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Project Manager



The project manager is in charge of organizing every project activity. This position will be responsible for leading the whole project life cycle, including scope development, planning, analysis, measurement, and communication. Meetings of project work groups are led by the project manager, who also facilitates discussion on project deliverable, identifies action items and assigns them to team members for follow-up and completion, identifies threats and opportunities, and secures extra resources as required. The project manager is also in charge of planning, managing, and coordinating project operations to guarantee that the aims and objectives of many and significant projects are achieved within the allocated time and budget. sets deadlines for projects and makes sure they are met. keeps projects' integrity and budget in check.

​​Job Responsibilities

  • Assesses, plans, and oversees the implementation of projects for clinical systems; supervises project teams and projects; ensures that deadlines are fulfilled; escalates problems for proper, prompt resolution; and follows established project management procedures.

  • collaborates with clinical, financial, and quality teams to establish and develop metric goals. talks with project personnel and vendors to give support and address issues. communicates with user departments and project teams about project activities. Together with management, you design metrics and tools to assess the success of your goal projects. You also support the development of monitoring standards and procedures.

  • Ensures that performance measurement data is available for inspection and analysis; assesses and promotes workflow and process changes for risk management.

  • operates under broad direction and has a variety of job assignments that call for individual interpretation and decision-making.

  • Reviews project proposals or plans to evaluate time constraints, financing restrictions, and project execution methods (s).

  • Ensures that all personnel needs are satisfied and that resources are allocated to the project's various phases. may contribute to the evaluation of the workers whose work is included in the project's scope, and may assess the performance and reliability of consultants and vendors.

  • Establishes a work schedule and staffing for each project phase, and makes plans for hiring or assigning project people.

  • reports on projects are created for management, clients, or other parties. meets with project team members to discuss issues and offer technical guidance.


What you will Discover

What you will Learn

  • Develop a thorough understanding of the techniques and abilities required to be successful in a project management position at the entry level.

  • Discover how to produce efficient project documentation and artifacts during each stage of a project.

  • Focusing on executing Scrum events, creating Scrum artifacts, and comprehending Scrum roles, you will learn the fundamentals of Agile project management.

  • Real-world scenarios are used to practice strategic communication, problem-solving, and stakeholder management.



Key Skills

Key Skills you will Gain

Creating risk management plans; Understanding process improvement techniques; Managing escalations, team dynamics, and stakeholders; Creating budgets and navigating procurement; Utilizing project management software, tools, and templates; Practising Agile project management, with an emphasis on Scrum.


Course Outline

Course Outline of the Project Manager will be as follows:


  • Organizational Culture

  • Career Development

  • Strategic Thinking

  • Change Management

  • Project Management

  • Stakeholder Management

  • Business Writing

  • Project Charter

  • Project Planning

  • Basic concept and fundamentals of project management

  • Project Life cycle

  • Basic tools, techniques and deliverables used in project

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