PMP Preparation Course By Process Group with 35 Credit hours
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Pmp Preparation Course By Processes Groups With Pr-axis Case Study According to PMBOK 5th
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Created by Waleed Elbasyouni
Last updated 5/2017
Arabic
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 21.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Project Management Professional PMP Preparation Course
  • Project Management Process Groups (Initiating-Planning-Executing-Monitoring and Controlling-Closing)
  • Integration Management
  • Scope Management
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Communications Management
  • Risk Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Stakeholder Management
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Requirements
  • holders middle school education (secondary) must provide 7,500 hours practical experience in the field of project management is equivalent to five years of field experience + training course duration of 35 hours dependent (ie training course mesh is required in the training center)
  • holders Supreme Qualifications 4 years and over must provide a 4500-hour practical experience in the field of Project Management is equivalent to three years of field experience + training course duration of 35 hours dependent (ie training course mesh is required in the training center)
Description

PMP  Preparation Course By Processes Groups With Pr-axis Case Study According to PMBOK 5th, In This Course we will Study 47 processes of Project Management in 5 Processes Groups

Initiating Process Group

  1. The Initiating Process Group consists of those processes performed to define a new project or a new phase of an existing project by obtaining authorization to start the project or phase.  
  2. Within the Initiating processes, the initial scope is defined and initial financial resources are committed. 
  3. Internal and external stakeholders who will interact and influence the overall outcome of the project are identified. 
  4. If not already assigned, the project manager will be selected. 
  5. This information is captured in the project charter and stakeholder register. 
  6. When the project charter is approved, the project becomes officially authorized. 
  7.  Although the project management team may help write the project charter, this standard assumes that business case assessment, approval, and funding are handled externally to the project boundaries .  
  8. A project boundary is defined as the point in time at which the start or completion of the project or a project phase is authorized. The key purpose of this Process Group is to align the stakeholders’ expectations with the project’s purpose, give them visibility about the scope and objectives, show how their participation in the project and it associated phases can ensure that their expectations are achieved. 
  9. These processes help set the vision of the project—what is needed to be accomplished.


Planning Process Group

  1. The Planning Process Group consists of those processes performed to establish the total scope of the effort, define and refine the objectives, and develop the course of action required to attain those objectives. 
  2. The Planning processes develop the project management plan and the project documents that will be used to carry out the project. 
  3. The complex nature of project management may require the use of repeated feedback loops for additional analysis. 
  4. As more project information or characteristics are gathered and understood, additional planning will likely be required. 
  5. Significant changes occurring throughout the project life cycle trigger a need to revisit one or more of the planning processes and possibly some of the initiating processes. 
  6. This progressive detailing of the project management plan is called progressive elaboration, indicating that planning and documentation are iterative and ongoing activities. 
  7. The key benefit of this Process Group is to delineate the strategy and tactics as well as the course of action or path to successfully complete the project or phase. 
  8. When the Planning Process Group is well managed, it is much easier to get stakeholder buy-in and engagement. These processes express how this will be done, setting the route to the desired objective.

Executing Process Group

  1. The Executing Process Group consists of those processes performed to complete the work defined in the project management plan to satisfy the project specifications. 
  2. This Process Group involves coordinating people and resources, managing stakeholder expectations, as well as integrating and performing the activities of the project in accordance with the project management plan. 
  3. During project execution, results may require planning updates and relining. 
  4. This may include changes to expected activity duration's, changes in resource productivity and availability, and unanticipated risks. Such variances may affect the project management plan or project documents and may require detailed analysis and development of appropriate project management responses. 
  5. The results of the analysis can trigger change requests that, if approved, may modify the project management plan or other project documents and possibly require establishing new baselines. 
  6. A large portion of the project’s budget will be expended in performing the Executing Process Group processes.

Monitoring and Controlling Process Group

  • The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group consists of those processes required to track, review, and orchestrate the progress and performance of the project; identify any areas in which changes to the plan are required; and initiate the corresponding changes. 
  • The key benefit of this Process Group is that project performance is measured and analyzed at regular intervals, appropriate events, or exception conditions to identify variances from the project management plan. 
  • Controlling changes and recommending corrective or preventive action in anticipation of possible problems,
  • Monitoring the ongoing project activities against the project management plan and the project performance measurement baseline
  • Influencing the factors that could circumvent integrated change control or configuration management so only approved changes are implemented.

Closing Process Group

  • The Closing Process Group consists of those processes performed to conclude all activities across all Project Management Process Groups to formally complete the project, phase, or contractual obligations. 
  • This Process Group, when completed, verifies that the defined processes are completed within all of the Process Groups to close the project or a project phase, as appropriate, and formally establishes that the project or project phase is complete.






Who is the target audience?
  • Project Managers
  • Engineers
  • project management students
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Curriculum For This Course
29 Lectures
21:17:32
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:42

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Introduction
02:42
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES & FRAMEWORK
3 Lectures 37:52

I.What is a Project.

II.What is Project Management.

III.What is a Difference Between Project & Operation.

IV.The Project Constraints.

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Project Management Framework 1
11:18

I.What is a Relationships Between Portfolio, Program, and Project Management .

II.What is the Project Management Office (PMO).

III.The Types of Organizational Structures.

IV.The Characteristics of the Project Life Cycle.

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Project Management Framework 2
15:44

I.Enterprise Environmental Factors (EEF).

II.Organizational Process Assets (OPA).

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Project management Framework 3
10:50
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Initiating Process Group
1 Lecture 38:22

I.Process Sequence and Interactions Terminology's.

I.Inputs, Output, Tools and Techniques

II.Overview and Definition of Initiating Process Group.

III.Initiating Process Group Processes ( 2 Process ).

I.Develop Project Charter

I.D.P Charter Inputs, Output, Tools and Techniques

II.Business Case

III.Project Selection Methods

IV.Project Statement of work (SOW)

V.Project Charter (Contents - Function -Form)

VI.Project Charter Case Study  

II.Identify Stakeholders

I.Inputs, Output, Tools and Techniques

II.Stakeholder Analysis Steps

III.Stakeholder Analysis Matrix ( Form -  Contents – Function )

IV.Stakeholder Register ( Form -  Contents – Function )

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Develop Project Charter - Identify Stakeholders
38:22
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Planning Process Group
13 Lectures 11:26:15
Overview and Definitions - Plan Scope Management
27:49

Collect Requirements
24:46

Define Scope - Create WBS
46:08

Plan Schedule Management – Define Activities
50:27

Sequence Activities- Estimate Activity Resources- Estimate Activity Duration
01:15:51

Develop Schedule
01:11:24

Plan Cost Management - Estimate Costs - Determine Budget
01:09:22

Plan Quality Management - Plan Human Resource Management
01:10:44

Plan Communications Management - Plan Stakeholders Management
43:22

Plan Risk Management - Identify Risks
35:39

Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis - Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
50:54

Plan Risk Responses
36:13

Plan Procurement Management - Develop Project Management Plan
01:23:36
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Executing Process Group
4 Lectures 03:23:43
Perform Quality Assurance - Acquire Project Team
51:09

Develop Project Team - Manage Project Team
01:05:52

Manage Communications - Manage Stakeholder Engagement
29:23

Conduct Procurement - Direct and Manage Project Work
57:19
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Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
6 Lectures 04:34:16
Validate Scope - Control Scope
39:35

Control Quality - Control Schedule
50:12

Control Cost
56:20

Control Communications - Control Stakeholder Engagement
33:53

Control Risks - Control Procurement
47:48

Monitor and Control Project Work - Perform Integrated Change Control
46:28
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Closing Process Group
1 Lecture 34:22
Close Procurement - Close Project or Phase
34:22
About the Instructor
Waleed Elbasyouni
4.5 Average rating
248 Reviews
2,562 Students
2 Courses
Senior Architect,PMP®, SFC™, 6Sigma™

Senior Architect and Project Management Engineer

•B.Sc. of Architectural Engineering, Cairo- Egypt 2007.

•Project Management Professional (PMP) Certified By The Project Management Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – USA, 2016.

•Strategic Planning Diploma from NSP, From Arab Center for Strategic Planning Studies , 2017.

•MSc Researcher in Projects Management and Value Engineering.

•Senior Project Control and Project Management Engineer With More Than 10 Years Experience In Construction Industry At Mega Projects In Egypt And Saudi Arabia .

•Member of the Training Board in Human Energy Academy in Malmo, Sweden. 

•Project Management, Project Control and Strategic Planning Instructor.

•Project Management Institute PMI From 2015 To Present ( ID 4518213 ).

•Saudi Council Of Engineers From 2010 To Present ( License 71066 ).

•Egyptian Syndicate Of Engineers From 2007 To Present ( License 23/03796 ).