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Project Scope and Schedule Management






Training scope:
  • project’s scope and schedule – two of the three main project’s constraints
  • project team planning approach
  • project scope management processes
  • project requirements definition and approval
  • scope planning based on requirements
  • project scope statement
  • work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • the role of WBS in project planning and control
  • activities definition based on the WBS
  • activities duration estimating techniques
  • project schedule development
  • forecasting the course of the project using historical data
  • integrated change management process
  • management of schedule deviations
  • summary of the project in terms of scope and schedule
The training introduces participants to the world of managing the two of three main constraints of a project: scope and time. Detailed definition of these parameters is a key element of project planning. The scope determines the target products of the project and is the result of the approval of the requirements of its stakeholders. It is often presented in the form of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), which constitute the basis for future planning, including defining project activities, allocating resources

”Scope and Schedule Management” is one of the five PMP® Academy training courses preparing for the PMP® exam. Its content is based on the current PMP® exam content outline with additional remarks referring to PMBOK® Guide 7th Edition.​
Learn how to:
  • moderate project scope and time planning processes with participation of project team and stakeholders​
  • conduct the process of identification, analysis and approval of project/iteration requirements to define the scope​
  • create a work breakdown structure (WBS)​
  • estimate tasks duration and create/analyze schedule​
  • control and report project’s status regarding scope performance​
  • perform integrated change management process.
Recommended audience:​
  • project managers​
  • project teams members​
  • project steering committees members​
  • everyone interested in achieving high competences in project management​
  • candidates for PMP®/CAPM® certifications.​

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