. After this introductory session, he has covered following topics:
  • Steps of Project Management
  • Project Networking
  • AON & AOA Techniques
  • PERT
  • CPM
  • Network Analysis and
  • Project Optimization


About 2nd Day Session:

After the completion of practice of Network Analysis models, at the start of 2nd day session, Mr. Bhide has taken one small surprise test. After that he had started further topics like:
  • Gantt Chart
  • S-Curve
  • Crashing
  • Minimization and
  • Capital Budgeting



Finally the session ended with the vote of thanks given by Ms. Madhuri Limbukar (MMS IInd year Student).

Comments

  1. This course covers how a risk management certification course Measure and Monitors market. This is a financial risk management course designed for working professionals

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    1. Tag: PM236A53. Let me share all of you about #5 Tips for Project Management Success,, I hope you enjoy it

      1. Plan your day using time management techniques

      As a project manager, time management skills are essential because you are dealing with a wide range of tasks that demand a quick turnaround time. Planning your day will go a long way in keeping you organized and increasing your productivity. Assist your task planning by using project management software which helps you track the work of you and your team.

      If you are not very tech savvy, a simple to-do list can also be a great organizational tool. Prioritize your most important tasks by putting them at the top of the list and less important ones at the bottom. Having a visual plan of your daily tasks helps to keep you on track and aware of time.

      Related post: Free ebook 104 secrets to become a great project manager

      2. Include stakeholders in important project conversations

      While you will have plenty of responsibilities regarding the project, don’t neglect your clients.

      Good communication is essential is keeping both parties informed of project progression, curtailing scope creep, and apprised of changing requirements. Some clients may have different expectations when it comes to communication, so make sure to establish the frequency and type of communication (like emails, phone calls, and face-to-face conversations) at the beginning of your project.

      Establishing communication expectations early helps alleviate stakeholder uncertainty about communication frequency and delivery.

      3. Regularly communicate with your team

      Daily team communication helps keep misunderstandings and unclear requirements under control. Keeping your team informed in every step of the project is essential to project management success.

      For example, a study published by Procedia Technology found that good communication skills were the cornerstone of project management. The study examined over 300 “construction project managers, architects, construction managers, engineers and quantity surveyors” and their successes and failures on various construction projects.

      4. Anticipate project setbacks

      Even the best-laid plans often go awry.

      Remember that even with a high amount of planning and attention to detail, your project may still encounter some challenges. Pay attention to complaints from stakeholders or colleagues, and other warning signs, like a missed deadline or cost overrun, that there may be a problem.

      Preventing a crisis will keep your project running smoothly, save you a lot of time, and keep you, your team, and your stakeholders confident in progressing with the project.

      Unfortunately not every complication can be avoided. Crisis management skills are essential for dealing with the unexpected. Project managers need to be flexible and pragmatic. Improvise and make sharp decisions when needed.

      Related post: 92 free project management templates

      5. Stay focused on the details

      A common problem project managers encounter is having the project aims not aligned with the organization’s objectives. A great project manager will strategize a plan for the project to lead back to the overall success of the business.

      Know your project’s scope by heart and avoid wandering outside of the project’s requirements. It’s too easy to get lost in minor details and forget what your focus is, so a well-planned project scope is essential for success.

      And final, you should use KPI to measure effectiveness of the project, here are full list: 76 project management KPIs

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