Management of small projects
Preparing and leading
This course is for anyone wishing to acquire the knowledge and basic practices of constructing and leading a project in order to understand the dynamics of the processes that determine good project management and to explore the errors to avoid during both preparation and execution.
The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:
- Lectures and examples
- Individual exercises and case studies
This course covers all the techniques used to effectively manage a project.
It is resolutely practical, with a complete case study that is part of a role play between different layers of project management, including a practical application with a project management tool.
The operating modes of the software as well as the settings used in the course are provided to learners so that they can then use them in their working environment.
The course approach is derived from the Postgrad Highware in Project Engineering, the IPMA certified course.
Course level: Basic
The course is for those closely involved in the management of an important small or sub-project.
Experience in project management would be beneficial.
Project Engineer, consultant to project managers in support of project organizations, and Highware International trainer.
Polytechnician, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author of Crossknowledge modules on project management, and Highware International advisor
- The concept of the project
- Project management and project contracting
- Rigor of a contractual framework
- Characterization of the project
- Defining the key roles of a project
- The two aspects of project management: preparation and management of the process
- Three keys to success
- Approval on the definition of the deliverable
- Exhaustive and realistic preparation
- Real stakeholder engagement
- Preparation of the project in five steps
- Inventory and sequence of activities
- Grouping of activities
- Assigning roles (role matrix)
- Cost estimate (estimate matrix)
- Evaluation of the duration and completion of the schedule
- Project launch
- Consistency between the different supporting studies
- The commitment decision
- The progress/execution of the project
- Resource management: allocated, shared, external
- Periodic progress review, implications for completion date, use of project management software dashboards
- Project leading: exploitation of data from different dashboards, decision support, action plans for the immediate future
- Management by project
- Management constraints in multi-project environments
EVALUATION OF THE COURSE AT DIFFERENT LEVELS
The course is subject to an evaluation process
on two levels (Kirkpatrick model);
The so-called level I standard evaluation is on a standard form that allows trainees to express their feelings at the time.
For intra-company tools, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III evaluation, where specific implementation by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group.
Scheduled in French :
TOULOUSE: MPC 005.1: 17 to 19 May 2022
PARIS: MPC 005.2: 4 to 6 October 2022
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,650 excluding tax (20% VAT)