Basic Project Management
Project management entails planning, organising, co-ordinating, controlling and directing the activities of a project. It is characterised by the application or implementation of actions and implies that management techniques are adapted to exercise more effective control over existing resources. Project management can also be regarded as a planning and control mechanism for using resources to achieve specific objectives.
Project management requires special knowledge and skills. Many projects are cancelled before they are completed. Many are completed late and cost well over their original estimates. And, of the rare few which are completed, on-time and within budget, many do not meet the needs of the project stakeholders. It is essential that effective project managers develop the organisational and interpersonal skills needed to manage a project from the strategic stage through to completion. Upon completion of this course you will be able to start operating in a project environment by understanding the terminology used in a project management environment. You'll also be able to interpret and explain the fundamental concepts of project management.
Hosted By: Provox Centre for Public Relat
Date of Event: 2017-10-18
Venue: ProComm House, 108 Bram Fischer Drive, Ferndale, Randburg
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