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What is Project Management professional?

PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.

What is Project Management professional?

PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects.

This recognition is seen through increased marketability to employers and higher salary; according to the PMI Project Management Salary Survey Seventh Edition, certification positively impacts project manager salaries.

At the end of this course, participants will gain the following:

Understand the Project Management concept created by PMI /USA, and apply those concepts practically through interactive workshops for Scope Management, Cost Management, Time Management, and Risk Management …etc.

Understand the nature and tricks of the PMP exam.

Understand the new concept of Project Management created by PMI.

Understand the whole areas of knowledge in the PMBOK “the latest version, 5th edition”.

Integration Management, Scope management, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Communications Management and Risk Management.

Procurement and Stakeholder Management and correlate them with the processes of project management in addition to the Professional Responsibility.

Practice for the exam.

Determine the gap areas you have.

Develop Confidence.

Recieve tips for the exam.

Audience for the PMBOK Guide?

This standard provides a foundational reference for anyone interested in the profession of project management. This includes, but is not limited to:

 

 

Senior executives.

Program and project managers.

Other project team members.

Members of a project management office.

Customers and other stakeholders.

Functional managers with employees assigned to project teams.

Educators teaching project management and related subjects.

Consultants and other specialists in project management and related fields.

Trainers developing project management educational programs.

Researchers analyzing project management.

Course Curriculum:

 

Introduction

Purpose of the PMBOKƒƒ‚® GUIDE.

What is a project?

What is project management?

Relationships among portfolio, program, project & organizational project management.

Relationships between project management, operations management & organizational strategy.

Role of the project manager.

Project management body of knowledge.

Organizational Influences and project life cycle

Organizational influence on project management.

Project stakeholders and governance.

Project team.

Project life cycle.

Project Management processes

Common project management process interaction.

Project management process group.

Initiating process group.

Planning process group.

Executing process group.

Monitoring and controlling process group.

Closing process group.

Project information.

Role of the knowledge area.

Project Integration Management

 

Develop project charter.

Develop project management plan.

Direct and manage project execution.

Monitor and control project work.

Perform integrated change control.

Close project or phase.

Project Scope Management

 

Plan scope management.

Collect requirements.

Define scope.

Create work breakdown structure.

Validate scope.

Control scope.

Project Time Management

Plan schedule management.

Define activities.

Sequence activities.

Estimate activity resource.

Estimate activity duration.

Develop schedule.

Control schedule.

Project Cost Management

Plan cost management.

Estimate costs.

Determine budget.

Control costs.

Project Quality Management

Plan quality management.

Perform quality assurance.

Perform quality control.

Project Human Recourses Management

Plan HR Management.

Acquire project team.

Develop project team.

Manage project team.

Project Communication Management

Plan communications management.

Manage communications.

Control communications.

Project Risk Management

Plan risk management.

Identify risks.

Perform qualitative risk analysis.

Perform quantitative risk analysis.

Plan risk responses.

Monitor and control risks in chapter eleven.

Project Procurement Management

Plan procurement management.

Conduct procurements.

Control procurements.

Close procurements.

 

Project Stakeholder Management

Identify stakeholders.

Plan stakeholder management.

Manage stakeholder engagement.

Engage stakeholder engagement.

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