Project Initiation and Planning (PMI-PMP)
What you'll learn
- Describe the role of Project Integration Management in a project
- Recognize relationships and interactions within the Project Integration Management processes
- Recognize the relationship between the project charter and the project management plan
- Identify types of business needs that may trigger project creation
- Identify inputs for developing the project charter
- Identify the tools and techniques you can use to develop the project charter
- Recognize the elements typically included in a project charter
- Identify the inputs to the Develop Project Management Plan process
- Recognize the types of information that should be included in a project management plan
- Demonstrate your understanding of the planning process within the Project Integration Management Process Group
- No special requirements or prerequisites are needed to take this course, but some extra reading about projects, project management, project life cycle, organizational project management, project scope, project schedule, project costs, project quality, project human resources and project communications will help.
- Part of the Project Management Professional Certification Course (PMI-PMP)
The Project Initiation and Planning (PMI PMP) is course 1 of 28 of the Project Management Professional Certification Program (PMI-PMP). The course is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK6) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Projects are complex undertakings that require a high degree of coordination from start to finish. A lot goes into planning, getting the work done, monitoring progress, and finally, closing the project. In this course, you'll learn what project integration management involves and why it's important. Once you have an understanding of what's needed to manage project integration, you'll learn about the first two processes. These are what you use to create a project charter and develop a project management plan.
Project Integration Management
Integration Management Process Groups
The Project Charter and Project Management Plan 4. Business Needs and Project Creation
Inputs to Developing the Project Charter
Techniques for Developing the Project Charter
Elements of a Project Charter
Inputs to the Project Management Plan
Compiling the Project Management Plan
Exercise: Planning the Project
That’s it! Now go ahead and push that “Take this course” button, and see you on the inside!
Who this course is for:
- Leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, professionals and project workers with or without formal project management training will improve project management skills and knowledge and will be ready to stand for formal certification.
Sorin Dumitrascu is a man with many talents and a passion for helping others grow and develop. He has been involved in the development and delivery of courses on management, computer literacy, human resources, career development, and more for over 15 years.
Sorin is also a certified trainer and project manager, with a master's degree in International Relations and Policy Making as well as a bachelor's degree in Law and Public Administration. He has coordinated projects in the areas of rule of law, regional development, and human resources for over a decade.
Sorin has an extensive background in civil service, private sector and NGO work. He has more than 15 years of managerial experience in justice, corrections, internal affairs, training, project management and consultancy within the private sector and NGO.
Additionally, he is certified as an ICDL tester and trainer for United Nations Peacekeeping Missions and holds a professional degree in public management.