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Attending the foundation Introduction to Project Management course london will provide individuals with the basics of planning, time management, budgeting and more.

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Below are some extracts from our Introduction to Project Management manual.

Fundamentals of Project Management

What is a project?

How can we manage something if we can’t define it?


·         What are the key characteristics of a project?

·         What makes a project different from the normal daily tasks? How is this different to business as usual (BAU)?

Key Characteristics

Projects are unique, temporary endeavours undertaken to achieve a desired outcome. Projects bring about change

Purposeful – they are fulfilling some kind of need

A way of achieving an objective or strategic goal

Temporary – have a defined start point and end point

Have a life-cycle – distinct phases which have their own challenges and characteristics

Unique – each project is unlike any other project. It may be similar to other projects; never exactly the same

Complex – many separate but connected tasks, many of them are interdependent


Projects are Different

VUCA Environment






Projects (VUCA) versus                             BAU

Unique                                                         Repetitive

Defined start and finish                            On-going

Involve uncertainty                                    Based on experience

Have a specifically assembled team       Established resources

Dynamic environment                              Stable environment


Project Variables


·         What are our components and tools?

·         What variables do we need to manage?


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