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Comprehensive Project Management Workshop

Comprehensive Project Management Workshop

Holiday Inn Hotel, Bandung  | October 12-16, 2009 | Rp.  7.300.000,-


In just five days, refresh your PM expertise and chart a journey toward PM certification.

Want to move ahead toward achieving your Project Management Professional (PMP) certification while gaining new PM skills and enhancing existing ones?

In this week-long learning program, you’ll examine a complete arsenal of PM competencies and methods and learn a common and precise language to communicate and define project needs effectively. In addition, you’ll acquire skills to resolve project issues through an alignment with the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).This seminar will help you roadmap your PM future-and your ongoing career success.

How You Will Benefit

  • Learn all aspects of project management from the perspective of the PMBOK Guide
  • Acquire necessary prerequisite knowledge to enter a PMP Exam Prep training program
  • Achieve competence in the nine project management knowledge areas and five process groups
  • Master the 44 competencies outlined in the PMBOK Guide
  • Learn the techniques of documenting project risks, assumptions and constraints
  • Become skilled at identifying and performing stakeholder analysis
  • Learn how to develop a WBS and create a project charter
  • Get skills to determine the critical path of a project
  • Learn how to staff your project for optimum results
  • Become skilled in executing, monitoring and controlling the tasks defined in your project plan

What You Will Cover

Day 1:

Examining the Project Management Framework

  • Exploring characteristics of projects
  • Reviewing project management terminology
  • Considering environmental influences

Reviewing the Project Management Body of Knowledge

  • Describing the project management process groups
  • The project management knowledge areas
  • Project management competency standards

Initiating the Project

  • Using project selection methods
  • Defining project scope
  • Documenting project risks, assumptions and constraints
  • Identifying and performing stakeholder analysis
  • Evaluating the project charter

Day 2:

Planning the Project

  • Defining and recording requirements, constraints and assumptions
  • Identifying project team members and defining roles and responsibilities
  • Creating the work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Developing the change management plan
  • Identifying risks and defining risk strategies
  • Obtaining plan approval
  • Conducting the kickoff meeting

Day 3:

Executing the Project

  • Executing the tasks defined in the project plan
  • Ensuring a common understanding and setting expectations
  • Implementing a quality management plan
  • Executing approved changes, actions and workarounds
  • Improving team performance

Day 4:

Monitoring and Controlling the Project

  • Measuring project performance
  • Verifying and managing changes to the project
  • Ensuring that project deliverables conform to quality standards
  • Monitoring all project risks

Day 5:

Closing the Project

  • Obtaining final acceptance for the project
  • Getting financial, legal and administrative closure
  • Releasing project resources
  • Identifying, documenting and communicating lessons learned
  • Creating and distributing a final project report
  • Archiving and retaining project records
  • Measuring customer satisfaction

Who Should Attend

Project managers, program managers, and project team leaders who have several years of experience initiating, planning and managing projects, and project team members who are interested in enhancing their career by preparing to become a certified PMP.

Extended Training Description

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize, Apply, and Align Your Project Management Approach with the Fundamental Concepts of Project Management in the PMBOK® Guide
  • Connect the Process Groups, Knowledge Areas, and Processes in a Practical and Usable Way
  • Build the Key Deliverables and Structure to Get Your Project Started Effectively and Efficiently
  • Develop a Comprehensive and Appropriate Project Management Plan as a Blueprint to Effective Project Execution
  • Implement the Project Plan By Managing, Coordinating, and Collaborating with the Project Team and Key Project Stakeholders
  • Monitor and Control Project Work to Meet Well-Defined Performance Objectives and Success Criteria
  • Develop and Implement a Plan to Close the Project and Transition Ongoing Product Support to Operations

Foundation Concepts

  • Define Key Characteristics of Projects, Products, Programs and Portfolios
  • Apply Project Management Terminology from the PMBOK® Guide
  • Recognize Organizational and Environmental Influences on Projects
  • Identify Key General Management and Interpersonal Skills of Effective Project Managers

Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Areas

  • Define and Map the Project Management Process Groups, Knowledge Areas and Processes
  • Use the PMBOK® Guide as a Reference for Your Projects
  • Recognize the Importance of Establishing a Project Management Methodology and Project Management Information System

Getting Projects Started

  • Describe Project Selection Methods to Select the Right Projects
  • Identify and Analyze Key Project Stakeholders
  • Develop the Project Charter

Developing the Project Management Plan: Scope, Schedule, Human Resources, and Communications

  • Develop the Key Elements of the Project Management Plan
  • Collect and Define Stakeholder Requirements
  • Define and Detail the Project Scope Baseline
  • Develop the Project Schedule Baseline
  • Identify the Project Team Members and Their Skills/Roles/Responsibilities
  • Plan Stakeholder Communications

Developing the Project Management Plan: Cost, Quality, Risk, Procurement, and Obtaining Project Management Plan Approval

  • Create the Project Budget or Cost Baseline
  • Establish a Sound Project Quality Baseline
  • Determine How to Approach and Conduct Project Risk Management Activities
  • Analyze the Procurement Requirements for the Project
  • Obtain Approval for the Completed Project Management Plan

Managing Project Execution

  • Conduct an Effective Project Kick-Off Meeting
  • Authorize and Manage Project Work to Achieve Project Objectives
  • Implement Approved Change Requests and Corrective/Preventive Actions
  • Manage the Project Team While Work Is Being Done
  • Identify Qualified External Sellers While Work Is Being Performed
  • Communicate Information Effectively During Project Execution

Monitoring and Controlling Project Work

  • Monitor and Control the Triple Constraint: Scope, Schedule, Budget
  • Compare Actual Project Performance Against the Project Management Plan
  • Forecast Future Project Performance and Trend Analysis
  • Manage Project Changes as Work Is Being Done
  • Identify, Track, and Monitor Project Issues and Risks
  • Report Project Status and Progress Measurements

Closing the Project

  • Achieve Administrative Closure for the Project
  • Document Formal Acceptance of the Final Project Outcome
  • Close Out the Project Contracts
  • Create and Distribute the Final Project and Lessons Learned Reports
  • Archive and Retain Project Records


Prof. DR. Ir. Marimin, M.Sc &/or DR. Ir. Antarikso Abdulrahman, MBA, CPIM

Prof. DR. Ir. Marimin, M.Sc is a renowned professor of systems engineering at Industrial Technology Department of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor and several other well-known universities. He teaches on several classes to include Operation Research and Computer Applications, Decision Support System and Decision Techniques, Management Information Systems (MIS), Intelligent and Expert Systems, Production Management and Operation Management whereas total quality function deployment and total quality management are heavily discussed and learned.

He has more than 18 years of research and hands-on experience in the field of management information and decision support system development, software system implementation and design, networking and system analyst, higher education quality assurance specialist, financial analyst for feasibility study, mathematical model development for performance evaluation as well as monitoring evaluation system both in Indonesia and abroad such as Canada, Japan, South Korea, Belgium, Spain, France and China.

During his tenure, he has worked for both private and public sectors in government, corporate, and educational environments; including facilitating workshops and training since 1990. He is also an active member of Indonesian Engineer Association and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

Mr. Marimin has authored 69 systems engineering and management articles in leading national and international journal and conferences and has published 2 books, Expert Systems Application and Multi-criterion Decision Making. He earned his B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from IPB of Bogor, a M.Sc. in Computer Science from University of Western Ontario, Canada and a Ph.D. in System Engineering from Osaka University, Japan

DR. Ir. Antarikso Abdulrahman, MBA, CPIM is an expert in operations management both as an academician and a practitioner. He is a graduate of the Mechanical Engineering Department of ITB, and he received an MBA degree from the University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI, USA). His doctoral degree is from the Smeal College of Business Administration of the Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA, USA). He is Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS), USA. He is a member of APICS, SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers), USA and CIPS (Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply), UK.


October 12-16, 2009
5 days

Holiday Inn Hotel, Bandung

Tuition Fee

Rp.  7.300.000,- per participant, excluding accomodation & tax.


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