The Project “Scope-Resource-Schedule” (SRS) Model
Also known as the “triple constraints” model, a project success is often contingent upon “triple constraints”, i.e. project scope, resource and schedule. A good project management and his team should be capable of delivering high quality and successful projects outcomes within scope, on time using the allocated resources. The relationship among these three “constraints” is such that if any one of the three factors changes, at least one other factor is likely to be affected also.
Participants will learn how to manage the “triple constraints” and meet the challenging demands of a project.
Project Risk Management
This section prepares you to manage and address the challenges and risks of project management by applying the following methods:
- Risk management planning
- Risk identification
- Risk analysis
- Risk response planning
- Risk monitoring and control
Project Human Resource Management
Project management also involves applying the right interpersonal skills, team management skills and communication skills, (or human resource management in general) to the team. Human resource planning describes the processes that organise and manage the project team. It further determines the project roles, responsibilities, reporting relationship and communication channels within teams.
In this section, the following will be covered:
- Planning the human resource
- Acquiring the project team
- Developing the project team
- Managing the project team