• Understand the basic principles of project management
  • Understand the stages and content of the stages in project management
  • Know about tasks, objectives and need for project management
  • Know the areas of application for project management methodologies
  • Create requirement and functional specifications
  • Know about the organisational roles in projects, competence requirements placed on a
  • project manager and the project team
  • Know about methods of managing interfaces and deliveries

SEE ALSO MANAGEMENT

  • Know the project management tools and techniques
  • Use project management models (e.g. Waterfall)
  • Know the project management methodologies (e.g. Scrum, PRINCE2, agile approach, extreme programming)
  • Know project management techniques (e.g., Gantt chart, PERT)
  • Know about the requirements placed on a project management tool
  • Use project management tools (e.g., MS Excel®, MS Project®, Mindjet MindManager®)
  • Use of appropriate tools for time management
  • Know how to identify the information resources to risk management in the project
  • Use appropriate tools for time management
  • Prepare and implement changes to the project
  • Assess progress of a project/success of a project during the project
  • Conduct post-project assessments to determine best practices for next time
  • Know the phases of project planning
  • Convey a project context analysis and definition
  • Do task and performance planning
  • Estimate effort and resource planning
  • Do the cost planning
  • Know about workflow, deadline and resource planning
  • Conduct an assessment and the prioritisation (e.g. work packages)
  • Define the critical success factors in project management and in communication within the project
  • Identify risks and manage risk within the project
  • Know about Risk Management methods
  • Do project risk planning
  • Know how to identify the information resources to risk management within the project
  • Identify categories and sources of risk - internal, imminent, introduced during implementation
  • Understand the concepts of risk modelling and evaluate the correlation between different types of risk
  • Understand approaches to recognition of risk, its measurement and risk prevention in the aspects of cost and the integration of communication technology
  • Monitor risk, create channels of communication to inform stakeholders

SEE ALSO CORPORATE MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES

  • Define, analyse and monitor key project indicators and success factors of the project
  • Conduct project controlling tasks, methods and procedures
  • Determine and manage critical paths
  • Perform time management in products and typical “time guzzlers”
  • Define measures in the event of deviation from plans
  • Follow and make changes to the project documentation
  • Coordinating tasks and activities and information management within the project and with the world outside the project
  • Know about project communication and manage communication in the project
  • Know about project communication tasks and objectives

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SKILLS

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

  • Know about change management methods
  • Prepare and implement changes to the project
  • Implement changes based on mid-project assessments
  • Know communication strategies accompanying change management measures
  • Know about change management approaches (e.g. participation, integration, leadership, training)

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SKILLS

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

  • Know the ways of project reporting
  • Define and monitor key project figures
  • Prepare status reports
  • Do project presentation (e.g., to steering committee and outsiders)

Archive all project results and project-relevant information (e.g., information products, supplier’s documentation, service provider’s documentation, certificates and declarations as well as internal information)

SEE ALSO INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

SEE ALSO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY