MANAGING PROJECT QUALITY

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MANAGING PROJECT QUALITY

Contents:
  • Introduction to Project Quality Management
  • Project Quality Initiation
  • Project Quality Planning
  • Project Quality Assurance
  • Project Quality Control
  • Project Quality Closure
  • Summary and Challenges

Introduction to Project Management

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Introduction to Project Management


10 Reasons To Be a PMP Certified

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10 Reasons To Be a PMP Certified

***Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification is the most coveted credential in project management offered by the reputed PMI.

***If you plan on a long term career as a project manager, then yes, even with your level of experience, I would suggest getting your PMP. I say this for the following reasons.

***Will expose you to mainstream thinking on project management standards, techniques, best practices, and current trends.

Why Projects Fail: Top 10 Reasons For Project Failure

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Why Projects Fail: Top 10 Reasons For Project Failure

ProjectManager.com Director Jennifer Whitt reveals the top 10 causes and reasons
 why projects fail. These include:
1) Unaligned expectations
2) Implementing before the project is baselined
3) Inexperienced and untrained resources
4) Inadequate systems
5) Inaccessible systems
6) Team conflict
7) "Us" vs "them" mentality
8) Misaligned resources
9) Switching priorities
10) Uncontrolled scope

Control of Risk - A Guide to the Systematic Management of Risk From Construction

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Control of Risk - A Guide to the Systematic
 Management of Risk From Construction

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PMP ARABIC BOOK

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PMP ARABIC BOOK

Process Safety Management Training

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Process Safety Management Training

The purpose of this training module is to provide a working knowledge of OSHA's Process Safety Management (PSM) standard to small business owners and their employees, as well as to other interested parties. The module consists of an instructional video with its accompanying PowerPoint lecture, and a checklist for conducting a PSM audit. The training addresses the nature of the PSM hazards as they relate to small business workplaces and reviews the key compliance elements of the standard, including: Block Diagrams, Process & Instrumentation Drawings, Mechanical Integrity Certificates, Process Hazard Analysis, Inspection, Maintenance and Testing Protocols, Management of Change, and Training for Employees and Contractors. Although initially developed with the needs of Georgia companies in mind, this PSM training module will also serve as an important resource accessible to small businesses, safety professionals, and consultants administering, reviewing, auditing or initiating PSM programs across the country.
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