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Project Management from Principles to Action

Developing Core Competencies for Project Success from Start to Finish

Project Management from Principles to Action

Developing Core Competencies for Project Success from Start to Finish

Code Date Venue Fees
PM051 01 - 05 Oct 2017 Doha - Qatar $4,500 Register

Project Management Institute (PMI)® has reviewed and approved GLOMACS as a Global Provider of project management training. This is a PMI Approved/Registered seminar and hence attendance to this seminar will enable those credentialed with PMI to receive applicable PDUs upon updating their status with PMI.

Introduction

This course has been specifically designed to develop the core competencies related to project management for participants by providing them with the knowledge, skills and understanding of a mix of competencies required to be able to move a project through the various life cycle phases of concept, development, implementation and close-out. i.e., project management competencies that would be required for the full spectrum of the project from start to finish. While an experienced project manager may personally bring several of these core competencies to the project, the project team as a whole, should possess most, if not all, of the competencies presented.

On the course you will learn to understand project management competency development framework, project management knowledge and core performance competencies and personal competency of the project manager when leading and managing the project in terms of attitudes, personality characteristics to achieve the project objectives and effectively and efficiently managing the project constraints and stakeholders. This course is an essential development for anyone who is working in project management or interested in the profession of project management. It is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide – Fifth Edition and the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Role Delineation Study by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and current literature in project management.

This course will feature:

  • Objective of Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)
  • Definition of Core Competencies in Project Management
  • Design and Structure of the PMCD Framework
  • Project Management Knowledge Core Competencies
  • Project Management Performance Core Competencies
  • Project Management Personal Core Competencies
  • Project Management Interpersonal Skills Core Competencies
  • Project Manager Competency Development

Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define the key dimensions of project management competence and the competencies most likely to impact project manager performance
  • Understand the relationship between project management competencies and project success
  • Identify project management knowledge and performance competencies and performance criteria assessments
  • Identify project management personal competencies and performance criteria assessments
  • Identify project management interpersonal skills competencies and perform criteria assessments
  • Develop and apply methodology for achieving competence as a project manager with core competencies for project success throughout the project life cycle
  • Apply development, coaching, mentoring and feedback techniques to increase optimum project management performance

Training Methodology

This course will utilise a variety of proven highly interactive adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes facilitated group and individual exercises, case studies, role-play, and videos. The instructor will also facilitate learning by encouraging the delegates to test and critically appraise any theories and concepts on the course.

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit the following individuals whose role involved interfacing with project management discipline in any industry:

  • Project/Program/Portfolio Managers
  • New & Experienced Supervisors
  • Team Leaders & Line Managers
  • Projects & Process Engineers & Managers
  • Senior Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Project Management Office (PMO) staff
  • Finance Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Project Controls Managers
  • QA/QC Managers
  • Project Management Professionals

SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)

Successful execution of all types of projects of increasing diversity and complexity in a wide variety of industries requires project management competencies which are most likely to impact the project success.

Key factors:

  • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide – Fifth Edition 2013
  • ISO 21500 Guidance on Project Management 2012
  • The business environment
  • Diversity of project team
  • Technical and administrative aspects of the project

Topics to be covered:

  • Definition of Project Management Competency
  • Objective of Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)
  • Project Management Competency and Project Success
  • Project Manager Competency
  • Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)

DAY 2

The Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD) Framework

Competencies have a direct effect on performance and the degree of extent of this impact may vary, depending on certain factors such as project types and characteristics, or organizational context. The PMCD framework is based on this premise and defines the key dimensions of project manager competence and the competencies that are most likely to impact project manager performance.

Key factors:

  • Project management competence
  • Application-specific competence
  • Range of competencies
  • Knowledge areas of project management

Topics to be covered:

  • Designing the PMCD Framework
  • Structure of the PMCD Framework
  • Project Management Knowledge Competencies
  • Performance Criteria Assessments

DAY 3

Project Management Knowledge/Performance Competencies

What the project manager knows about project management processes, tools, techniques and what he/she is able to do or accomplish while applying his/her project management knowledge.

Key factors:

  • Project Management process skills
  • Technology management skills
  • Industry knowledge
  • Project size and complexity
  • Application-specific competence

Topics to be covered:

  • Project Management Knowledge Competencies
  • Project Management Performance Competencies
  • Knowledge/Performance Criteria Assessments

DAY 4

Project Management Personal/Interpersonal Skills Competencies

How the project manager behaves when performing the project activities such as personal conduct, style, approach and accomplishing work through the project team and other concerned stakeholders.

Key factors:

  • Understand the evolution of project team
  • Be aware of different types of project organization
  • Create a climate of trust and teamwork in the project
  • Lead by example with effective communication and conflict resolution ability
  • Understand the important role of leadership and team building

Topics to be covered:

  • Project Management Personal Competencies
  • Project Management Interpersonal Skills Competencies
  • Personal/Interpersonal Criteria Assessments

DAY 5

Project Manager Competency Development

Projects are essential to the growth and survival of organizations. Your role as project manager or anyone performing project management responsibility and your competency in project management becomes increasingly strategic. The development of core competency for project success from start to finish such as knowledge, demonstrable performance, and personal requirements for a project manager to be deemed as competent in leading and managing most projects most of the time is of critical importance.

Key factors:

  • Responsibilities of the project manager
  • Competencies of the project manager
  • Applicable competencies elements
  • Performance criteria
  • Competency achievement stages
  • Project manager competency assessment

Topics to be covered:

  • Tailoring assessments
  • Methodology for achieving competency
  • Competency scorecard
  • Feedback to increase optimum performance

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Project Management from Principles to Action
Developing Core Competencies for Project Success from Start to Finish


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Code Date Venue Fees
PM051 01 - 05 Oct 2017 Doha - Qatar $4,500

Project Management Institute (PMI)® has reviewed and approved GLOMACS as a Global Provider of project management training. This is a PMI Approved/Registered seminar and hence attendance to this seminar will enable those credentialed with PMI to receive applicable PDUs upon updating their status with PMI.

Introduction

This course has been specifically designed to develop the core competencies related to project management for participants by providing them with the knowledge, skills and understanding of a mix of competencies required to be able to move a project through the various life cycle phases of concept, development, implementation and close-out. i.e., project management competencies that would be required for the full spectrum of the project from start to finish. While an experienced project manager may personally bring several of these core competencies to the project, the project team as a whole, should possess most, if not all, of the competencies presented.

On the course you will learn to understand project management competency development framework, project management knowledge and core performance competencies and personal competency of the project manager when leading and managing the project in terms of attitudes, personality characteristics to achieve the project objectives and effectively and efficiently managing the project constraints and stakeholders. This course is an essential development for anyone who is working in project management or interested in the profession of project management. It is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide – Fifth Edition and the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Role Delineation Study by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and current literature in project management.

This course will feature:

  • Objective of Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)
  • Definition of Core Competencies in Project Management
  • Design and Structure of the PMCD Framework
  • Project Management Knowledge Core Competencies
  • Project Management Performance Core Competencies
  • Project Management Personal Core Competencies
  • Project Management Interpersonal Skills Core Competencies
  • Project Manager Competency Development

Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define the key dimensions of project management competence and the competencies most likely to impact project manager performance
  • Understand the relationship between project management competencies and project success
  • Identify project management knowledge and performance competencies and performance criteria assessments
  • Identify project management personal competencies and performance criteria assessments
  • Identify project management interpersonal skills competencies and perform criteria assessments
  • Develop and apply methodology for achieving competence as a project manager with core competencies for project success throughout the project life cycle
  • Apply development, coaching, mentoring and feedback techniques to increase optimum project management performance

Training Methodology

This course will utilise a variety of proven highly interactive adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes facilitated group and individual exercises, case studies, role-play, and videos. The instructor will also facilitate learning by encouraging the delegates to test and critically appraise any theories and concepts on the course.

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit the following individuals whose role involved interfacing with project management discipline in any industry:

  • Project/Program/Portfolio Managers
  • New & Experienced Supervisors
  • Team Leaders & Line Managers
  • Projects & Process Engineers & Managers
  • Senior Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Project Management Office (PMO) staff
  • Finance Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Project Controls Managers
  • QA/QC Managers
  • Project Management Professionals

SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)

Successful execution of all types of projects of increasing diversity and complexity in a wide variety of industries requires project management competencies which are most likely to impact the project success.

Key factors:

  • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide – Fifth Edition 2013
  • ISO 21500 Guidance on Project Management 2012
  • The business environment
  • Diversity of project team
  • Technical and administrative aspects of the project

Topics to be covered:

  • Definition of Project Management Competency
  • Objective of Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD)
  • Project Management Competency and Project Success
  • Project Manager Competency
  • Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)

DAY 2

The Project Management Competencies Development (PMCD) Framework

Competencies have a direct effect on performance and the degree of extent of this impact may vary, depending on certain factors such as project types and characteristics, or organizational context. The PMCD framework is based on this premise and defines the key dimensions of project manager competence and the competencies that are most likely to impact project manager performance.

Key factors:

  • Project management competence
  • Application-specific competence
  • Range of competencies
  • Knowledge areas of project management

Topics to be covered:

  • Designing the PMCD Framework
  • Structure of the PMCD Framework
  • Project Management Knowledge Competencies
  • Performance Criteria Assessments

DAY 3

Project Management Knowledge/Performance Competencies

What the project manager knows about project management processes, tools, techniques and what he/she is able to do or accomplish while applying his/her project management knowledge.

Key factors:

  • Project Management process skills
  • Technology management skills
  • Industry knowledge
  • Project size and complexity
  • Application-specific competence

Topics to be covered:

  • Project Management Knowledge Competencies
  • Project Management Performance Competencies
  • Knowledge/Performance Criteria Assessments

DAY 4

Project Management Personal/Interpersonal Skills Competencies

How the project manager behaves when performing the project activities such as personal conduct, style, approach and accomplishing work through the project team and other concerned stakeholders.

Key factors:

  • Understand the evolution of project team
  • Be aware of different types of project organization
  • Create a climate of trust and teamwork in the project
  • Lead by example with effective communication and conflict resolution ability
  • Understand the important role of leadership and team building

Topics to be covered:

  • Project Management Personal Competencies
  • Project Management Interpersonal Skills Competencies
  • Personal/Interpersonal Criteria Assessments

DAY 5

Project Manager Competency Development

Projects are essential to the growth and survival of organizations. Your role as project manager or anyone performing project management responsibility and your competency in project management becomes increasingly strategic. The development of core competency for project success from start to finish such as knowledge, demonstrable performance, and personal requirements for a project manager to be deemed as competent in leading and managing most projects most of the time is of critical importance.

Key factors:

  • Responsibilities of the project manager
  • Competencies of the project manager
  • Applicable competencies elements
  • Performance criteria
  • Competency achievement stages
  • Project manager competency assessment

Topics to be covered:

  • Tailoring assessments
  • Methodology for achieving competency
  • Competency scorecard
  • Feedback to increase optimum performance

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