PMI® Project Management Online Module – Scope Management
This module explains the starting of a project. It explains what a project charter is and how to develop one, it introduces stakeholder management and how to identify and plan their management. The module also explains how to define the scope of the project, collect requirements and capture all project information in the Project Management Plan. This course has been fully accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
What Are the Benefits of this Module?
Understanding how to successfully start a Project is as important as it sounds. For a Project to be formally authorized, a Project Charter is needed. The 47 processes described in the PMI methodology are split across Process Groups and Knowledge Areas. Developing the Project Charter is the first process in the Initiating Process Group and falls under the Integration Management Knowledge Area. This module gives the learner the ability to understand what goes in to effectively defining the boundaries of their project and work towards gaining formal authorization.
What are the Learning Outcomes?
This module covers the processes in the Initiating Process Group and the planning processes applied to define project work. It is based upon Chapters four, five and thirteen of the PMBOK® Guide.
By the end of this module you will be able to explain:
- Explain the purpose of the Project Integration Management Knowledge area.
- Explain the purpose of the Project Charter, how it is developed, and its importance.
- Define “Project Stakeholders” and explain their role in the Project and their impact upon Project requirements.
- Define Project Scope, Scope Management and Requirements.
- Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
- Collect, Prioritize and Track Requirements.
- Develop the Project Management Plan.
What Content is Covered?
The following content is covered within this course:
- Project Integration Management.
- Developing the Project Charter.
- Identifying Stakeholders.
- Project Stakeholder Management.
- Planning Stakeholder Management.
Who Should Attend?
This series of short courses designed to up-skill or refresh knowledge in specific Project Management subjects. Each short course earns seven Project Management Institute (PMI) PDU points. Whether you are looking to update your knowledge and skills or to increase your competence in a wider context, this programme gives great professional benefit.
Gottfredson and Mosher (2012) identified 5 moments of learning need:
- Learning for the first time.
2. Learning more.
3. Remembering and applying learning.
4. Learning when things change.
5. Learning when things go wrong.
These short courses provide a perfect way of enabling you or your teams to access bite-sized chunks of information that is applicable in each of the 5 moments of learning need.
What are the Course Delivery Options?
Is this accredited by the Project Management Institute?
Yes – fully.