BP113 Project Management Tools
This course shows how elements of project management can be made more predictable and scientific through use of a structured system and integrated tools based on those developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
What You Cover
- Project proposal and stakeholder plan
- Quality and risk
- Milestones and progress reports
- Issues, challenges, and change requests
How You Benefit
- Learn to make project management a discipline of sure results
- Learn tools to select, define, plan, organize, schedule, implement, and control project scope, organization, cost, time, quality, risk, communication, and integration
- Work with a variety of models, worksheets, and charts; know how and when to use them
- Get an overview of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
Instructor: Ron Sarazin
Ron Sarazin is president of Olympic Performance, Inc., a consulting company, and CEO of Process Path, Inc., a software company. He holds a BS in industrial engineering from Oregon State University and completed advanced training at the University of Idaho and Stanford University. Mr. Sarazin has held leadership positions with ALCOA, PACCAR, PGE, and Mutual Health Systems, Inc. He is an accomplished author and trainer, and his most recent publication, Action with Traction, is available on Amazon. Mr. Sarazin has been active in his profession and the community, and is a youth soccer coach.