Project Management in Information Technology

CCRS Code: PM01020621

Unlike in the old days, the technology provides enormous opportunities to the companies. Within the global competition, the companies can benefit from the staff members that have skills and experience in IT project management.

 

We aim to present a methodology in this IT project management course, which can be used by IT project managers with the project team members. The participants will learn establishing the aim and the scope, project management office applications inside the company, resource, time, risk and change management strategies.

 

In addition to the methodological knowledge, the human resource interactions will be covered in detail. Examples will be given related to the communications, conflict, stress, motivation and leadership.

Content

  • Properties of IT Projects

  • Why Do Companies Make IT Investments?

  • IT Project Management Approaches

  • Success Factors at IT Projects

  • What Is A Project?

  • What Is Project Management?

  • Project Life Cycle Approaches

  • Human Factor In Project Management

  • Organizational Structures

  • Properties Of A Successful Project Manager  

  • Changes That We Have To Manage

  • Project Selection Methods

  • Weighting Score Model

  • Integration Management

  • Scope Management

  • Schedule Management

  • Cost Management

  • Quality Management

  • Resource Management

  • Communications Management

  • Risk Management

  • Procurement Management

  • Stakeholder Management

  • Initiating Processes

  • Planning Processes

  • Executing Processes

  • Monitoring and Controlling Processes

  • Closing Processes

Who Should Attend

All kinds of IT project stakeholders, any professional who wants to get a knowledge about IT Project Management, and people who chose IT Project Management as a profession and apply it may attend.

Benefits

  • Adapting the IT project management principles and techniques to participants actual IT projects

  • Developing usable, practical and multi-faceted IT project plans, mission analyses, critical path method, effort and cost forecasts, change control procedures, project status control, communication and documentation

  • Meetings for reasonable IT project plans in order to avoid arbitrarily chosen deadlines and budgets causing quality and motivation problems

  • Evaluating technical and non-technical IT project risks and their probabilities

  • Defining IT project delay reasons

  • Gathering sufficient actual project data with minimum effort, using data in controlling the IT projects and forecasting

  • Principles for efficient use of IT project management tools

3 Days (21 Hours) / Hours: 09:30-17:30

At the end of the training, a certificate is given.

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