You will learn
the key components of the PMBOK® Guide Project Phases and Cheetah Project
Management through the hands on activity of completing your personally
- You start your project by:
Assembling your initial Project team. (We do provide
several successful persuasion tips to get people to help out if you want
to do this with others)
Getting buy-in from key stakeholders (if you're going
to do this project in you home or workplace you may have to get buy in
from the other people you live with).
Developing a Project Agreement
You develop your project plan that includes:
Risk Management Plan
Change Management Plan
Schedule (includes developing an MS Project Gantt
Final Project Agreement
Project Kickoff Meeting
You execute your project plan to complete your project. Based on your
project plan you:
Implement your project plan to complete your project
- Do project progress
reporting with the people helping you on the project
Control - You control your project by
Routinely assessing your project performance by doing
earned value analyses.
Do quality control measurements to insure your project
will meet the performance requirements (i.e. that it will float).
Perform safety assessments to insure that your work
environment and your team members work practices keep them safe and
Implementing Risk Response Control to deal with
problems as they arise.
Implementing Change Control to handle changes as they
You end your project by:
Releasing your project team (and celebrating).
Verifying that your project meets the performance
requirements (defined in your Project charter.
Documenting your lessons learned.
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