Project Management Fundamentals (PMP)
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Project Management Fundamentals inline with PMP exam guidelines
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Last updated 11/2016
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Includes:
  • 13 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Gain sound understanding of Project Management fundamentals
  • Get a clear understanding about the role and responsibility of a Project Manager
  • Target the professional and world recognised PMP exam for better job prospects
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Requirements
  • For learning this course, there are no specific pre-requisites in terms of before hand awareness of a specific software or tool. The student should be having a basic idea as to what is Project Management and why is it required in any organization.
Description

Why Project Managers are required ?

In an ever changing Business world, with so many changes coming to the organizations in form of new Projects for updating the older systems, or creating new setups, it is imperative for the Organizations to have really good Project Managers who are capable of handling all the chaos.

Project Management is a key to an organization's success for the very reason that every Project involves the cost element around , it needs resources , time , dollars and the expected returns attached to it. It at all any project fails because of the incompetency of the Manager, it is a setback not only to the concerned organization but also a setback to the image of the Project Manager. 

In order to execute any project successfully, it is imperative that the responsible Project Manager is able to determine the exact schedule of his projects and the resources allocated to the project. If the methodology of the execution of project is not effective then can be a huge failure for the organization because costs would shoot up, the resources might be allocated to some other task and obviously time would be over-shot.


Role of a Project Manager

Now that we understand the criticality of a Project Manager, let us understand what exactly does a Project Manager do.  

A Project Manager is responsible for collecting all the requirements for the project. These requirements are together clubbed to be called as scope of the project or if we rephrase this  statement, we can say " Scope is what a Project Manager is supposed to deliver at the end". But this deliverable has to be created within several constraints of Money, Time, Schedule and Resources which are obviously always scarce in terms of availability or are fixed. Also, the deliverable needs to meet the Quality standard as expected by the Stakeholder. Together, with all the constraints , it really needs an awareness from a Project Manager's perspective how to successfully execute the complete project and deliver.
            Additionally, knowing the aspects of Project Management will also help follow the time frames more accurately, preventing the projects from exceeding the time lines.

What this course has to offer

This course is going to introduce you to the real world of Project Management and will talk about all the critical aspects of an effective Project Management process. This course is designed along the lines of PMP exam and will also serve as a crash learning course so that you can tomorrow appear for PMP exam.

Make sure that after you enrol into this course, you download the reference book used in the discussions, from the Resources section. The link to the reference resource has been placed in the resources tab (the 2nd lecture). 




Who is the target audience?
  • 1. Existing Project Managers who want to become champion in their area
  • 2. Aspiring Project Managers who at present may not be working as Managers but want to enhance their career by stepping into professional Project Management area as it is lucrative job option and career enhancing as well
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Curriculum For This Course
92 Lectures
12:52:39
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Overview
8 Lectures 01:47:57
Getting familiar with Techniques Part 1
10:17

Getting familiar with Techniques Part 2
19:20

Professional Responsibility
17:46

Foundational Terms And Concepts -1
18:25

Foundational Terms And Concepts - 2
11:43

Functional Matrix Projectized Roles And Organizational Types
11:46

What is Process Framework
07:19

Common Inputs Tools Outputs
11:21
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Learning in-depth about Integration Management
7 Lectures 01:11:01
Learning about Knowledge Area
07:22

Learning how to develop a Project Charter
19:01

Learning how to develop Project Management plan
10:44

Learning how to direct and manage Project Execution
10:58

Learning how to monitor and control Project Work
07:47

Learning how to perform Integrated Change Control
05:56

Learning how to close Project Integration
09:13
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Scope Management of a Project
9 Lectures 01:23:08
Getting overview of Scope Management
12:25

Learning how to plan Scope management
05:43

Learning how to collect requirements - Part 1
08:01

Learning how to collect requirements - Part 2
06:04

Learning how to collect requirements - Part 3
09:12

Learning how to create scope
08:31

Learning how to create WBS
20:09

Learning how to validate scope of Project
06:57

Learning how to control scope of a project
06:06
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Time Management of a Project
13 Lectures 01:52:59
Introduction to Time aspect of Project Management
04:33

Learning how to Plan the schedule
02:54

Learning how to define activities
11:43

Learning how to sequence activities
14:08

Learning how to estimate Activity resources
10:26

Learning how to estimate Activity duration
13:25

Learning how to develop a schedule
14:46

Learning how to control the schedule
05:31

Learning how to calculate the critical path
10:29

Learning how to calculate the float of a project - Part 1
07:07

Learning how to calculate the float of a project - Part 2
06:47

Learning how to calculate the float of a project - Part 3
08:41

Quick Revision of things
02:29
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Cost Management
9 Lectures 01:18:00
Introduction to Cost Management
10:42

Learning how to plan Cost Management
03:41

Learning how to estimate Cost of a Project
15:04

Learning how to determine the Budget
08:19

Learning how to control the costs
06:00

Learning how to calculate the Earned Value - Part 1
10:18

Learning how to calculate the Earned Value - Part 2
10:34

Learning how to calculate the Earned Value - Part 3
09:19

Quick Revision of things
04:03
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Quality Management
6 Lectures 01:06:09
Introduction to Quality Management
14:10

Learning how to plan Quality Management
18:25

Learning how to perform Quality Assurance
07:41

Learning how to perform Quality control checks - Part 1
09:54

Learning how to perform Quality control checks - Part 2
10:53

Quick Revision of things
05:06
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Human Resource Management
8 Lectures 59:51
Quick introduction to Human Resource Management
04:56

Learning how to plan Human Resource Management
09:28

Learning how to acquire Project Teams
06:07

Learning how to develop Project Teams - Part 1
06:31

Learning how to develop Project Teams - Part 2
06:59

Learning how to develop Project Teams - Part 3
08:34

Learning how to manage Project Teams
14:13

Quick Revision of things
03:03
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Communication Management
5 Lectures 28:58
Quick introduction to Communication Management
04:12

Learning how to plan Communication Management
14:23

Learning how to manage Communications
04:36

Learning how to control Communications
03:49

Quick Revision of things
01:58
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Risk Management
10 Lectures 01:13:27
Quick introduction to Risk Management
03:15

Learning how to plan Risk Management
05:32

Learning how to identify Risks
11:52

Learning how to perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
08:20

Learning how to perform Quantitative Risk Analysis- Part 1
08:46

Learning how to perform Quantitative Risk Analysis- Part 2
06:26

Learning how to perform Quantitative Risk Analysis- Part 3
10:01

Learning how to plan Risk responses
10:11

Learning how to control Risks
05:45

Quick Revision of things
03:19
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