This program presents material sequentially as it will likely occur in actual projects. You’ll gain a better understanding of how to apply project management concepts and the variations between them. Key and critical topics are explored in-depth as is appropriate for an intermediate, advanced level understanding. You will learn about project selection, developing project strategies, creating a schedule model, statusing and forecasting, project recovery, and more.
This program meets or exceeds the educational requirements for those interested in the Project Management Professional PMP® certification.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), PMI®, PMP®, and the PMI R.E.P. logo are either marks or registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
You will learn how to do the following tasks as they relate to Project Management:
- Understand project proposals, definitions and selections
- Manage robust planning components and the Project Management Plan
- Fulfill project manager’s role during the project’s execution phase
- Evaluate project performance and determine project health
- Assess project recovery alternatives and develop recovery plan
- Manage project closure and transitioning processMeet or exceed the educational pre-requisites for the PMP® certification
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