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IT Project Management In Depth

A project management foundational program that equips you with the everyday skills required to be an IT project manager including initiating, planning, executing, communicating and leading an IT project.

Course Description

Who is a Project Manager?
A technology project manager is responsible for end-to-end planning, execution, management, and ownership of IT projects.

You should consider this course if...
– You have been involved with technology projects before as a business analyst and would like to transition into management.
– You have worked as a programmer or in business operations and want to take on more responsibility.
– You are a student pursuing a graduate or post-graduate degree (MBA/MA) with concentrations in management information systems, operations, or project planning.

Are there any course prerequisites?
No, there are no prerequisite courses required for enrollment. However, we strongly recommend you have familiarity with basic business operations of any related industry, general understanding of the software development life cycle, exposure to information technology, and good communication skills.

$200
Self paced learning ?

$550
Instructor lead online ?

  Learn with a hands on project
  Extensive post course support for creating a job oriented resume and interview preparation
  Free PM tools e-learning
  ITIL fundamentals included in course
  Practical details of being a software application development manager

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Course Curriculum

+1. Day in the life of a PM — 2 hours

– What is a PM’s role
– What skills are required to be a PM
– What is the background and essential traits of most PMs
– What does a typical day in a PM’s life look like
– What are the various stages of career progression
– How is a PM different from a BA
– What are some of the software tools required for PM

+2. Initiating a project — 2 hours

– Developing a project charter. We will use a mock project to do this. Entire course will then continue with this project
– Establishing stakeholders
– Creating a business case and ROI
– Typical approval processes in large organizations
– Prioritization techniques for projects
– Developing the high level project plan
– Buy vs. build decisions
– RFQ, RFI and the RFP process

+3. Planning & estimating project - part 1 — 3 hours

– Planning scope
– Planning SDLC methodology and requirements
– Planning human resources and infrastructure required
– Planning communications

+4. Planning & estimating project - part 2 — 3 hours

– Planning risk
– Estimating cost of human resource and infrastructure
– Working with procurements for vendor resources
– Various outsourcing engagement models
– Sample vendor contracts

+5. Project execution — 3 hours

– Detailed work breakdown structure and project plan
– Various types of communication
– Various types of risk during execution
– Resource loading
– Requirements and change management during execution

+6. Project monitoring and controlling — 3 hours

– Control management
– Control infrastructure availability
– Control adherence to methodology and process
– Control committed deliverables
– Team leadership

+7. Closing project and moving into BAU (business as usual) — 3 hours

– Closing documents
– How to manage production support
– How to manage enhancement requests

+8. Being an application development manager — 3 hours

– What are the responsibilities of an application development manager
– What are the different groups you interface with
– What are the steps required to put code into production
– What are the recurring activities like ITSM or IT risk that you will be involved with
– Various types of application development best practices in typical large organizations (like peer review, static and dynamic code scans, use of tools, version control, disaster recovery events etc.)

+9. Management reporting — 2 hours

– Weekly score cards with RAG ratings
– Quarterly updates
– Project prioritization spreadsheets
– Budget forecasts and reforecasts

+10. Overview of tools used —4 hours

– MS Project
– PPM software (e.g. Clarity or HP PPM)
– Production support tools like JIRA
– Issue and enhancement tracking tools like Alacrity

+11. Resume feedback and mock interviews — 2 hours

– Resume feedback and mock interviews
Total Time: 30 hours

Course Reviews

Travis Wolfe

It was during my transition from an I.T infrastructure professional to a project manager that I decided to try out Kuebiko’s project management course. The trainer did a great job in teaching us the core concepts and what it takes to thrive as a project manager. One of the best 40 hours I have invested in.

Travis Wolfe – Network Administrator and project manager – Freelance

James Curtis

After a long time training has energized me instead of tiring me. Thank you for the extremely productive weekend that gave me a practical Agile overview.

James Curtis – Project Manager

COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS

Free if you purchase the course

$6.99 for Kindle
$9.99 for Paperback on Amazon

RESUME PACK FOR PROJECT MANAGER

$4.99

$49.99