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Overview Project Productivity Improvement
What the course is all about, its basics, its bigger predecessors
If we try to define a project, we can see that “a project is a temporary undertaking that moves towards attaining a particular goal or objective to bring about improvements or changes or new products or service altogether within a fixed business structure.”
The Productivity Project Improvement is a part and parcel of Project Management. With its inception in the 1950s, it was formally selected as a methodical approach to implement the tasks and plans that were prepared to achieve a project objective.
Some postulations dictated the manner in which each project was considered and the approach was homogeneously applied to throughout the industries. This was a conservative approach and that suggested the plans would stay unchanged after the settlement was reached and no changes or risks were encountered thereafter. The productivity project, in this case, was open to being influenced in some way or the other within businesses. So, this was a rather inflexible process.
As the years rolled by, and as many diverse notions and methodologies came into being, Project Management became more flexible helping project managers to be successful in their ventures.
In Project Management training, you need to have a deep interest in Project Management, basic computer knowledge and the passion to learn and acquire knowledge.
The PPI course covers the application of Project Productivity on Development as part and parcel of the ADM lifecycle. This is the first of the course series on Project Productivity. The second of the series will deal with PPI tools and it will encompass Primavera. It will show the manner in which these processes are implemented.
Legacy modernization or software modernization is the conversion, rewriting, or porting of a legacy system and to a modern computer programming language software libraries, protocols, or hardware platforms. Referring to ADM, it is the initiative to standardize views of the existing systems so that common modernization activity is enabled including code analysis and comprehension, software transformation.
Project Management encompasses Project Management Characteristics, Life Cycle and Phases, Process Groups and Knowledge Areas, Project Integration Management, Scope Managementand Time Management. Three factors – time, cost and scope determine the way Project Management is carried out directs the project manager when making different types of decisions. These are three constraints in the realm of Project Management. As these aspects determine the approaches and the manner in which the project is devised there are phases or processes to project that bear the same characteristics. It is these projects that make up the project’s lifecycle and every stage determines the progress of the project. These phases include:
- Monitor and Control
Who is this course for?
The productivity project likeliest target audience for this training is for the students. IT Software professionals including administrators, developers, architects, implementers are in all probability the best receptors of this course because they can relate to it very professionally. Apart from these, students and professionals, anyone who is interested in operating and learning about Project Productivity Improvement processes are the likeliest to do justice to all that it has to offer and can be successful in the Project Productivity training.
The productivity project learners need to have a rudimentary knowledge of SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle). It is also beneficial if they have knowledge of Software EngineeringOperations. They also need to have some idea of the working of the Windows/Linux environment. Insights into software engineering operations and knowledge of these operations aid the learner or professional into an easier understanding of the concepts of the course. Apart from this, as Windows is ubiquitous, knowledge of its environment helps the learner to delve deeper into the fineries of the course.
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