151 E. Wacker Dr.
Chicago, Illinois 60601

Learning Objectives:

Project Management course based on the ISQI Certified Professional for Software Project Management.

* Provide a basis of knowledge required for successful initiation and execution of projects
* Understand project planning and the components of a project plan
* Know how to steer projects and secure quality
* Learn the definition of Human Resource Management as a component of project management
* How to oversee projects by analyzing risk
* Structured preparation for the examination of the “iSQI the Certified Project Manager“


A large number of software development projects end with substantial deficits, many completely failing. The focus of this course is the basics of project management in software development projects. Covering classical project management activities as well as quality and risk management for software projects and emphasizing in depth the critical success factor in project execution of “Human Resource Management“.

This course combines specific characteristics adapted to the requirements and conditions of the modern and innovative software industry. This course brings together the critical aspects of other general project management certifications tailored specificity for requirements of software projects.

* Overview, bases, terms
* Project organizational types
* Process and procedural models
* Project initiation and aims of the project
* Project planning
* Project steering and control
* Requirements management
* Human resource management
* Project acceptance and conclusion
* Risk management, project management from another perspective
* Overview of software quality management
* Software development with CMMI and SPICE


Basic knowledge of the software development is preferred, but not essential.
Target Audience:

Project Managers, Quality Managers, Software Project Managers

Official Website: http://www.methodpark.com/en/training/courses-details/isqiR-certified-professional-for-project-management/

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