Effective Project Management
- 18 – 20 January 2023
- 21 – 23 June 2023
- 04 – 06 December 2023
Jakarta : Swiss-Belinn Simatupang
Project management has its own set of skills and techniques without which projects will fail. This program gives participants the skills needed to define, plan, monitor and successfully complete projects while meeting the objectives of the business. Case study workshops reinforce the theory sessions, enabling the participants to return to the workplace capable of using the skills learned to successfully handle challenges of managing a typical project.
This workshop is designed to provide practical, results-oriented skills needed to complete projects on time, within budget, at the desired scope and quality levels.
In this program, participants will learn how to run a project according to the standards published in the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PM-BOK).
- Concept of effective project management
- Project life cycles
- The laws of project management
- Project Management tools
- Major challenges in project management
- Selecting projects
- Initiating projects
- Project planning and scheduling
- Estimation costs of projects
- Managing project quality
- Project risk management
- Managing project procurement
- Project progress control
- How to close-out projects
A proper mix of short lectures, Q&A, sharing, discussions, individual & group exercises and case studies.
- Project Managers / Engineers / Officers
- All Managers and Senior Officers who are involved in managing projects
- Contracts Administration Managers / Officers
- Those who are groomed for above positions
- Rp 7.000.000,- per person
- Excluding VAT
- Including a certificate, refreshments, lunch, stationery and writing instruments
Project Change Control System
The Change Control process is fundamental to the successful delivery of the project.
The Change Control process ensures that each change introduced to the project environment is appropriately defined, evaluated and approved prior to implementation.
Change Control will be introduced to the project, through the implementation of five key processes for:
- submission and receipt of change requests
- review and logging of change requests
- determination of the feasibility of change requests
- approval of change requests
- implementation and closure of change requests