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Project Management for Non-Project Managers -Managing and Controlling the Project - Webinar

  • ID: 4600427
  • Webinar
  • October 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • NetZealous
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Successful projects require continued care and management to ensure that the project follows the plans correctly and, as a result, leads to the desired results. When unexpected situations occur, you must react promptly to adjust your efforts and keep your project on track.

This tracking, occurring, and managing process occurs during Stage 4 -Monitoring and Controlling.

Project control entails the activities you perform throughout your project to ensure that your project proceeds according to plan and produces the desired results and includes reconfirming the plan, assessing performance, taking corrective action, and keeping people informed.

This webinar will address this process in detail.

Why should you Attend: This webinar is the seventh in a series of webinars that detail all of the critical aspects of project management. The contents of each webinar in this series are designed to mirror the key sections of the PMP exam.

The subject of this webinar is managing and controlling the project. Great plans and great teams don't necessarily guarantee project success -good project management that carefully tracks project progress and maintains control can only guarantee success. Successful projects require constant care and maintenance to assure that plans are achieved. When unexpected situations occur it is up to the project manager to properly react to the situation and keep the project on track.

Areas Covered in the Session:

Define the project control steps
Explain how to collect and analyze project information -schedule, cost, and labor performance
Explain how project changes are executed
Define the communication process
What is the form and content of project reports?
Explain the activities that are performed when closing a project
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