Jakarta | 27th-28th April 2009 | 2.000.000,-
Most people are involved with projects and often business relies on the individual’s ability to manage different projects, often simultaneously. Unfortunately few people have been trained in project management techniques and many projects fail to reach a satisfactory conclusion, many are late and over budget.
This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to enable them to manage projects successfully. The training will cover both the techniques (planning, handling risk) and the implementation necessary for a successful outcome.
- Be able to establish the project definition, objectives nad specification
- Be able to see the importance of a structure for project and the essential steps to successful planning
- Work with the essential dimensions of leading a project team
- Understand the proejct leader’s role in the organization and appreciate the roles of all those involved in the project
- Identify potential problems and avoid them usiong troubleshooting techniques
- Track project more effectively.
Who Should Attend
- Individuals from nontechnical fields who are new to project management, as well as those looking for formal project management training.
- Research and development managers, engineering managers (across all specialties), scientists and principal investigators (from all biological and physical disciplines), project engineers, facility and industrial engineers, plant managers and anyone who administers technical projects.
- Two days – 16 hours.
1. Introduction / Background
- Workshop Objectives
- Expectation of Participants.
2. What is Project Management
- What is a Project
- Nine Project Management Knowledge Areas.
3. The Project Management Cycle
4. Selecting and Initiating the Project
- How Projects Come to Be
- Sacred Cows and Pressing Needs
- First Selection Criterion
- Selection Tools.
5. Chartering the Project
- The Project Charter
- Why Have a Project Charter?
- Project Charter Componenets
- Writing SMART Objectives
- Project Assumption.
6. Defining the Project
- Project Stakeholders
- Defining Scope.
7. Planning the Project
- Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)
- Phase-based WBS
- Component-based WBS
- Work Packages
- Communication Made Simple.
8. Scheduling the Project
- Network Diagrams and Critical Path Analysis.
9. Implementation Project Execution and Control
- Some Simple Tools.
10. Project Closing
- Stakeholders Report/Celebration.
11. Continuous Improvement
Project Management Maturity Model (PMMM
Rewards of PMMM.
12. What Next
Personal Action Plan.
Sahala P. Sinurat .
He accomplished, after getting a scholarship from Overseas Fellowship Program (World Bank), his master degree in Operations Research from University of Delaware, Newark (US) in 1990.
With a proven record of teaching, training and consulting experiences and exposure to different cultures behind him, he held several positions at various organizations that include:
- A researcher for the National Institute for Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)
- Professional Staff to Lembaga PPM (a well-known management institute in Indonesia), specialized in human resources management and development, operations/production management, quantitative analysis; lecturer at post graduate of Lembaga PPM. He has about 4000 hours of teaching to big, medium and small companies, local as well as multinational companies.
- Training and Development Manager for Rothmans of Pall Mall Indonesia, producer of white cigarette such as Dunhill, Kansas, White Horses, etc. His final project with the company was to lead assessment and selection process for merger purposes between British American Tobacco – Rothmans of Pall Mall Indonesia).