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It's typical to believe that project management is limited to a small number of sectors or a small number of people in specialized fields of expertise. Although this may appear to be the case, most organizations and professions will require workers to complete assignments that are a regular part of their normal obligations. This implies that anyone, regardless of whether or not they are technically designated as a project manager, may benefit from mastering project management skills and methodologies.

As a matter of fact, many people who've never been involved in a project may be shocked to know how closely their everyday job mimics the structure and problems of project management. Because, after all, the majority of individuals are responsible for achieving particular tasks within a specified schedule and collaborating with others in order to accomplish a common objective. Precisely this is the purpose of project management.

Participants in this workshop should be familiar with the conceptual phase of a project's life cycle, which consists of goal formulation, vision statement drafting, and the development of a statement of work. This course will instruct you on the next three stages: planning, executing and concluding your project.

This workshop is offered to groups of 5 or more.

Workshop Duration: 1 day

Intermediate Project Management

Open Space Office

Workshop Objectives 

  • Determine the responsibilities and resources assigned to your project.

  • Utilize the Work Breakdown Structure to prioritize jobs.

  • Properly plan tasks.

  • Utilize fundamental project management tools.

  • Create a budget for the project.

  • Adjust the project's budget and timeline to meet its objectives.

  • Recognize and manage hazards.

  • Create a comprehensive project plan.

  • Conduct and conclude a project.

  • Create and manage a change management process.

Workshop Topics

  • What Work Should Be Done?

  • The Work Breakdown Structure

  • Scheduling Techniques Including Gantt Charts, PERT Diagrams, And Network Diagrams.

  • How to Budget Properly

  • Project Risk Assessment

  • Final Plan Preparation

  • Making Things Fit

  • Execution

  • Change Control

  • Projecting Closing


Workshop Outline

What Work Should Be Done?

This session shall identify and list all tasks and resources.

The Work Breakdown Structure

The Work Breakdown Structure is an important planning tool that project management organizations universally acknowledged. During this session, participants shall be taught what a Work Breakdown Structure is and how they can create one.

Scheduling Techniques

Participants will then be taught how they must schedule their tasks, including devising estimated times and considering other scheduling considerations. Several planning tools such as the Gantt chart, milestone chart, action planning worksheets, network diagrams, and flow charts will also be explored.

How to Budget Properly

Participants will be given a thorough overview of the different ways that they can budget themselves through a lecture. They will also be provided with the opportunity to apply this knowledge to a case study.

Project Risk Assessment

This session shall assist participants in recognizing risks as well as determining how to assess them.

Final Plan Preparation

All the previous planning covered will be culminated into forming a final preparation plan

Making Things Fit

Once all your documentation is prepared and you are ready to begin the actual process of starting your projects. Still, you find out that you either get a reduced time window or a budget reduction due to some unforeseen reason. This session shall you figure out what to do in such circumstances.


This session shall provide participants with additional information on how they can effectively execute their projects, including status meetings and common issues in management.

Change Control

Changes are an inevitable part of the overall project management process. This lecture will provide you with the knowledge you need to effectively incorporate change as a component of your plan.

Projecting Closing

This session shall teach you about how to handle the conclusion of a successful project.

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