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Project Management Fundamentals & Best Practices Training

  • Training
  • 24 Hours
  • Simpliv
  • ID: 5715399

About Project Management Certification Online

The objectives are to define and describe Project Management Best Practices based on the PMBOK Version 7 We will cover the 12 Principles and the 8 Domains to provide a comprehensive overview and help you become a better Project Manager, at the same time as help you prepare for the PMP certification exam. We will follow a practical “Day in the Life of a PM approach” while still covering the terminology, formulas, concepts that will be on the exam. Content will be delivered via PowerPoint and live lecture and may include some in-class questions and exercises. This course is condensed and will not include full after-section practice questions. Students will need to do practice questions on their own. The course will include a student workbook with all the slides and exercises.

Project Management Fundamentals Course Objective

  • Develop a full understanding of the 12 Principles which are guidelines for the strategy, decision making and problem solving as a project manager.
  • Understand 8 Domains which package all the related activities for the effective deliver of successful project, on time, on budget to end user satisfaction.
  • Review and apply the models and methods to put the Principles and Domains into action on your projects.
  • Develop an effective project organization that aligns with your organizational processes and ensure all project stakeholders and team members understand their roles and responsibilities in the project
  • Understand the differences between Predictive (or traditional waterfall) and Iterative (or agile project) and how to apply the appropriate project management principles based on delivery approach

Course Content

  • Overview
  • The Standard for Project Management
  • Project Management Principles
  • Project Performance Domains
  • Tailoring
  • Models, Methods and Artifacts