The Project Framework
Topic: Project Management
Before launching into your project, you need to take an in-depth look at what and who is involved, so that the company invests fully in the project.
The challenge lies in the fact that many factors drive companies to launch projects as quickly as possible, with catastrophic results if enough time wasn't taken to think out the framework.
Part A Learning objectives:
Using practical project examples to demonstrate how to identify your day-to-day difficulties and find ways to deal with them effectively. Create the project charter by using effective tools, videos and interactive activities to help you ask the right questions:
- Start identifying the project kick-off drivers and constraints.
- How to define the content of the project charter.
- To differentiate project stakes and objectives.
Part B Learning objectives:
Using project examples to show the different types of task involved in a project. Is there a practical tool to allocate these tasks to the right contributors?
- How to construct a project task map.
- What is a task allocation diagram.
- How to identify different types of change and managing them appropriately.
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- Successfully approach the first key phase of a project - the project framework. You will be able to come up with a list of appropriate questions to ask at the kick-off phase and will be able to write the project’s founding document—the project charter.
- Upon completion of Part B, you will be able to construct a task map to set out all the activities associated with your project. You would be able to use a tool to allocate tasks to different project contributors. Lastly, you will be able to manage key project changes.