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[Online] Khoá Học Miễn Phí Về Chiến Lược Quản Lý Thời Gian Trong Quản Lý Dự Án Từ Đại Học Purdue 2018

One of the four best public universities in the US, Purdue delivers an engaging learning experience and a world-class degree. Founded in 1869, Purdue consistently ranks among the best universities worldwide (Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education). It is home to the No. 1 agricultural and biological engineering program in the U.S. (U.S. News & World Report); the top university sales program (Sales Education Foundation); the No. 1 online communication program in the US (AffordableCollegesOnline.org); the No. 1 pharmacy school (U.S. News & World Report); and a top-20 engineering program (Shanghai Ranking).

Course: Time Management Strategies for Project Management

Develop your time management skills and discover time management strategies to ensure every project you manage runs smoothly.


Duration 2 weeks - 3 hours per week - FREE online course

Learn how to get your projects running like clockwork

Every project manager or project leader has had a project that seems to spiral out of control - absorbing more time and resource than was planned. This course will help you stop that happening.

You will learn time management strategies to help you prevent projects becoming unmanageable and develop the fundamental skills of a project manager to make sure every project you run meets its deadlines.

Now is the time to put an end to runaway projects.

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you'll be able to...

  • List the time management processes;

  • Identify components of the schedule management plan;

  • Define an activity;

  • Describe the transition from scope to schedule;

  • Explain the Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM);

  • Distinguish the difference between a mandatory and discretionary dependency;

  • Define lags and leads;

  • Calculate the critical path for a project using the critical path method, including forward and backward pass;

  • Calculate float for each activity;

  • Explain why schedule compression may be necessary;

  • Distinguish the difference between crashing and fast tracking and the project implications of each;

  • Describe the difference between a schedule and target completion date;

  • Identify the difference between the critical chain method and the critical path method;

  • Define project and feeding buffers;

  • Define resource levelling and resource smoothing;

  • Determine when these two techniques are necessary;

  • Explain the point when a schedule is baselined;

  • Explain project milestones;

  • Create a Gantt chart with project data;

  • List the things that a Gantt chart can display;

  • List the benefits and challenges of using scheduling software.

Who is the course for?

This course is for program managers, project managers, project leaders and even anyone who is interested in project management and time management concepts.

Please go to the course link on FutureLearn for further detailed information and enrollment: Time Management Strategies for Project Management.

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