About the Course: Program management is to learn the process of managing multiple on going projects. An example would be that of designing, manufacturing and providing support infrastructure for an automobile make. This requires hundreds, or even thousands, of separate projects. In an organization or Enterprise, Program Management also reflects the emphasis on coordinating and prioritizing resources across projects, departments, and entities to insure that resource contention is managed from a global focus.

Becoming a PMP
▪ Benefits of PMP certification
▪ Review of the certification process
Project Management Framework
▪ Project phases
▪ Project life cycles
▪ Areas of knowledge
▪ Project stakeholders
▪ Process Groups
Project Integration Management
▪ Project plan development
▪ Project plan execution
▪ Integrated change control
Project Scope Management
▪ Project initiation definition
▪ Work breakdown structure (WBS)
▪ Scope verification
▪ Scope change control
Project Time Management
▪ Schedule network development
▪ Resource loading and leveling
▪ CPM and PERT
Project Cost Management
▪ Definitions, types of costs
▪ Economic analysis
▪ Cost estimating and budgeting
▪ Cost control
▪ Earned value
Project Quality Management
▪ Quality planning
▪ Quality assurance
▪ Quality control
▪ Statistical process control
Project Human Resource Management
▪ Motivation and leadership
▪ Team development
Project Communications Management
▪ Communications planning
▪ Information distribution
▪ Performance reporting
Project Risk Management
▪ Risk Planning
▪ Risk identification
▪ Qualitative and quantitative risk management
▪ Risk response development and control
▪ Monte Carlo simulation
Project Procurement Management
▪ Procurement planning
▪ Solicitation and source selection
▪ Contract administration and close-out
Project Stakeholder Management
▪ Stakeholder identification
▪ Stakeholder engagement planning and managing

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