Published on July 8, 2009
Project Management for Training Jeffrey Keefer July 7, 2009—Class 2 firstname.lastname@example.org X75.9952.001—Spring 2008 Tuesdays, 6:30pm – 8:30pm Location: http://www.epsilen.com/crs/096318
Agenda • Review CIQ • Final Class Date / Time Change • Discuss—“The Training Proposal” handout • Discuss—Managing Training Projects • Final Project Overview • Project Terms Review • ADDIE • PMI Project Management Knowledge Areas • Project Initiation & Charter • Organizational Context • The Triple Constraint • BREAK • Project Goals, Objectives, and Scope • Organizations—PMI & ASTD • CIQ 2
Critical Incident Questionnaire Results: 3 3
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“The Training Proposal” Handout 5
“Managing Training Projects” 6
Final Project (Training Plan) 1. Identify a learning need 3. Create a Training Plan for it – ADDIE – Project Life Cycle 5. Present it (via PPT) 7
Let’s Review Project Terms. . . • Project • Project Management • Stakeholders • Project Manager • Project Team • Sponsor 8
“Traditional” ADDIE 9
ADDIE Training Cycle ADDIE is the standard model of the training design process: 1. Analyze (the need) 2. Design (the objectives and strategy) 3. Develop (the training program itself) 4. Implement (the training design) 5. Evaluate (if the objectives were met) 11
Project Life Cycle The Project Life Cycle includes the phases of the project from the beginning to the end This can also be thought of in ADDIE terms 12
PMI Project Management Knowledge Areas 1. Project Integration Management 2. Project Scope Management 3. Project Time Management 4. Project Cost Management 5. Project Quality Management 6. Project Human Resource Management 7. Project Communications Management 8. Project Risk Management 9. Project Procurement Management 13
Project Life Cycle: Project Initiation 14
Project Initiation (Scoping the Project) • Project Request – Project Concept Document • Establish Goals and Objectives • Identify Success Criteria • List Assumptions, Risks, and Obstacles • Project Roles defined – includes project team and customer 15
Project Charter (Project Definition) • Formal document that acknowledges and recognizes a project exists • Includes: – Statement of work – Product scope description – Strategic plan – Project overview – Project objectives – Requirements – Business Justification – Resources / cost estimates – Roles and responsibilities – Sign-off 16
Organizational Context 17
Project Parameters 1. Scope 2. Time 3. Cost 4. Resources 5. Quality
Scope A statement that defines the boundaries of the project.
Time The deadline for a project
Cost The budget for doing the project
The Triple Constraint 22
Resources Assets (people, equipment, materials) that can be scheduled
Quality The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill requirements (ISO 9000)
Scope Creep Scope Creep is any change in the project not in the original plan. 25
Project Goal • Project goals provide purpose and direction • SMART Goals – Specific – Measurable – Attainable – Realistic – Time-bound 27
Project Objectives Objectives are more detailed versions of the goal 28
Success Criteria • The measurable business value that results from the project: – Increased value – Reduced costs – Improved service • What must happen for the customer and team to agree the project is a 29 success
Assumptions, Risks, and Obstacles Assumptions: – Technological – Environmental – Interpersonal – Cultural – Causal relationship Risks Obstacles 30
Final Project (Training Plan) 1. Identify a learning need 3. Create a Training Plan for it – ADDIE – Project Life Cycle 5. Present it (via PPT) 31
Project Charter & Project Concept Document 32
Discuss Learning Need (Final Project Ideas) 33
Critical Incident Questionnaire (CIQ) Online http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm (v6) 35
Next Deliverables Check / Locate and reply in Read Upload Any course Heldman 3 Project forum (5, 6, 7) Forms Complete and Submit Project Prepare Chapter Charter & Project to Explain Concept Document 36
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