Initiating a Project
No. of mini-lessons5
No. of mini-lessons 5
Multitasking can be difficult, especially if you’re completing tasks in random or haphazard ways. To effectively and efficiently complete several jobs at once, it’s much easier to plan what you need to do, and when you need to do it. Project management is essentially this, just on a larger scale, and is a key part of business.
Project management organizes work around the project in order to communicate and coordinate tasks throughout departments more effectively. It splits projects into five phases – once they’re all complete, the project life cycle is complete. This course will look at how to get started – the initiation phase.
How to make a business case
How to identify stakeholders and document requirements
How to create a project charter
How to conduct feasibility testing
Why your teams need this course
Project management may seem like a complicated way to reach a target, but careful planning to take a project through its life cycle helps streamline tasks. This makes the process more efficient and less likely to hit bumps along the way. Whether you’re a sole trader, business manager, or in charge of managing projects, this course will help you give new projects a flying start. This is course 1 in a series of 5.
Other courses in this collection
Planning a Project
Making a plan is key for completing projects. Learn how to set and assign tasks, and how to streamline processes for maximum productivity.View course
Executing a Project
Learn how to smoothly execute a plan for a project, and how to monitor each step along the way to ensure successful completion.View course