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Introduction to Project Management Training Course
This Introduction to Project Management training course focuses on introducing
participants to the practical basics of project management. Focus is placed on the ANSI and IEEE accepted standards for professional project management as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
This Introduction to Project Management training course is best suited for those new to project management or desiring a refresher on the basics, and is especially effective
when taken by entire project leadership teams. Students can claim 21 PDUs/contact hours upon completion of this course for use with the PMP Certficiation and PMP Exam requirements.
THE INSTRUCTOR: Martin VanDerSchouw - PMP Martin VanDerSchouw, PMP currently serves as President & CEO of LookingGlass Development, LLC., a premier provider of project management tools, training, and consulting. He served 3 years on
Project Management Institute's International Board of Directors as well as PMI's Chair of Performance Oversight, Chair of External Relations and Involvement Committee, and as Secretary
Treasurer. Martin was named in the Top 40 under 40 by the Denver Business Journal and was named PMI's 2004 International Business Leader of the Year. Additionally, he regularly makes more than 50
presentations per year to groups in the areas of leadership, performance management, and program/project management. He is currently the Colorado State Commissioner for Information
Management governing all IT projects over $500,000.
Course Introduction Section 01 - Introduction & Overview Introduction & Overview
Course Expectations Project Management Field Exercise Introduction What Knowledge Do You Need? Certification What Is Project Management All About?
So How Does An Organization Attain Predictable Results? The Division of Skills Pretest Introduction
Section 02 - Teams & Leadership Teams & Leadership
Janssen's Model for Reactions to Change Personality Profile - 4 Approaches Conceptual Approach Spontaneous Approach Normative Approach Methodical Approach Team Dimensions Roles Creator Role
Advancer Role Refiner Role Executor Role Project Manager Role Team Z-Process The P.E.P. Cycle Track and Field Five Reasons for Balancing Your Project Team The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Absence of Trust Fear of Conflict The Changing View of Conflict The Five (5) Conflict Resolution Modes Fear of Conflict Cont. Lack of Commitment Avoidance of Accountability
Inattention to Results 5 Dysfunctions of a Team Exercise Introduction
Section 03 - Project Communication Project Communication Why Is Communication Important? With Whom Do We Communicate?
Listening Channels of Communication Where Do We Get Understanding? Hallway Conversations & Lunches Meetings Basic Meeting Rules The Communications Plan The Use of Collaboration Tools
Challenger Challenger Conclusion Damage Index Damage to Temperature Correlation Temperature Chart How would you do the presentation differently?
Section 04 - Stakeholder Management
Stakeholder Management Who is a Stakeholder? Steps in Stakeholder Management Stakeholder Super Groups The People Who Oppose Your Project Stakeholder Prioritizations
Section 05 - The Basics of Project Management The Basics of Project Management There are no absolutes, just generally accepted practices What is Project Management? The Triangle PMBOK Guide
Project Boundaries PMBOK Guide Knowledge Areas Every Project Should Have The Basic Planning Steps The Major Project Documents The Project Charter The Statement of Work The Project Management Plan
The Project Data Sheet (PDS) The Reporting Information Flow
Section 06 - Scope and Requirements Scope and Requirements The Importance of Scope & Requirements Definition
The PMI Scope Management Framework Real World Best Practice Scope Definition The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) What the WBS Is Example of WBS What a WBS is NOT Components of the WBS
Code of Accounts WBS Dictionary Managing Change What�s wrong with this WBS? Answer Four Key Questions The Fourth Question… Why use a WBS? Introduction to Displayed Thinking
In Scope/Out Of Scope What is a "Requirement"? Getting Quality Requirements The Use Case Detailed Use Cases
Section 07 - Developmental Methodologies Developmental Methodologies
Project Management & Development Methodologies Formality/Sequentiality Three Major Types Keys to the Waterfall Model The Basic Waterfall Model Keys to the Waterfall Model Cont.
Waterfall Keys Challenges Steps in the Spiral Model The Spiral Development Cycle Advantages of the Spiral Model Disadvantages of the Spiral Model Prototyping Reasons to Prototype
Dangers of Prototyping Agile Methodologies Manifesto for Agile Software Development XP Is Customer Focused Iteration 0 XP, How Does It Work? Feature Cards The Basic Steps
Tools For Agile Development Methodology Table Selecting A Methodology Developmental Methodologies Exercise Introduction
Section 08 - Effective Budgets & Schedules
Effective Budgets & Schedules The Basic Steps in Scheduling Sequencing Potential Methods for Activity Sequencing Finish to Start Start to Start Finish to Finish Start to Finish
Network Diagram Resource Estimating Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) Duration Estimating The Critical Formula Efficiency vs. Availability Project Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT)
Stages for Budget Development Estimating Techniques Don�t Back into Your Schedule Critical Path Method (CPM) The Critical Path Method To Decrease Your Schedule Brooke's Law
Duration & Critical Path Introduction
Section 09 - Project Performance Project Performance Remember, over budget, late, technical successes are not considered successful projects!
What Causes Project Delays? Multi-Tasking What Behavior Do You Want? The Keys to Success Measuring Success A Single Scale For All Three Legs Introduction to Earned Value Earned Value Requirements
Earned Value - Key Terms Cost Analysis Schedule Analysis Earned Value - Key Terms Cont. Forecasting - ETC Forecasting - EAC Project Performance EV Performance Performance Dashboard
Project Graph with Results The Results Conclusions Earned Value Exercise Introduction
Section 10 - Change Management Change Management Keys to Managing Change Defining Change Management
Scope Change Management Change Request Form Action Items or Issues Course Closure
- Main Menu Move through hours of in-depth content - quickly and easily due to the efficient and organized structure.
Utilizing Powerpoint presentations enhances the delivery by displaying a variety of visual information to the user. This type of representation allows the user to better inter
pert the material through charts, definitions, graphs, and more...
- Controls Move forward or back, repeat entire topics or just a section. A progress bar illuminates as you advance through exercises.
- Full Motion Video All courses feature full-motion videos of instructors teaching the information as if they
are speaking directly to you. Our unique delivery simulates a on-on-one classroom environment creating a more personal lesson and learning experience.
- Review Exercises
Each section has a review quiz to aid in the learning process by validating the comprehension of the material covered before moving on to a new section.
Quizzes and exam simulations are needed for compliance with PMI.
- Resume All courses are resumed to where you left off last session allowing you to learn when it
is convenient for you without the hassle of remembering where you where.
Introduction to Project Management Training Course
12 Months Online Training - Featuring Live Instructor-Led Classroom Sessions with Full Audio, Video, and Extensive Review Quiz Components
21 PDU/Contact Hours upon Completion- this if you want combine it with our PMP Course, will give you way more hours than needed to fulfill your PMP requirements by
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