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Project Management 

Take greater control of your projects and your teams right from day one. 

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Implement tried-and-true methods for keeping projects on target and on budget

How many projects in your organization have come in on time and on budget? Are you panicking because you've been asked to lead a project and are not sure where to begin? Have you lost money on a sure-thing project and had no idea why? Are many of your biggest projects failing outright while others lag months behind schedule?

This training will give you the confidence and tools you need to manage projects more effectively than ever before. It all adds up to more efficiency, more control, and a lot less stress.

The Project Management training is based on the PMP Examination Specification, which describes tasks out of five performance domains:

  • Initiating the project

  • Planning the project

  • Executing the project

  • Monitoring and controlling the project

  • Closing the project

Mapped to these five process groups are ten project management Knowledge Areas:

  • Project Integration Management

  • Project Scope Management

  • Project Time Management

  • Project Cost Management

  • Project Quality Management

  • Project Human Resource Management

  • Project Communications Management

  • Project Risk Management

  • Project Procurement Management

  • Project Stakeholder Management

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Stats talk 
For Themselves

The training covers 49 process groups and 10 knowledge areas that are mapped within 5 process groups which are Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring, and Closing.


Client Success

Clients are always able to go back and implement what they learn and grow


Individuals Trained

We have been doing this for a while and exactly know how to do it.


Businesses guided

We even consult to setup a project management office in your work place


Students with PMP 

Almost all of our students go on to become a PMP or CAPM certified Project managers

Best teacher is the one who makes learning fun

Chirag Warty

Senior Vice President, Quanical 

He received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Mississippi with specialization in Telecom, Masters of Engineering from University of Illinois Chicago and executive MBA from Cornell University.  His other alma mater includes Harvard University, MIT, Stanford, Cornell, UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC San Diego. He is a Adjunct faculty for Univ of California Los Angeles, University of Rome, University of Mumbai,  VJTI  and IIT Bombay. 


Quanical has consulted for conglomerates like Aditya Birla Group, Tata Sons, Reliance, Wockhardt, Danube Group and others for building of their Employer Brand and Digital strategy. The group has their presence in 4 continents and invests heavily in people.  


Chirag has managed technological teams in US, Italy and India. He is on the advisory board of several companies around the globe. He is currently on the Advisory Board for 13 companies and more.

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Project management 

who should attend ?

Project managers are always in demand: No matter what the industry, qualified professionals are always needed to plan and provision the work. Of course, that’s just the high-level view of project management, which can be a complex and rewarding career. Why project management? If you’ve wondered whether becoming a project manager is right for you, this article can help clarify why project management might be your best career move.

Anyone either fresher or a professional should know how to plan and execute projects because we do all kinds of project in our regular lives.

why Project management ?

The basic principles of project management include planning, organizing, securing, controlling, leading and managing resources and tasks to achieve specific business goals. Project managers determine strategies to kick off the project, evaluate and understand the project requirements, analyze and bring the required professionals on board, and monitor the progress of the work.

In addition, a project manager also:

  • Decides which skill sets are required for the project

  • Sets the budget for the work

  • Leads meetings to track the project’s progress

  • Sets the schedule and time frame for the project and all subprojects

  • Decides how the work will be completed

  • Reports on progress to stakeholders

  • Manages the culture of the team and organization

Juggling multiple projects, schedules, and tasks can be extremely difficult, but with training and experience, individuals can learn to handle this and more.

Scope of Project Management

Like many jobs, project management requires a person to have a variety of skills to be successful. In addition to keen organizational skills, project managers should also be effective problem solvers, have above-average math skills and be clear communicators. For those who enjoy varied responsibilities, project management may be a good match.

Some other reasons to study project management include the following.

  • The demand for project managers is high. The Project Management Institute (PMI®) expects 22 million new project management job openings through 2027.

  • Project managers are needed in a wide variety of industries. Although quite common in the IT field, project-oriented work is also common in the business service, oil and gas, finance and insurance, manufacturing, construction and utility industries—all over the world.

  • Salaries for project managers are competitive. According to Glassdoor, the national average entry-level project manager salary is $59,680.

  • Studying helps prospective project managers gain the various skills needed to accomplish the multitude of tasks required to get a job done.

  • There are plenty of opportunities for advancement. Highly experienced, specialized, certified project managers can expect to see double the entry-level salary or more.

  • Project managers can really make a difference. They directly impact not only morale but the company’s bottom line. In addition to the enviable salary, that’s a fairly nice reward.

  • Some consider project management to be CEO training. Both roles have similar challenges and requirements: working with and for investors, project teams and clientsas well as deal with many of the same pressures and financial restraints.

  • Project managers are always learning. They must regularly refresh their knowledge of processes and structures, new markets, technology, products and services, and customers.

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Get Trained by world class Project managers?

Trainings for you or your team can be arranged at your convenience and we will make sure you get trained by world class project managers who have been through the journey you are going through.


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