This seminar is a complete introduction to the basic concepts, methodology and tools of Project Management.
The seminar starts out explaining the terminology of project management, and its fundamental concepts. It refers to the project team, their roles and responsibilities. It then focuses on the basic parameters of each project, namely scope, schedule, resources and cost. It also addresses issues of risk management and quality management of projects. Finally, it synthesises all the above in a basic project management methodology, focusing on planning, monitoring, change management, integration processes, etc.
The seminar is aimed both to those who want to form a clear picture of Project Management and those who already participate or manage projects - of any nature or size - and want to systematize or renew existing knowledge and experience.
At the end of the seminar you will:
Yiannis Vithynos NTUA, MSc. He has many years of experience in the management of complex telecommunication and IT projects in Greece and the Balkans. He is the founder of Critical Path Consulting & Training, a company dedicated to Project Management.
Yiannis is a Project Manager Professional (PMP)® and a PMI-ACP® from the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, he is a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner, certified as IPMA-D and is also the holder of Advanced Project Management Certification (APMC).
He was a member of the first elected Board of Directors of the Greek section of PMI and was a member of the organizing committee of the 1st Project Management Conference in Athens in November 2006. He is also a member of the IPMA (Greek IPMA Member Association) and project evaluator for IPMA Worldwide Excellence Award.
The seminar is implemented with the help of presentation, analytical notes, exercises, examples and case studies.
Complete notes as well as solved exercises, summary methodology, case studies, as well as examples of project management documents in electronic form ready for use are provided.>/p>
The duration of the seminar is 16 teaching hours.