Gain knowledge and get certified! – IT Project Management Workshops
Savangard invites you to a certified series of lectures at the Częstochowa University of Science and Technology – IT Project Management.
There is no one recipe for a successful IT project. It is all about being able to control all events connected with th project.
The fact that theoretical knowledge usually does not translate into 100% of the project’s realities does not help. So how to effectively control what is going on in the project and lead it? Specialists from Savangard will appear with this practical knowledge at the Częstochowa University of Technology.
Beginning: October 18, 2018
Date: Thursdays, 10.00-12.00
Place: Czestochowa University of Technology, WIMI, room A4
The number of seats is limited!
If you are interested, write to us at email@example.com
Don’t waste time, join us right now!
Session I – Introduction to the methodology
Basic concepts in the field of IT project management
- specificity of IT projects
- basic types of approach: Agile / Waterfall
- key aspects in project management – goal, scope, stakeholders, risks, costs, schedule
- examples of tools supporting project management
Session II – Analysis of the scope of the IT project
Key aspects related to the collection and confirmation of knowledge necessary to correctly define an IT project.
- identifying, confirming and clarifying the real purpose of the project
- project goal and operational objectives (S.M.A.R.T)
- stakeholder analysis
- role in the project (RACI)
- analysis of requirements and limitations
Session III – Defining and organizing IT project
Elements of the correct and complete definition of the project and the rules for its organization in a way that makes it possible to achieve goals in time, scope and costs.
- project definition
- identification of risks and methods of handling them
- identifying the necessary resources
- cost estimation
Session IV – Management and settlement
Techniques of supervision, ways of receiving tasks/project stages and settlement
- communication in the project
- tracking progress
- supporting tools: (e.g. Trello and OpenProject)
- receiving project stages
- methods and types of tests
- stages settlement and budget management
The number of places is limited! If you are interested, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to the first lecture!