Course: Conduct a project

General

2 locations available

Program Description

June 11 - 12, 2020

July 2 - 3, 2020

September 10 - 11, 2020

October 8 - 9, 2020

December 10 - 11, 2020

Conduct a project

Create a dynamic around the project with simple and practical tools

General informations

Goal

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • to present the principles and general approach of project management,
  • use the method and tools necessary to effectively manage a project,
  • to use "good practices" in project management,
  • to pilot a project according to these principles and methods.

Prerequisites

No specific prior knowledge required.

Public

Collaborators piloting a project wishing to acquire method

levels

fundamentals

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Program

descriptive

Share the fundamentals of project management

  • Definition of a project, its characteristics (AFNOR reference and ISO Quality Assurance standard)
  • Definition of Project Management and Project Mode Components

Structuring the piloting sequences of a project

  • Lead a project
  • The 3 piloting sequences: organization / launch, follow-up and closing of the project, the corresponding pilot deliverables

Organize and launch a project

  • Define the purpose and objectives of the project
  • Define the project team
  • Define pilot instances
  • Define the steps and activities to be carried out
  • Determine the risks inherent in the project
  • Develop the schedule and evaluate workloads
  • Formalize the project launch file

Lead a project

  • Periodically measure the progress of the project against the forecast and make the corrective decisions:
    • develop and analyze the project dashboard
    • animate piloting bodies
    • animate the decision system

Conclude a project

  • Finish the project and learn from it

Further information

Teaching method

Pedagogy is based on:

  • an alternation of contributions, workshops and exchanges with the participants in a peer group,
  • scenarios based on the learners' case,
  • a personalized action plan,
  • Participants are invited to bring their project management materials so that they can be analyzed and studied in groups during the session.

speakers

Consultant trainer specialized in project management

Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Cai ... Read More

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Caisses régionales de Crédit Agricole, le périmètre de l’IFCAM s’est élargi en 2001, avec la création de l’entité Crédit agricole SA et l’intégration des filiales. Read less
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