1 - Getting Started with Project Management
Define Project Management BasicsIdentify Influencing FactorsDefine Project Management Certifications
2 - Launching Projects
How Organizations Choose the Right Project Identify Project Stakeholders and Their Expectations Authorize a ProjectIdentify the Project Scope
3 - Estimating Project Work
Develop a WBSIdentify the Relationships Between Work PackagesIdentify ResourcesEstimate Time
4 - Creating a Project Schedule
Develop a Project ScheduleCreate a Schedule Baseline
5 - Planning Project Costs
Establish Project CostsEstablish the Cost BaselineReconcile Funding and Costs
6 - Planning for Risk
Create a Risk Management Plan Identify Risks and Their Causes Analyze Risks Develop a Risk Response Plan
7 - Planning for Quality and Compliance
Deliver the Desired Project Results Verify Compliance Requirements
8 - Managing the Project Team
Plan Your Project Team Assemble the TeamDevelop the TeamManage the Team
9 - Managing Project Procurements
Plan for Project Procurements Obtain Responses from Vendors Select the Right Vendor Manage Vendors and Procurements
10 - Managing Change During Project Execution
Prepare for Project ExecutionManage Project Changes Monitor the Project Scope
11 - Monitoring and Controlling Project Schedule and Cost
Monitor and Control the Project Schedule Optimize the Project Schedule Monitor and Control Project Cost
12 - Monitoring and Controlling Risk and Quality
Monitor and Control Risks Put Quality Plans into Action Control Project Quality
13 - Communicating and Reporting
Communicate During a ProjectDistribute Project Information Manage Stakeholder Relationships and Expectations Report on Project Performance
14 - Closing the Project
Deliver the Final ProductClose Project Procurements Close the Project
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This course is designed for any individual who might need to perform project management activities in their job role on either a formal or informal basis, or any individual who wants to build upon their current project management knowledge to be more productively involved on a project team.
This course is not specifically designed for students who are seeking project management-related certification. Rather, it is designed to introduce a structure to help students more effectively manage projects as well as participate fully on a project team.
To ensure your success in this course, you should be familiar with basic project management concepts and have some working experience with project management. Experience with a specific project management software tool is not required. Basic computing skills and some experience using Microsoft® Office is desirable but not required.