PMP®: Project Management Professional PROCESS GROUP 555 Test

PMI® PMP & CAPM Certification Focusing on PMBOK Process Groups to Pass the Exam Prep 555 Questions in 35 hours. TOGAF.
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

2016-2017 Version

The PMP® certification recognizes competence in leading and directing project teams. It provides project managers and members within the project team with a solid foundation of experience, knowledge and competency to successfully guide and direct projects that will have a positive impact on a company's bottom line results.

PMI® institute is registered trademark and holding the following well known certificates such as PMP®, CAPM®, and PMI-ACP. 

CompTIA© is another well known institute holding Project+ certificate.

Benefits of PMP®

  • Internationally recognized Project Management Certification.
  • High demand for certified PMP® managers.
  • Enhance skills and knowledge which build self-confidence.
  • Improve career opportunities and progression.
  • Increase your visibility and become a more valuable member of your organization.
  • Imbibe the best practices in project management and increase the success rate of your projects.

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand projects and project management disciplines with the 555 exam questions and answers organized by Process Groups.
  • Learn the project management processes described in the PMBOK® Guide while practicing the exams questions.
  • Work out on 555 questions to significantly improve the chance of passing the test.
  • Discover tricks and hints on how to answer the exam questions.
  • This course is part of a larger course provided by the same instructor.

** Each Lecture has a downloadable material PDF. PMP® Templates.

** Many extra materials are available as well for download related to this course.

The PMI® PMP® is one of the most required certification, similar to other well know certifications such as CAPM®, CISA® , CompTIA© Project+, ITIL®, PRINCE2®, PMI-ACP®, CompTIA© Network+, CompTIA© Security+, AWS, Six Sigma Open Group TOGAF® and CCNP.

What are the requirements?

  • A general knowledge of PMBOK® Guide is advisable or general background of project management

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Practice with 555 questions and answers with explanations
  • Grasp all the Knowledge Required in the Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing groups
  • Master All PMP® Exam Topics
  • Enhance your Knowledge in Project Management following PMI-PMP®
  • Understand all Processes Groups of PMBoK® Guide
  • Pass your PMP® Exam

What is the target audience?

  • Project Managers
  • Developers, senior developers
  • Team leaders
  • Quality Control (QC)
  • Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Testing team
  • Business analyst
  • Business Development Manager
  • System Analyst (SA)
  • Database Administrator (DBA)
  • People who love to learn
  • Students
  • Professionals
  • Managers
  • Project Engineers
  • Project Directors
  • Software Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Architects
  • Product Managers
  • Project Stakeholders
  • People who are involved in Projects Directly or Indirectly
  • This course is for everyone looking forward to move into management position
  • This course is probably not for you if you are looking for a PMP® training or PMBOK® Guide explanation. This course focus directly on the exam questions only.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
01:38

Introducing the instructor biography, experience and education, as well as, the course objectives.

Instructor Name: Ramzi Abou Rahal

Education

  • Negotiation: Strategies, Tools, and Skills for Success (Harvard University).
  • MSc in Information Systems Management (University of Liverpool). 
  • Master in Systems Design and Project Leadership (Cornell University).

Certifications

  • PMP®: Project Management Professional
  • PMOC®: Project Management Office Certificate
  • PRINCE2®: Projects In Controlled Environment
  • ITIL®: Information Technology Infrastructure Library
  • OCA-JP: Oracle Certified Associate Java Programmer
Section 2: Initiating Process Group
09:10

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 1 to 10.

Important notes

The project initiation phase is the first part of the project management life cycle, as it involves starting up a new project. You can initiate a new project by defining the project objectives, scope, purpose and deliverables to be created. You will also form the project team, set up the project activities and gain approval to begin the next phase.

08:26

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 11 to 20.

Important notes

The project initiation phase is the most critical stage of the project life cycle, as it is the phase in where you define your scope and hire your team.

When the project manager has a clearly defined scope and an appropriately skilled team, then the project manager can guarantee project success. The initiation project templates will help you to do this, by giving you all of the models you need to initiate new projects now.

12:42

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 21 to 30.

Important notes

Perform project assessment based upon available data and meetings with the sponsor, customer, and other subject matter experts (SME), to assess the feasibility of new products or services within the given assumptions and constraints.

07:58

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 31 to 40.

Important notes

Determine the high-level scope of the project founded on the business and compliance demands, to meet the customer's project expectations.

08:27

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 41 to 50.

Important notes

Execute key stakeholder analysis utilizing brainstorming, interviewing, and other data-gathering techniques, to ascertain expectation alignment and acquire support for the project.

07:59

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 61 to 70.

Important notes

Produce the project charter by gathering and analyzing stakeholder requirements, to document project scope, milestones, and deliverables.

08:52

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 71 to 80.

Important notes

Receive approval for the project charter from the sponsor and customer (if required), to validate the authority assigned to the project manager and acquire commitment and acceptance for the project.

06:41

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 81 to 90.

Important notes

The six knowledge and skill topics for a project manager are:

  • Ability to formulate a cost benefit analysis
  • Ability to create a business case
  • Knowledge in the stakeholder identification techniques
  • Ability to link with risk identification techniques
  • Knowledge of the content of a project charter
08:40

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 91 to 100.

Important notes

Perform Project Assessment

Meetings will be organized to collect information about the project. Attendees must include the customer, sponsors, subject matter experts (SMEs) and other stakeholders who have an interest in the project and are positively or negatively impacted by the project. With the project information in hand, a feasibility study will be carried out for the new products and services being proposed. All assumptions and constraints should be clearly stated.

10:23

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 101 to 110.

Important notes

High-level scope

While the detailed scope outline is a part of additional process groups in the project life cycle, the high-level scope of the project requires being defined correctly in line with the customer’s requirements from the project. The high-level scope must keep the business requirements in mind and follow the compliance regulations.

08:47

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 111 to 120.

Important notes

Key Stakeholder Analysis

It is crucial to earning the support of the key interested parties in a project. Therefore, relevant data collection and analysis has to be carried out using interviewing, brainstorming and other practical techniques. The different goals, agenda, and priorities of each stakeholder have to be aligned with each other, with the customer requirements and with the project plan. Key stakeholder analysis process group corresponds with the Project Communications Management knowledge area.

07:07

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 121 to 130.

Important notes

Definition of risks, assumptions, and constraints

The current environment of the project has to be examined, considering historical data into consideration. Experts require being consulted for their advice. The expected outcome is a clear definition of the limitations of the project. All assumptions made have to be explicitly stated. This definition also involves an approach to implementing the project.

08:48

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 131 to 140.

Important notes

Project Charter Development

Requirements have to be collected from stakeholders in more detail, and furthermore, these have to be analyzed. Consequently, the project charter will be created and documented. It is the project initiation document containing the business needs, customer expectations, project justification, assigned project manager and level of authority, milestone summary schedule, the influence of stakeholders and business case outlining the ROI and a preliminary budget of the project. This process group fits in with the Project Integration Management knowledge area.

07:37

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 141 to 150.

Important notes

Project Charter Approval

The sponsor has to provide the acceptance of the project charter produced in the former task. The customer’s approval also has to be taken into consideration when required. This process assigns control to the project manager to take the project ahead into the next process group, which is the planning process group. An example of the task he/she is authorized to execute is to allocate resources. The approval indicates that the project charter has been accepted and that the sponsors and customers are committed to it. The project charter approval signals the official start of the project.

08:29

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 151 to 160.

Important notes

The outputs from the initiating process group process essential to initiate the planning are the project charter and the stakeholder register. Both documents supply the starting point for planning a project.

10:11

This PMP® lecture explains the questions related to the initiating process group of the PMBOK® Guide. Questions covered are from 161 to 170.

Important notes

The work breakdown structure or WBS is the consequence of breaking down the work into small, more manageable components until the work and deliverables are specified to the work package level.

170 questions

Initiating Process Group Focus - 170 questions with explanations to help you understand the initiating process group and score a high grade.

Section 3: Planning Process Group
09:58

This lecture explains the questions related from 1 to 10.

09:28

This lecture explains the questions related from 11 to 20.

07:39

This lecture explains the questions related from 21 to 30.

09:28

This lecture explains the questions related from 31 to 40.

09:32

This lecture explains the questions related from 41 to 50.

10:45

This lecture explains the questions related from 51 to 60.

08:03

This lecture explains the questions related from 61 to 70.

10:55

This lecture explains the questions related from 71 to 80.

08:40

This lecture explains the questions related from 81 to 90.

10:18

This lecture explains the questions related from 91 to 100.

10:53

This lecture explains the questions related from 101 to 110.

08:44

This lecture explains the questions related from 111 to 120.

13:03

This lecture explains the questions related from 121 to 133.

133 questions

Planning Process Group Focus - 133 questions with explanations to help you understand the planning process group and score a high grade.

Section 4: Executing Process Group
11:42

This lecture explains the questions related from 1 to 10.

12:05

This lecture explains the questions related from 11 to 20.

13:44

This lecture explains the questions related from 21 to 30.

09:47

This lecture explains the questions related from 31 to 40.

14:02

This lecture explains the questions related from 41 to 50.

11:21

This lecture explains the questions related from 51 to 60.

11:45

This lecture explains the questions related from 61 to 70.

14:57

This lecture explains the questions related from 71 to 80.

100 questions

Executing Process Group Focus - 100 questions with explanations to help you understand the Executing process group and score a high grade.

Section 5: Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
76 questions

Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Focus - 76 questions with explanations to help you understand the monitoring and controlling process group and score a high grade.

Section 6: Closing Process Group
75 questions

Closing Process Group Focus - 75 questions with explanations to help you understand the closing process group and score a high grade.

Section 7: Bonus Section
Article

This is a bonus lecture that provides you access to all my remaining courses for 15 USD each.

You can also enroll in 9 FREE Courses from the list provided.

As well, we provide you the direct link to access our Facebook page. The Facebook page "Project Management Studio" is dedicated to help each other in project management.

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Instructor Biography

MSc, PMOC, PMP, PRINCE2, ITIL Ramzi Abou Rahal, Bestselling Udemy Instructor, 31+ Courses, 26,000+ Students

A Senior Project Manager under the Project Management Office (PMO) and an IT manager expert in project, program management, networking, security, hardware, software, AWS, TOGAF and architecture.

Educational Background

- Negotiation: Strategies, Tools, and Skills for Success from Harvard Law School (USA)

- Master in Systems Design and Project Leadership from Cornell University (USA)

- Master of Science (MSc) degree in Information Systems Management (ISM) from the University of Liverpool (UK)

- Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Computer Science from Notre Dame University (LB)

His master thesis is a proposal for a new specialized certificate in project management specific for IT software projects (PMP-IT).

Certification Background

1- PMO (Project Management Office Certified)

2- PMP® (Project Management Professional)

3- PRINCE2® (Projects In Controlled Environment)

4- ITIL® (Information Technology Infrastructure Library)

5- OCA-JP (Oracle Certified Associate Java Programmer)

6- Introducing, Planning and Managing an Agile Software Development Project (SkillSoft)

7- SAP Sales Executive Qualification | SAP Business ByDesign ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

8- SAP Pre-sales Executive Qualification | SAP Business ByDesign ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)

9- SAP Pre-sales Executive Qualification | SAP Cloud for Customer CRM (Customer Relationship Management)

10- SAP Sales Executive Qualification | SAP Cloud for Customer CRM (Customer Relationship Management)

11- SAP Sales Executive Qualification | SAP SuccessFactors HCM (Human Capital Management)

12- SAP Pre-sales Executive Qualification | SAP Cloud Applications HCM (Human Capital Management)

13- SAP Qualified Support Mobility Consultant

and many others...

Social Media and Blogs

- Admin of the Facebook Page: Project Management Studio

- Author of the blog on WordPress: ramziabourahal

- Author of the blog on Blogger: ramziabourahal

- Contributor to LinkedIn Pulse articles: Ramzi Abou Rahal

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