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Project Management, Part 3 of 8: Time Management
with expert Sandy Haydon
The course is based on PMI’s PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition which has been available since January, 2013. PMBOK is an abbreviation for Project Management Body of Knowledge. It is the globally recognized standard and guide for the pm profession. It provides guidelines for managing individual projects and defines pm related concepts. It describes both the project and the pm life cycles, and their related processes.In this course, you will be ready to take a closer look at how the project time will be planned and managed throughout the project’s life cycle. Planning for time management will give you a good foundation to determine who/what potential resources are available for the project. You will identify the major elements of project schedules, such as activity lists, project network schedule diagrams, estimate of activity duration, and techniques for responding to organizational constraints by adjusting flexibility within schedules. You will be able to develop effective project schedules and manage schedules in response to organizational constraints on time and with those resources that will help you to bring your projects in on time and on budget.
Beginner | 1h 32m | November 06, 2013Course Outline
Sandy Haydon is a certified project manager in software development and a project management instructor. She has 40 years of experience with IBM as a software developer, manager, and project manager responsible for leading teams located worldwide. Sandy holds a BA in Mathematics and an MA in Management and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and an IBM Senior Certified Project Manager.