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Information Technology

ATI's Project Scope and Requirements Management course


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Summary:

    Technical Training Short On Site Course Quote

      This course will enable participants to effectively manage the scope and requirements of a project. As part of the Triple Constraints, Scope is often the most challenging part of the constraints to manage. In this class the participants will participate in group exercises that will enable them to learn the skills needed to properly manage the Scope of a project.

    Prerequisites:

      Students should have taken Project Management Overview and Leadership.

    Who Should Attend:

      This two-and-a-half day class is intended for any person functioning as a Project Manager or aspiring to be a Project Manager.

    Benefits of Attendance:

      Students will be able to:

      • determine the Business Need that is driving a project;
      • define project vs. product scope and determine how a project integrates with the overall operations of an organization;
      • define the Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs of proper Scope Management and identify appropriate quality requirements;
      • list the proper techniques and tools to effectively define the Scope of a project and determine macro risks;
      • determine ways of dealing with the change;
      • describe how to create a Work Breakdown Structure;
      • determine how to properly verify Scope; and
      • determine how to control the Scope of a project during the Execution Phase of the project.

    Course Outline:

      CHAPTER 1: PROJECT SCOPE MANAGEMENT

      CHAPTER 2: PROJECT SCOPE VS. PRODUCT SCOPE

      CHAPTER 3: SCOPE PLANNING
      1) Inputs
      2) Enterprise Environment Factors
      3) Organizational Process Assets
      4) Project Charter
      5) Preliminary Project Scope Statement
      6) Project Management Plan
      7) Tools and Techniques
      8) Expert Judgment
      9) Templates, Forms, and Standards
      10) Outputs
      11) Project Scope Management Plan

      CHAPTER 4: SCOPE DEFINITION
      1) Inputs
      2) Organizational Process Assets
      3) Project Charter
      4) Preliminary Scope Statement
      5) Project Scope Management Plan
      6) Approved Change Requests
      7) Tools and Techniques
      8) Product Analysis
      9) Alternatives Identification
      10) Expert Judgment
      11) Stakeholder Analysis
      12) Outputs
      13) Project Scope Statement
      14) Project Objectives
      15) Product Scope Description
      16) Project Requirements
      17) Project Boundaries
      18) Project Deliverables
      19) Product Acceptance Criteria
      20) Project Constraints
      21) Project Assumptions
      22) Initial Project Organization
      23) Initial Defined Risks
      24) Schedule Milestones
      25) Fund Limitation
      26) Cost Estimate
      27) Project Configuration Management Requirements
      28) Project Specifications
      29) Approval Requirements
      30) Requested Changes
      31) Project Scope Management Plan (Updates)

      CHAPTER 5: CREATE WBS
      1) Inputs
      2) Organizational Process Assets
      3) Project Scope Statement
      4) Project Scope Management Plan
      5) Approved Change Requests
      6) Tools and Techniques
      7) WBS Templates
      8) Decomposition
      9) Outputs
      10) Project Scope Statement (Updates)
      11) Work Breakdown Structure
      12) Organizational Breakdown Structure
      13) Bill of Materials
      14) Risk Breakdown Structure
      15) Resource Breakdown Structure
      16) WBS Dictionary
      17) Scope Baseline
      18) Project Scope Management Plan (Updates)
      19) Requested Changes

      CHAPTER 6: SCOPE VERIFICATION
      1) Inputs
      2) Project Scope Statement
      3) WBS Dictionary
      4) Project Scope Management Plan
      5) Deliverables
      6) Tools and Techniques
      7) Inspection
      8) Outputs
      9) Accepted Deliverables
      10) Requested Changes
      11) Recommended Corrective Actions

      CHAPTER 7: SCOPE CONTROL
      1) Inputs
      2) Project Scope Statement
      3) WBS
      4) WBS Dictionary
      5) Project Scope Management Plan
      6) Performance Reports
      7) Approved Change Requests
      8) Work Performance Information
      9) Tools and Techniques
      10) Change Control System
      11) Variance Control
      12) Re-planning
      13) Configuration Management System
      14) Outputs
      15) Project Scope Statement (Updates)
      16) WBS (Updates)
      17) WBS Dictionary (Updates)
      18) Scope Baseline (Updates)
      19) Requested Changes
      20) Recommended Corrective Action
      21) Organization Process Assets (Updates)
      22) Project Management Plan (Updates)

    Tuition:

      This course is not on the current schedule of open enrollment courses. If you are interested in attending this or another course as open enrollment, please contact us at (410) 956-8805 or at ati@aticourses.com and indicate the course name and number of students who wish to participate. ATI typically schedules open enrollment courses with a lead time of 3-5 months. Group courses can be presented at your facility at any time. For on-site pricing, request an on-site quote. You may also call us at (410) 956-8805 or email us at ati@aticourses.com.

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