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TP2547 PgMP® Exam Prep

PMI’s Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential recognizes the advanced experience and skill of program managers. Globally recognized and demanded, the PgMP® demonstrates your proven competency to oversee multiple, related projects and their resources to achieve strategic business goals.

 

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TP2549 Executive Overview of Project Management

This one-day workshop is designed to introduce executives and managers to the need for project management, the benefits of it to agencies and organizations, a project management framework, and the challenges of applying good project management in their organizations.

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TP2550 Project Management Overview

This course provides an introduction to Project Management and the core concepts and best practices used in this discipline. This one-day seminar provides participants with an introduction to the most important concepts in formal project management methodology.  The class introduces the basics of the triple-constraint model – scope management, time management, and cost management – then it presents the essentials of quality management and risk management.  As this is an introductory class there will be a few exercises to give the students a chance to get some hands-on learning in these areas.

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TP2552 Foundations of Project Management

This course provides an introduction to Project Management and the core concepts and best practices used in this discipline.  During the course, project management “best practices” will be introduced, and put into context through various exercises, scenarios and case studies.  The course is designed as a practical workshop, and learning by doing is a key component.  As such, class participants will be asked to work on sample “projects” and be assigned deliverables to produce within a specified time frame.  After each exercise, a review will be conducted offering comments and suggestions for improvement.

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TP2553 Project Management Concepts

In today’s dynamically changing business environment projects are initiated under tighter budgetary, resource and time constraints than ever before. This seminar focuses on the core project management skills required to manage any project and will provide the attendees with proven "real life" tools and techniques applied to a case study.

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TP2554 Managing IT Project Management

In today’s dynamically changing business environment projects are initiated under tighter budgetary, resource and time constraints than ever before. This seminar focuses on the core project management skills required to manage an Information Technology project and will provide the attendees with proven "real life" tools and techniques applied to an IT Project case study.  This course is compliant with the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition.

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TP2555 Project Scope Management

This seminar focuses on the identification, elaboration, planning and management of project scope, including selected processes from the Project Integration Management and Project Scope Management PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas.  The class addresses requirements identification and analysis, scope identification and planning, the scope baseline, scope management and change control, integration of scope, schedule and cost, scope verification and sign-off by the customer.  During the course, “best practices” will be introduced, and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies.

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TP2556 Project Time Management

One leg of the project triple constraint model, project time management is particularly challenging.  It seems to most project managers that, no matter how realistically they try to forecast the project schedule, something happens to delay it.  The goal of this two-day workshop is to examine the challenges and techniques of project time management with the goal of improving on-time performance of your projects.  The class addresses the implications of uncertainty and project schedule risk, as well as managing stakeholder analysis.  During the course, “best practices” will be introduced, and put into context through various exercises.

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TP2557 Project Cost Management

The Cost Management course addresses the identification, elaboration, planning, and management of the project budget.  Including selected processes from the PMI Integration, Cost, Scope and Risk Knowledge Areas, this class addresses the development of a Project Cost Estimate, Project Budget, and the Project Budget Baseline.  In addition it addresses the preparation of a spending profile that supports variance analysis and corrective action using Earned Value Management.  Using a combination of theory based lecture and hands on exercises, students are provided with an effective skill set for developing and controlling the project budget baseline.

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TP2558 Project Stakeholder & Communications Management

In today’s dynamically changing business environment projects are initiated under tighter budgetary, resource and time constraints more than ever before. This seminar focuses on the core project stakeholder and communication management skills, as presented in the PMBOK® Guide, 5th Edition, that are required to manage a project.  The program will provide the attendees with proven "real life" tools and techniques, and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies.

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TP2559 Project Risk Management

This seminar focuses on the uncertainty that surrounds any project.  Project Risk Management is designed to have the participant learn core project risk management concepts and best practices, and learn tools that are used to proactively manage project risk.  During the course, “best practices” will be introduced, and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies.

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TP2560 Project Quality Management

While everyone seems to recognize “high quality” when they see it, most organizations still struggle with incorporate quality-supportive processes and tools into their project planning.  While this seminar, updated to reflect the 5th edition Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), defines and discusses the three classic project quality processes – Quality Planning, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control – it also focuses on how to incorporate “quality” thinking into project processes most organizations are already using.  Seminar attendees will review important concepts associated with the modern quality movement and in particular examine the link between customer expectations, project scope, and project quality.  Using a case study project, attendees will also participate in multiple interactive exercises to clearly define customer expectations, write quality-supportive requirements, design quality audits to promote continuous process improvement, select the right quality control tools for the right project, and finally build a Quality Management Plan that traces requirements, metrics, quality tools, and project scope all together to produce outputs that are what the customer wanted – not just what they asked for.

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TP2561 Managing a Project with Your Team

This workshop uses a case study throughout both days that provides the opportunity for participants to employ the skills and methods they are learning. The combination of participant activity and instructor presentation is designed to provide a rich learning experience that will enable participants to leave the workshop with skills they can immediately make use of on their own projects.

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TP2562 Identifying Problems and Providing Effective Solutions

This two-day workshop focuses on identifying the causes of business problems, building solutions that answer those problems, and ensuring that those answers meet stakeholder quality standards.  It is highly interactive and designed to allow participants to both acquire and apply skills that can serve them well in the workplace.  It utilizes a case study throughout the workshop. Finally, this workshop is compliant with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (the PMBOK® Guide, Fifth Edition and draws insights on quality management and requirements from the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (the BABOK®).

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TP2563 Identifying and Managing Stakeholder Expectations

This seminar focuses on how to help stakeholders identify and agree upon goals, both for specific tasks and the larger organization.  In this interactive seminar, participants will learn, discuss, and participate in multiple exercises to identify and categorize stakeholders and then help those stakeholders prioritize organizational and tasks-specific goals. Attendees will also identify common barriers to reaching group consensus and strategies for overcoming those barriers.

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TP2564 Strategies for Managing Troubled Projects

This seminar is designed as a graduate-level course for experienced project managers.  It is designed to reinforce many of the project management “Best Practices” taught in other project management classes.  It focuses specifically on how to recognize that a project is in “trouble”, and concentrates on the actions that project managers need to take to assess, and ultimately plan to recover or terminate a project that has experienced significant difficulties.  Tools and templates will be presented and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies.

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TP2565 Project Portfolio Management

This seminar, aligned with the Project Management Institute’s Practice Standard for Portfolio Management, begins by explaining the appropriate relationship between projects, programs, portfolios, and organizational goals, and then focuses on the full portfolio lifecycle, from portfolio definition to portfolio control.  Seminar attendees will discuss how organizational strategy does (or doesn’t) guide portfolio management, as well as how to select the “ideal” project to include in a portfolio – and who makes such decisions.  Using several case studies, attendees will also participate in multiple interactive exercises to design a high-level organizational strategy, portfolio blueprint, select portfolio projects, and develop a portfolio implementation plan.

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TP2566 Tools for Conducting Effective Meetings

It’s estimated more than 25 million meetings are held every day in the United States, but very few meetings actually produce the effective results attendees had hoped for. Many “effective meetings” seminars offer insight into general meeting management; attendees of this seminar will identify specific actions to take and tools to use to help meetings stay within assigned schedules, produce tangible outcomes…and avoid scheduling too many meetings in the first place. Attendees will participate in multiple interactive exercises to practice using the step-by-step “meetings checklist” introduced and discussed in the seminar.

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TP2567 Thriving During Change

While all organizations are operating today in a more dynamic environment, some organizations seem to move through changes more quickly, cohesively, and productively than others.  This seminar focuses on successfully working in a changing environment at both the individual employee and task team levels. Not only will participants develop awareness of their innate and learned ability to handle change but they will also identify practical strategies for developing the increased emotional intelligence and more effective communications skills a changing workplace often demands. Attendees will participate in multiple interactive exercises to practice using concepts and tools introduced throughout the seminar.

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TP2568 Developing Consensus amongst Stakeholders

This seminar focuses on how to help stakeholders identify and agree upon goals, both for specific tasks and the larger organization.  In this interactive seminar, participants will learn, discuss, and participate in multiple exercises to identify and categorize stakeholders and then help those stakeholders prioritize both organizational and tasks-specific goals. Attendees will also identify common barriers to reaching group consensus and strategies for overcoming those barriers. 

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TP2569 Preparing for the PMP® Exam

This workshop has a simple goal—to prepare participants to successfully pass the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam.  It’s for those who are looking for a very rapid infusion of information targeted toward increasing their ability and the probability that they will pass the exam.  It does not meet the requirements for the 35 hours of contact education required for registering for the PMP® exam and presumes that participants have taken other project management courses that fill that requirement.  This workshop does provide 14 hours of contact education.

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TP2570 PMP Exam Prep

This workshop has a primary and a secondary goal.  The primary goal is to prepare participants to successfully complete the examination required for earning the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification.  For those who attend the entire workshop, it meets the requirements for the 35 hours of contact education required for registering for the PMP® exam.

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TP2571 PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA) Exam Preparation

This course provides an in-depth review of the business analysis knowledge, skills, and tasks as discussed in the PMI business analysis standard Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide. The material within this course provides a solid overview of the activities commonly performed by those fulfilling the business analysis role on programs and projects. The content of this course is fully aligned to the definition of the business analysis practice as detailed within the role delineation survey completed for PMI in 2013. The course is intended to prepare students who are interested in taking the PMI-PBA® exam.

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