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Project Management for Engineers Unit 2: The Project’s Content

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Unit overview

Projects are more likely to succeed if they are set up correctly at the beginning. An important part of that is understanding what need the project is intended to satisfy, what work is required to achieve that satisfaction and whether or not any suggested changes are valuable enough to adopt. This unit looks at how a project manager can ensure the project is set up to deliver the right outputs and only the right outputs.

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Steve Browne is a highly experienced project management practitioner and a very popular trainer on the subject. He has managed projects both large and small, including the delivery of multi-million-pound projects and programmes involving more than one country.

Steve has delivered project management training to a wide range of audiences, technical and non-technical, including 10 Downing Street, as well as public, private and VCSE sector organisations across the country.

He is a member of the Association for Project Management (APM) in the UK and of the Project Management Institute (PMI) in the USA. He holds qualifications from both the APM and PMI as well as being a qualified practitioner and accredited trainer for PRINCE2, Agile Project Management, Change Management and Better Business Cases. He also holds qualifications in Benefits Management and the agile method Scrum.

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What you will learn
By the end of this unit, you will be able to:

• Determine the different stakeholders’ requirements.
• Assess the constraints on your ability to meet those requirements.
• Distinguish between what is within the scope of a project and what is not.
• Evaluate the impact of potential changes to the project.
• Decide whether a change should be made to a project’s scope, plan or budget.
Who should learn
Engineers, Line managers, Anyone responsible for leading a project (many managers have to manage projects of one sort or another, regardless of whether they would regard themselves specifically as project managers).