PMP / RMP / SCRUM Training Pack Bundle

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Description

The purpose of this program is to prepare experienced project management team members to take the PMP ® (Project Management Professional) certification examination. The emphasis is on explaining the PMI ® (Project Management Institute) best practices for project management across the continuum from predictive through adaptive life cycles as proposed in the 6 the edition PMBOK ® (Project Management Body of Knowledge). The course provides the student the information required to understand the concepts that will need to be applied in an analytical manner to answer examination situational questions. It is expected that the student will review these lessons and use practice questions and flash cards to finish preparation for the examination.

This course qualifies for 35 PMP learning credits.

This course is taught by Pete Matassa, President of TechKnowledgy Inc., who has over 20 years of project management instructor experience.

This course is in preparation for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) exam. PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) credential is a solution to project management’s increasing growth, complexity and diversity. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMI-RMP fills the need for a specialist role in project risk management. This certification recognizes the professionals unique expertise and competency in assessing and identifying project risks, mitigating threats and capitalizing on opportunities, while still possessing a core knowledge and practical application in all areas of project management.

This course is led by Belinda Fremouw Goodrich, a globally recognized author and instructor of PMI Risk Management.

A Certified Scrum Master helps project teams properly use Scrum, increasing the likelihood of the project’s overall success. CSMs understand Scrum values, practices, and applications and provide a level of knowledge and expertise above and beyond that of typical project managers. CSMs act as “servant leaders,” helping the rest of the Scrum team work together and learn the Scrum framework.

This course is led by Jay Femon

 

 

Outline

  • Getting Certified to take the Examination
    • Learning objectives – Understanding prerequisites for applying to take the exam and the application process.
  • Techniques for Preparing for and Taking the Examination
    • Learning objectives – Understanding how the exam is structured, as well as tips and tricks for exam preparation and post exam continuing education requirements to maintain the certification are also reviewed.
  • Project Management Framework
    • Learning objectives – Understanding of how the PMBOK is structured, general project management concepts, project management roles and responsibilities, and leadership skills required to be a successful project manager.
  • Project Integration Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Integration Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project integration management.
  • Project Scope Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Scope Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project scope management.
  • Project Schedule Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Schedule Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project schedule management.
  • Project Cost Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Cost Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project cost management.
  • Project Quality Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Quality Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project quality management.
  • Project Resource Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Resource Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project resource management.
  • Project Communications Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Communications Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project communications management.
  • Project Risk Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Risk Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project risk management.
  • Project Procurement Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Procurement Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project procurement management.
  • Project Stakeholder Management
    • Learning objectives – Understanding the Project Stakeholder Management processes, and their associated Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs, as well as key concepts, trends and emerging practices, and tailoring considerations in project stakeholder management.

RMP

 

Module 1: Introduction

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Overview ­Part 1

1.3 Overview­ Part 2

1.4 Overview­ Part 3

1.5 Overview­ Part 4

1.6 Overview­ Part 5

Module 2: Risk Management Concepts

2.1 Risk Definition And Project Risk Management­ Part 1

2.2 Risk Definition And Project Risk Management ­Part 2

2.3 Critical Success Factors For Project Risk Management

2.4 Overall And Individual Risks ­Roles And Responsibilities

Module 3: Risk Management Environment

3.1 Organizational Risk Attitudes

3.2 Organizational Structures

3.3 Stakeholder Identification And Analysis

3.4 Stakeholder Risk Tolerances And Risk Attitudes

Module 4: Project Definition

4.1 Defining The Project And Project Management Plan

4.2 Scope Management­ Part 1

4.3 Scope Management­ Part 2

4.4 Scope Management ­Part 3

4.5 Schedule Management­ Part 1

4.6 Schedule Management­ Part 2

4.7 Schedule Management ­Part 3

4.8 Cost Management­ Part 1

4.9 Cost Management ­Part 2

4.10 Quality Management

Module 5: Risk Management Planning

5.1 Risk Management Planning

5.2 Critical Success Factors

Module 6: Risk Identification

6.1 Risk Identification

6.2 Project Scope Risk

6.3 Project Schedule Risk

6.4 Resource Risk

6.5 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1

6.6 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2

6.7 Tools And Techniques­ Part 3

6.8 Tools And Techniques ­Part 4

Module 7: Qualitative Risk Analysis

7.1 Qualitative Risk Analysis

7.2 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1

7.3 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2

Module 8: Quantitative Risk Analysis

8.1 Quantitative Risk Analysis

8.2 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1

8.3 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2

8.4 Tools And Techniques­ Part 3

Module 9: Risk Response Planning

9.1 Risk Response Planning

9.2 Risk Responses

9.3 Negative And Positive Risk Responses

9.4 Tools And Techniques­ Part 1

9.5 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2

9.6 Results

Module 10: Risk Monitoring And Controlling

10.1 Risk Monitoring And Controlling

10.2 Tools And Techniques

10.3 Conclusion

Scrum

Module 1: Development Methods
1.1 Introduction To Certified Scrum Master
1.2 Development Methods

Module 2: Agile Manifesto Principles
2.1 Agile Manifesto Principles

Module 3: Scrum
3.1 Scrum
3.2 Scrum Summary

Module 4: Why Scrum
4.1 Why Scrum

Module 5: Scrum-Roles Overview
5.1 Scrum-Roles Overview

Module 6: Product Owner
6.1 Product Owner

Module 7: Scrum Master
7.1 Scrum Master

Module 8: Scrum Team
8.1 Scrum Team

Module 9: Scrum Process
9.1 Scrum Process

Module 10: Scrum Project Phase
10.1 Scrum Project Phase

Module 11: Plan and Estimate
11.1 Plan and Estimate

Module 12: Implement
12.1 Implement

Module 13: Review and Retrospect
13.1 Review and Retrospect

Module 14: Release
14.1 Release

Module 15: Project Vision
15.1 Project Vision

Module 16: Scrum Master and Stake Holder(s)
16.1 Scrum Master and Stake Holders

Module 17: Form Scrum Team
17.1 Form Scrum Team

Module 18: Develop Epics
18.1 Develop Epics

Module 19: User Stories
19.1 User Stories

Module 20: Justifications and Sample Change(s)
20.1 Justifications and Sample Changes

Module 21: Creating a Prioritized Backlog
21.1 Creating a Prioritized Backlog

Module 22: Conduct Release Planning
22.1 Conduct Release Planning

Module 23: Sprints
23.1 Sprints

Module 24: Scrum Framework
24.1 Scrum Framework – Part 1 Roles
24.2 Scrum Framework – Part 2 Ceremonies
24.3 Scrum Framework – Part 3 Artifacts

Module 25: Scrum of Scrums
25.1 Scrum of Scrums

Module 26: Scrum Demo
26.1 Scrum Demo

Module 27: Review
27.1 Review
27.2 Outro