OBS Business School

Master in Project Management (ENG) - UB

OBS Business School
  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Online
  • Precio:
    7.200 €
  • Comienzo:
    Noviembre 2020
  • Lugar:
    Se imparte Online
  • Duración:
    60 ECTS
  • Idioma:
    El Master se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master in Project Management

Presentación

Today´s organizations, that develop in highly competitive and globalized markets, increasingly implement their business strategies through projects so as to ensure the results and benefits thereof, with this being called ´management by projects´. The best way of doing this is through ensuring the quality, skills and abilities of their project managers.

The Masters in Project Management from OBS Business School responds to this business demand by training professionals to manage complex and/or international programs and projects through a program of study and practice that integrates the latest requirements of the global standard of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Requisitos

It is necessary to have a University Degree and work experience to be accepted into the programme. Work experience is most valued because it is important to share in the knowledge – gained from training and professional responsibility – which each participant contributes to the particular situations set out by the professor. In the event that someone does not have the abovementioned requirements, acceptance into the programme will be decided on by the Board.

Objetivos

Manage complex projects efficiently and effectively.
Lead teams through developing leadership skills and techniques for managing human and material resources.
Align the current needs of companies in project management with the best market practices.
Start your preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP) and PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certification PMI exams , with the help and expertise of our team of teachers

Programa

STRATEGIC PROJECT MANAGEMENT
The organization and organization policy.
Foundational Elements.
Styles and organizational cultures.
Organizational structures in projects.
The Project Life Cycle.
Project Management Knowledge Areas.
Project Management Process Groups.
Programs and portfolio management and their strategic alignment. OPM3.
Strategic Project Governance. Project Management Office (PMO).
Case studies.

PROJECT SCOPE MANAGEMENT. PROJECT FINANCE.

Project Scope Management.
Scope management processes. Scope project management plan.
Compiling requirements.
Defining the project scope.
Creating the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
Verification and control of the project scope.
Case studies: Petronas Tower.

Project Finance
Framework.
Financial Plan.
Formulation: business model.
Evaluation: economic study.
Modelling: financial analysis.
Financial analysis and reporting.
Categories of risk.
Case studies.


PROJECT SCHEDULE MANAGEMENT. PROJECT COST MANAGEMENT.

Project Schedule Management
Introduction and general aspects.
Schedule management plan.
Identification and definition of schedule activities.
Sequencing of schedule activities.
Estimating resource requirements of activities.
Estimating the duration of activities.
Development of the time planning.
Monitoring and control of time planning. Schedule control.
Applications for Schedule Management: MS Project.
Case studies: Practical exercises using MS Project. Application of ‘What If’ technics.

Project Cost Management
Basic concepts.
Cost plan management.
Estimating project costs.
Preparation and approval of the project budget.
Cost control.
Applications for cost management.
Case studies: Earned Value Management (EVM) and What If technics.

PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT. PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT.

Project Quality Management
Project quality planning.
Assuring the quality of the project.
Project quality control.
Quality Standards applicable in projects.
The quality of products and/or services.
The project quality management plan.
Tools and techniques for improving the quality of processes.
Case studies: Gasdem Ibética, S.A., Welz Business Machines, Titanic, Harley-Davidson and NASA.

Project Risk Management
Introduction to project risk management.
Risk management planning.
Risks identification.
Qualitative risks analysis.
Quantitative risk analysis.
Planning risk response.
Implementation of risk response.
Risk controlling.
Applications for risk management: @Risk
Case study: Petronas Tower.

THE HUMAN FACTOR IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT. PROJECT CHANGE MANAGEMENT.

The Human Factor
Planning and acquisition of project resources.
Development and team management.
Multicultural team management.
The Project Manager: hard and soft skills.
Leadership.
Motivation.
Emotional intelligence.
Conflict and negotiation skills.
Social and environmental responsibility.
Case studies: Apolo 13.

Project Change Management
Change Management Concepts.
Organizational Project Change Management.
Project Change Management.
Project People Change Management: communications management, stakeholder management, training management and team management.
Case study: Petronas Tower.

PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT AND THE LEGAL ASPECTS IN PROJECTS. PROJECT SALES MANAGEMENT

Procurement Management and the legal aspects in projects
Procurement management according to the PMBOK® Guide.
Contract Management.
Legal aspects: the contract, types of contracts, drafting and interpreting contracts.
Case studies: They will allow the development of the contractual strategy and the procurement management plan, including risk management strategies through contracts for a specific project.

Project Sales Management
The project as a product to sell.
The process of selling projects.
Types of offers and contracts.
The creation and content of offers.
Strategic selling methodology.
Case studies: sales optimization as Project Managers.


PROJECT INTEGRATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT. TRADITIONAL METHODOLOGIES.

Project Integration and Knowledge Management
Integration management.
Knowledge management.
Case studies

Traditional methodologies
Project Management methodologies and International ISO21500.
PRINCE2.
Case studies.

AGILE METHODOLOGIES: A CHANGE OF MENTALITY
Project management agile methodologies and the differences with traditional ones.
Agile as a response of digital revolution challenge.
Change of mentality required for agile.
Agile principles.
Agile leadership.
Lean Process management.
Framework scrum.
Agile technics and tools.

APPLICATION OF AGILE METHODOLOGIES
Acceleration of the ‘time to market’ and need to agile management.
Agile project and products management.
Agile estimation and metrics.
High performance team management.
Learning how and when an agile methodology has to be used.
Choosing methodologies, produces and approaches: project tracking and project steering.
Mitigation of risk in high complexity project by using agile.
Continuum methodology ‘Traditional. – Bimodal – Multimodal’
Agile management digital tools.
Case study.

ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT.
Bimodal and multimodal projects.
Specific industry Project Management.
International Project Management.
The future of the Project Management.

WORKSHOPS
Workshop: Advanced Project Planning Course: MS Project
Workshop: Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) and Tools
Workshop: Project Management Simulation. Simultrain
Workshop: PMI-PMP certification preparation: Introduction.
Workshop: PMI-ACP certification preparation: Introduction.

FINAL PROJECT

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES
Case studies
Webinars

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