Introduction to Project Management about 1 day ago

Introduction to Project Management is offered bi-monthly by PMI® Houston. See the PMI® Houston
I often get the question “What exactly Project Management?” so I’ve decided to write this brief Introduction to Project Management from the perspective of the Project Management Institute (PMI). This article is based on a presentation I developed when asked to be a guest speaker at Arizona State University by the PMI Phoenix Chapter.
Introduction to Project Management
Project Management is a structured, ‘lifecycle-based’ approach to help you do the right things at the right time in order to meet your project goals. “Introduction to Project Management” serves as an introduction for new project managers and a refresher for those with more experience. It represents a core of good practice that underpins all of our other resources and it is regularly reviewed to ensure it reflects new tools and techniques to make your job easier. Section 1 – Introduction to Project ManagementIntroduction to Project Management is part of the following CertificatesIntroduction to Project Management
This practical and concise introduction to project management will help you anticipate and manage the challenges ahead. You’ll learn how to develop a project plan, understand the project management life cycle and knowledge areas and become aware of how project management has developed as a science in the United States.The Introduction to Project Management course can also be used as a resource for PMP exam preparation. This course not only prepares you for an exam but also provides information on "how" to perform various project management tasks. In this Introduction to Project Management training class, students will learn the core components and techniques of project management from project start to project close.I often get the question “What exactly Project Management?” so I’ve decided to write this brief Introduction to Project Management from the perspective of the Project Management Institute (PMI). This article is based on a presentation I developed when asked to be a guest speaker at Arizona State University by the PMI Phoenix Chapter.