London Training for Excellence

IT Project Management

London Training for Excellence
In Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • London Training for Excellence

Rs 3,20,499
*Guide price
Original amount in GBP:
£ 3,480

Important information

Typology Short course
Location Copenhagen (Denmark)
Class hours 20h
Duration 5 Days
Start Different dates available
  • Short course
  • Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • 20h
  • Duration:
    5 Days
  • Start:
    Different dates available

It is an established fact that IT projects are more prone to failure than any other type of project. In fact using the traditional yardstick of Time, Cost and Quality virtually no IT projects can be considered totally successful. The main reason for this is that IT projects are inherently more difficult than non-IT projects. It is therefore particularly important for IT projects that they are correctly Initiated, Planned and Managed. This is the responsibility of Project Management. Throughout the course practical applications of the theory will be illustrated by examples and case studies from the presenter’s considerable experience of managing large, complex IT projects. The format of the seminar is very interactive with delegates encouraged to share their experiences.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Staden Kobenhavn, Denmark
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Starts Different dates available
Staden Kobenhavn, Denmark
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What you'll learn on the course

IT Project Management
IT Auditing
Project Management
IT risk
Team Training
Quality Training
IT Project Management
IT Project Management
Information Technology and IT Management (ITIM)
Information Technology and IT Management (ITIM)
Information Technology and IT Management (ITIM)

Course programme

  • Learn how to engineer an information systems project by breaking it into standard phases with the appropriate activities and milestones. 
  •   Learn how to manage risk by anticipating it, controlling it and including it in the project estimate. 
  •   Learn how to get the correct requirements from the user and the importance of doing so. 
  •   Learn about prototyping techniques. 
  •   Learn how to estimate effort, duration and cost of a project. 
  •   Learn how to plan a project balancing the constraints of time, cost and quality. 
  •   Learn how automated project management tools assist in project planning and control. 
  •   Learn how to control a project actively rather than reacting to crises. 
  •   Learn the importance of quality assurance and how to achieve quality in your project.
  •   Learn how to assemble an appropriate project team, assign responsibilities, motivate and manage the team. 
  •   Learn the importance of delivering customer satisfaction. 
Organizational Impact
  •   Have a standard methodology for engineering an IT project across the organization 
  •   Have a standard quality control system that enhances company growth toward higher SEI Capability maturity levels 
  •   Be able to ‘roll-up’ multiple project reports for summarized reporting across the organization 
  •   Determine the best project team organization within the enterprise, allowing efficient sharing of key resources
  •   Have a standard set of documents; for example plans, proposals, designs and so forth.
Personal Impact
  •   Reduce your level of stress by being able to organize your activities and time around multiple projects 
  •   Acquire key IT project management skills 
  •   Be able to report project progress so that all stakeholders are satisfied 
  •   Motivate a team and yourself 
  •   Delegate for efficient use of everyone’s time