|Date||4th April 2014 (9:30am – 4:30pm)|
|Venue||Etc Venues, Tenter House, London, United Kingdom|
About the course
This course will provide you with a workable project management approach that offers structure and control, but is also flexible enough to handle evolving requirements. Managing web projects is difficult: mixed teams, experts in different areas and stakeholders that frequently pull you in different directions, with tight deadlines adding additional pressures.
The starting point in your web project management training, this course can be taken alone, or followed by the second and third in the series, Planning Web Projects and Avoiding Web Project Disasters. Taken together, the 3 courses provide a complete grounding in all areas of web project management.
This course covers the fundamentals of project management for web projects: what it is, why projects go wrong, and what's different about web projects. You will be given an overview of different project management methods (traditional/waterfall, agile and incremental delivery) and be shown how to manage each.
The course covers the full project management lifecycle, from the basics of getting started (defining the project and scope, prioritising and estimating features) to delivering in increment and deployment.
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for managers or marketers who want to discover how project management tools and techniques can deliver projects on-brief, on-time and on-budget. It would also benefit project managers looking for ways to achieve greater business benefit and flexibility, without relinquishing control, and anyone with an expanding web portfolio looking to manage resources more effectively.
How will I benefit?
Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:
- Quickly and effectively capture project requirements and deliver them on-time and to budget, even in a rapidly changing environment
- Deliver early return-on-investment using agile incremental delivery methods
- Meet all stakeholder requirements by introducing shared goals
- Ensure that the project delivery is of the highest quality
What will I learn?
The course covers:
Introduction to Project Management
- What is project management?
- Why do projects go wrong?
Project Management Overview
Managing Web Projects
- Getting Started
- Delivering in increments
Consultant, Indigo Blue
Denis Howlett has been a project manager in the software industry for over 20 years. In that time he has worked for both large and small companies. He has provided consultancy and training to companies such as LogicaCMG, British Airways, HSBC, SpecSavers, Norwich Union and the Swiss Stock Exchange. He has co-founded two companies, KnowledgeBench Ltd in 2003 and Isocra Ltd in 1998.
Denis has experience of managing and building many different kinds of web-based system, from company websites and photo galleries to intranets requiring on-demand graphing, timesheet input and database integration.
Denis is a consultant for IndigoBlue, whose programme and project management services enable organisations to significantly improve their ability to deliver IT projects: reducing cost, raising quality by using Agile techniques. As well as training, Denis provides consultancy at board level on IT strategy and the practical application of Agile project management as well as all aspects of website development and monitoring.
Etc Venues, Tenter House
By Underground - Moorgate Station (Northern, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith and City Lines).
Moorgate has 4 exits and you need to head towards the 2 exits either side of Moorfields Road (these exits are towards the Metropolitan line gates). As you come out onto Moorfields Road you will see a Holland and Barrett store adjacent to the tube station – Tenter House is the next building a few yards further up on the same side of the road, just before the Red Cross building.
The starting point in your web project management training, this course can be taken alone, or followed by the second and third in the series, Planning Web Projects and Avoiding Web Project Disasters. Web Project Management - Planning covers detailed planning and specification, allowing you to work with the trainer to create a project plan in class, and the third Web Project Management - Avoiding Disasters, introduces strategies for avoiding common pitfalls.
Contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 020 7269 1470 to reserve your spaces.