Participants will learn how to establish and function in project organizations, establish criteria to measure and assess project performance and productivity and learn how to use systematic problem solving, decision making, and planning methods along with the introduction of MS Project.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define key project management terms and concepts.
  • Explain the importance of project management in the manufacturing industry.
  • Describe the life cycle of a project from initiation to closure.
  • Utilize project management software tools to plan, execute, and monitor projects.
  • Apply basic risk management techniques to anticipate and mitigate potential project challenges.
  • Implement effective communication strategies within project teams.
  • Assess project scope and objectives to identify necessary resources and potential constraints.
  • Analyze stakeholder requirements and expectations for project success.
  • Critique project outcomes against initial objectives and industry standards.
  • Evaluate team performance and identify areas for improvement.
  • Design a project management plan tailored to a manufacturing industry context, incorporating timelines, budgeting, and resource allocation.
  • Develop a risk management strategy that anticipates and plans for potential project hurdles.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Have a foundational understanding of project management principles and their importance in the manufacturing industry.
  • Be equipped with practical skills to use project management software and tools for effective planning, execution, and monitoring of projects.
  • Be capable of analyzing project needs, identifying resources and constraints, and effectively communicating with stakeholders to ensure project success.
  • Possess the ability to critically evaluate project performance against goals and standards, identifying lessons learned and areas for improvement.
  • Have the competence to create comprehensive project management and risk mitigation plans that are realistic, well structured, and suited to the manufacturing industry.

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for beginners in the manufacturing industry interested in learning about project management strategies.

Course Format:  Live Instructor Led (Synchronous)

Course Duration:  5 Days

Cost:  $2,000

Course Information


This course does not have any sections.