5 months

Online live hours : 45 | Project work hours : 170

Next Batch: 30 December, 2016

Rs.55,000 Enroll Now

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Project management has been proven to be the most effective method of delivering projects within cost, schedule, and resource constraints. This intensive and hands-on course gives you the skills to ensure your projects are completed on time and on budget .You will gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project management and be able to immediately use that knowledge to effectively manage work projects.
Finally you will be able to identify and manage the project scope, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, create the project budget, define and allocate resources, manage the project development, identify and manage risks, and understand the project procurement process.

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    • Module 1 : Project Integration Management

      Project Integration Management includes the processes and activities needed to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the project management process groups.

      Topics covered are:

      • Develop Project Charter
      • Develop Project Management Plan
      • Direct and Manage Project Work
      •  Monitor and Control Project Work
      • Perform Integrated Change Control
      •  Close Project or Phase

    • Module 2 : Project Scope Management

      Project scope management includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project successfully.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Scope Management
      •  Collect Requirements
      • Define Scope
      •  Create WBS
      • Validate Scope
      • Control Scope

    • Module 3 : Project Time Management

      Processes concerning with the timely completion of the project.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Schedule Management
      • Define Activities
      •  Sequence Activities
      •  Estimate Activity Resources
      •  Estimate Activity Durations
      •  Develop Schedule
      • Control Schedule

    • Module 4 : Project Cost Management

      Processes involved in planning, estimating, budgeting, financing, funding, managing, and controlling costs so that the project can be completed within the approved budget.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Cost Management
      • Estimate Costs
      • Determine Budget
      •  Control Costs

    • Module 5 : Project Quality Management

      Processes and activities of the performing organization that determine quality policies, objectives, and responsibilities so that the project will satisfy the needs for which it was undertaken.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Quality Management
      •  Perform Quality Assurance
      • Control Quality

    • Module 6 : Project Human Resource Management

      Processes that organize and manage the project team.

      Topics covered are:

      •  Plan Human Resource Management
      •  Acquire Project Team
      • Develop Project Team
      • Manage Project Team

    • Module 7 : Project Communication Management

      Processes that are required to ensure timely and appropriate planning, collection, creation, distribution, storage, retrieval, management, control, monitoring, and the ultimate disposition of project information.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Communications Management
      • Manage Communications
      • Control Communications

    • Module 8 : Project Risk Management

      Processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response planning, and controlling risk on a project.

      Topics covered are:

      • Plan Risk Management
      •  Identify Risks
      •  Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
      • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
      • Plan Risk Responses
      • Control Risks

    • Module 9 : Project Procurement Management

      Processes to purchase or acquire the products and services.

      Topics covered are:

      •  Plan Procurement Management
      • Conduct Procurements
      •  Control Procurements
      •  Close Procurements

    • Module 10 : Project Stakeholder Management

      Identify all people or organizations impacted by the project, analyzing stakeholder expectations and impact on the project, and developing appropriate management strategies for effectively engaging stakeholders in project decisions and execution.

      Topics covered are:

      • Identify Stakeholders
      • Plan Stakeholder Management
      • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
      •  Control Stakeholder Engagement

    • Module 11 : Business Foundation courses

      Topics covered are:

      CAREER COACHING

      MBA students often find themselves searching for clarity on career goals. But even those who feel more certain often wind up making a lot of directional shifts along the way. This module gets students started:
      • Appreciating their unique professional strengths & weaknesses from the perspective of the employer
      • Exploring the universe of career options available in the marketplace
      • It also covers a variety of networking essentials:
      • The value of networking
      • Adding value to your network
      • Getting started building your network
      • Activating dead networks
      Students assess how and where they best “fit in” to the corporate world, and step outside their comfort zone to begin the journey.  

      FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

      Financial numbers are the “language of business,” the primary means of communicating progress and performance. Just as any writer must be familiar with the basics of vocabulary and grammar, any aspiring business person must gain basic proficiency in the elements, principles and assumptions of modern accounting. This course familiarizes students with the purpose and use of financial statements. Students take their first step towards appreciating and working with business numbers as they apply to everyday situations. This course helps create and interpret financial statements including:
      • Balance Sheet
      • Income Statement
      • Statement of Cash Flows
      By creating and analysing these financial statements across various companies, we aim to generate insights into business and help become better decision makers.  

      PREPARING PRESENTATIONS

      As you grow in an organization, presentations become increasingly important for differentiating yourself and building a personal brand. Good presentations make a great first impression, position you as an expert problem solver. The more visibility you create for yourself the sooner you will be viewed as a high potential leader. And a dull presentation can embarrass you in front of clients and set back your career in more ways than one. This course reveals the secrets of how to create blockbuster presentations, including
      • Analyzing your audience to predict their probable reaction and prepare for it.
      • Sequencing your communication in the right order for an audience to understand it.
      • Using powerful headlines to convey meaning rather than just describe slide contents.
      • Using design elements like fonts, color and icons to spice up your presentations.
      Students learn how to transform a dreary presentation to make it magic.  

      MARKETING

      Customers form the core asset of any company. But gone are the days when buyers appear out of thin air… today’s marketers find it increasingly difficult to attract new customers. Also, the competition may offer such attractive alternatives that retaining the existing customers becomes a separate problem of it’s own. In this module, students learn the importance of wise marketing investments, including:
      • Appreciating the lifetime value of a new customer and the cost of losing an existing customer.
      • Calculating the ROI of marketing campaigns based on customer acquisition cost.
      • Familiarity with the basic tools and techniques of the marketing professional including 4Ps, SAVE model and segmentation /targeting /positioning.
      • Understanding the challenges and risks inherent in the sales function.
      Students learn to weigh benefits vs. costs to make informed marketing and customer service related decisions.  

      ECONOMICS SIMULATION

      Economics has at it's heart the concepts of costs and benefits. Intelligent economic decision making can be achieved by progressing in the direction where benefits exceed costs. In other words, an entity should keep producing until the marginal benefit (or incremental benefit) of producing the next unit is higher than the marginal cost (or incremental cost) of producing the next unit. In this course, we will emphasize this insight and apply it to a simulation where production, pricing and resource allocation decisions are made. Over the course of 5 years of the progression of a company in a competitive market, you will make decisions on the following parameters:
      • What should be price of your product?
      • How many units should you produce?
      • What should be the capacity of a plant (factory)?
      • How much should you spend on advertising?
      • How much should you spend on R&D?
      • How much should you spend on developing alternate channels?
      • How much should you spend on training?
      • How much should you spend on maintenance?
      The end result of these decisions will be a progression of net profit which as a business manager you should aim to maximize.

FAQ


    • 1. Do you provide placement assistance?

      YES. Sunstone is the India's largest Business School for working professionals and it's existing network includes more than 350 tech companies. Various companies contacts us for our students profiles regularly and the demand is ever growing for these skills. We regularly post such job opportunities to our certified students. Our career coaches also help prepare candidates' resumes and guide them for interview preparation. Having said that, please understand that we do not guarantee any placements however if you go through the course diligently and complete all required projects and problems, you can be almost sure of your chances of success for your next career move.

      Overall you will get access to career assistance service that will include identification of relevant opportunities, job postings and guidance for interviews and resume writing.

    • 2. What are the different Management roles in the industry?

      Instructors are industry leaders and have at decades of experience in various leadership domains.

      •  Project Manager
      •  Delivery Manager
      •  Test Manager
      •  QA Manager
      •  Infrastructure Manger
      •  Software Development Manager
      •  Program Manager
      •  Account Manager
      •  Client Relationship Managert
      •  Customer Support Manager
      •  ITIL Manager
    • 3. What are the different companies working in this area?

      IT KPO Captive
      Accenture Genpact Fidelity
      Infosys WNS Citibank
      TCS Evalueserve M&S
      CTS EXL Wal-Mart
      Dell 24x7 Target
      HP Buxton Barclays
      IBM Adventity RBS
    • 4. What kind of jobs am I likely to get after this training?

      Almost all the big corporations need project management professionals. You can be hired in your own industry at entry/mid/senior level depending upon your experience and the training you have had. IT services companies and KPOs hire people to work on client projects which cut across functional and vertical domains. If you have no prior work experience, you best option is to join one of these.
    • 5. Can senior experienced professionals switch to Project Management?

      Project Management is the most desirable role in the industry across the world. As mentioned earlier industry needs lot of Project Management trained professionals at every level. This is one of those fields that people are switching to even very late in their careers because it is exciting and extremely well-paid with exceptionally bright growth prospects.

    • 6. How can I to become PMP® ?

      • Meet Qualifying Criteria
      •  Undertake Formal Project Management Training
      •  35 Contact Hours of Education
      •  Become PMI® Member
      •  Apply for PMP® Certification
      •  Schedule Exam at local Prometric Testing Center
      •  Appear for the exam
      •  Pass the Exam
      •  Start working towards continuous professional development

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