Framework and Integration Management
Credits 1.4 CEUs / 14 PDUs
This two-day course provides an overview of project management concepts and principles using lectures and discussions. An integrated case study will provide students with a first-hand opportunity to practice the theories and concepts discussed in the classroom throughout the course. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).
Who should attend
This course is primarily designed for people who have had or will have project management responsibilities. It is also for project leaders or anyone who will be performing in those roles in the future. Individuals taking this course should have at least two years of experience working on project teams.
What you will achieve
A clear differentiation among project, program, and subproject, and the ability to identify contrasting and related characteristics of each
The ability to compare and contrast project management to strategic management, operations management, and crisis management
The ability to define the role of the project manager while balancing the expectations of the project stakeholders
A forum in which to develop foundational management deliverables: project charter, preliminary project scope statement, and the project management plan
The ability to gauge your level of skill in project management through the use of a project manager self-evaluation.
What you will learn
An understanding of the industry standards for project management processes and techniques.
Key project management definitions, concepts, and processes.
How organizational structures impact project management, and the importance of identifying all project stakeholders and meeting their requirements and expectations.
An understanding of the five project management process groups as defined by PMI® and the major flows of information and deliverables among them.
The ability to coordinate the various elements of a project throughout the project’s life cycle to meet those needs and demands.
Day One Day Two
Course Introduction Project Integration Management
A Framework for Project Management
Organizational Structures & Project Life Cycles
Framework & Integration Management