cpmgt303 | undergraduate
Project Estimating And Control Techniques
To be successful, project managers must analyze alternative project decisions by relying heavily on project estimating and control tools and techniques. This course provides students with the skills required to plan, baseline, monitor, analyze, and evaluate project performance. Students work in groups to analyze program parameters and work situations.
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Estimating Costs and Budgeting
- Estimate activity costs.
- Develop an overall project budget.
- Estimate return on investment.
- Plan quality.
Monitoring and Controlling
- Describe techniques for controlling cost.
- Select techniques for controlling schedule.
- Explain how to monitor and control project work.
- Determine how to control scope.
Perform Quality Assurance and Quality Control
- Explain how to perform quality assurance.
- Select ways to perform quality control.
- Describe ways to close project or phase.
Introduction to Project Estimation
- Explain the effects of capitalization and expense for project estimation.
- Demonstrate how project estimating techniques are used in an organization.
- Describe project estimation techniques.
- Estimate activity resources.
- Estimate activity duration.
- Develop a schedule.
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