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Lesson 1: Creating a High-Performing Team

  • Build a team
  • Define Team Ground Rules
  • Negotiate Project Agreements
  • Empower Team Members and Stakeholders
  • Train Team Members and Stakeholders
  • Engage and Support Virtual Teams
  • Build a Shared Understanding about a Project

Lesson 2: Starting the project

  • Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods and Practices
  • Plan and Manage Scope
  • Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
  • Plan and Manage Schedule
  • Plan and Manage Quality of Products/Deliverables
  • Integrate Project Planning Activities
  • Plan and Manage Procurement
  • Establish Project Governance Structure
  • Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure

Lesson 3: Doing the work

  • Assess and Manage Risks
  • Execute Project to Deliver Business Value
  • Manage Communications
  • Engage Stakeholders
  • Create Project Artifacts
  • Manage Project Changes
  • Manage Project Issues
  • Ensure Knowledge Transfer to Project Continuity

Lesson 4: Keeping the team on track

  • Lead a Team
  • Support Team Performance
  • Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers
  • Manage Conflict
  • Collaborate with Stakeholders
  • Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
  • Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team Performance

Lesson 5: Keeping the business in mind

  • Manage Compliance Requirements
  • Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value
  • Evaluate and Address Internal and External Business Environment Changes
  • Support Organizational Change
  • Employ Continuous Process Improvement

Intro to the PMI-ACP exam

  • Terminology and exam content outline review
  • Knowledge and skills area overview
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • Empirical Process Control

Domain I: Agile Principles and Mindset

  • Overview of Agile Methodologies
  • Scrum
  • Extreme Programming
  • Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
  • Lean Product/Software Development
  • Kanban
  • Feature Driven Development (FDD)
  • Crystal Methods
  • Adaptive Software Development (ASD)
  • Developing a Successful Mindset

Domain II: Value Driven Delivery

  • ROI and Benefit Measurement Methods
  • Earned Value
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • The Gulf of Misunderstanding
  • Dot Voting or Multi-Voting
  • MoSCoW
  • Monopoly Money
  • 100-Points
  • Kano Analysis
  • Customized Procurement

Domain III: Stakeholder Engagement

  • Charters and Agile Projects
  • Techniques of Pre-Project Engagement
  • The Definition of Done
  • Agile Knowledge Sharing and Communication
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Adaptive Leadership

Domain IV: Team Performance

  • Tuckman’s Ladder
  • Shu-Ha-Ri and Skill Mastery
  • Dreyfus Model:5 stages of skill acquisition
  • Collaborative Working Environments
  • Osmotic Communication
  • Team and Individual Coaching
  • Velocity tracking
  • Burn Down and Burn Up Charts

Domain V: Adaptive Planning

  • Iteration Zero
  • Analyzing Based on Business Value
  • Timeboxing
  • Epics, Features and User Stories
  • Story Mapping
  • Relative Sizing
  • Planning Poker
  • Sprint Calculations
  • Iterations and Spikes
  • Initial Velocity Planning

Domain VI: Problem Detection and Resolution

  • The Cost of Changes
  • Refactoring
  • Lead, Cycle Time and WIP
  • Determining Defects
  • Common and Special Causes
  • Risk Adjusted backlog
  • Risk Burndown Charts

Domain VII: Continuous Improvement

  • Process Tailoring
  • Cycle Time and Value Streams
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Total Cycle Time and Process Efficiency
  • Continuous Product Improvement
  • Intraspectives and Retrospectives

Outline

Exam info
Overview of the PMI® talent triangle
Changes coming up on the CAPM® at the end of August
Project Integration management

  • Create project charter
  • Develop the project management plan
  • Direct and manage project work
  • Manage project knowledge
  • Monitor and control project work
  • Close project or phase

Project scope management

  • Plan scope management
  • Collect requirements
  • Define scope
  • Create the WBS
  • Validate scope
  • Control scope

Schedule management

  • Plan schedule management
  • Define activities
  • Sequence activities
  • Estimate activity durations
  • Develop schedule
  • Control schedule

Project cost management

  • Plan cost management
  • Estimate costs
  • Determine budget
  • Control costs

Project quality management

  • Plan quality management
  • Manage quality
  • Control quality

Project resource management

  • Plan resource management
  • Estimate activity resources
  • Acquire resources
  • Develop team
  • Manage team
  • Control resources

Project communications management

  • Plan communications management
  • Manage communications
  • Monitor communications

Project risk management

  • Plan risk management
  • Identify risks
  • Perform qualitative risk analysis
  • Perform quantitative risk management
  • Plan risk responses
  • Implement risk responses
  • Monitor risks

Project procurement management

  • Plan procurement management
  • Conduct procurements
  • Control procurements

Project stakeholder management

  • Identify stakeholders
  • Plan stakeholder engagement
  • Manage stakeholder engagement
  • Monitor stakeholder engagement

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In order to maintain your Project Management Certifications, you’ll need these courses every year. We’ve got the perfect package for you.

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Beginner
4 PDU
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Transitioning to Agile Project Management

Beginner
4 PDU
Description

This course is designed to introduce waterfall teams to Agile frameworks. Learn to adopt and apply Agile best practices to projects that will benefit from this flexible approach.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

The differences in Agile Roles and Responsibilities

User stories

Best practices

Agility within an organization

Project managers

Program managers

Analysts

Developers

Testers

IT Managers/directors

Software engineers, architects, and managers

Team Leaders

Microsoft Project 2019

Using best practices in project management can be difficult in the real world. Gain a deeper understanding of what Microsoft Project software is doing in the background and how to use it for your projects in this course.

Beginner
8.5 PDU
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Microsoft Project 2019

Beginner
8.5 PDU
Description

Using best practices in project management can be difficult in the real world. Gain a deeper understanding of what Microsoft Project software is doing in the background and how to use it for your projects in this course.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

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Setting up the schedule and calendar

Creating and working with tasks

Adding and working with resources

Updating durations and tracking performance

Monitoring and controlling your project plan and providing reports to stakeholders

Deeper understanding of master projects, working with subprojects, and creating resource pools

New and current users of MS Project 2019

Practical Project Management with Microsoft Project

Using best practices in project management can be difficult in the real world. This course combines both concepts to help with the understanding of what MS Project software is doing in the background and how to take advantage of “perfect world project management” in a real world setting.

Beginner
8.5 PDU
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Practical Project Management with Microsoft Project

Beginner
8.5 PDU
Description

Using best practices in project management can be difficult in the real world. This course combines both concepts to help with the understanding of what MS Project software is doing in the background and how to take advantage of “perfect world project management” in a real world setting.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

The proper set-up of your project plan from start dates to calendars

Creating a manageable schedule

Working with durations and resources

Assigning costs to your resources

Updating your plan during execution to track performance

Monitoring and controlling your project plan and providing reports to stakeholders

Best practices in project management that align to software for better understanding of the inner working of MS Project 20

New and current users of MS Project 2016

PM Leadership: Leading a Cross-Cultural Virtual Team

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Beginner
2 PDU
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PM Leadership: Leading a Cross-Cultural Virtual Team

Beginner
2 PDU
Description

More project teams are becoming virtual and global. Many managers struggle to understand different cultures and manage diversity as well as different communication styles. This course is developed to help managers gain a world view and strengthen their global virtual teams.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

The differences between high and low context cultures and its effect on communication

Work styles of different cultures

Cultural values and how they impact projects

Virtual solutions

Body language to avoid with certain cultures

Negotiation strategies

Designing complementary roles and responsibilities

If you are certified with a PMP® or CAPM® this course is a good way to earn PDUs. If you aren’t certified but are looking for ways to identify ways to improve negotiation strategies for resources, materials or equipment, then this course can help toward certification credits or just help you gain some insight into better best practices.

PM Leadership: Motivating a Team of Individuals

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Beginner
4 PDU
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PM Leadership: Motivating a Team of Individuals

Beginner
4 PDU
Description

For many years, team motivation fell to the back burner of corporate necessity while the focus was on profit and process. Now organizations are beginning to see the value in team and individual motivations, work styles and general happiness at work. This short course will review different theories through time, personality styles and how to apply that information to your own team dynamic.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Techniques to manage by motivation

Identifying your team members’ motivating factors

Building team motivation throughout the project

Improving your personal team dynamic

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PM Leadership: Building a Communications Management Plan that Works

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Beginner
2 PDU
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PM Leadership: Building a Communications Management Plan that Works

Beginner
2 PDU
Description

Good leadership requires good communication skills. Whether you are a great communicator or you find yourself with misunderstandings across a team dynamic, this course can help direct you to building a plan that works for your individual stakeholders and team members.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Determining stakeholder communication requirements

How organizational dynamics can affect communication

People versus process

Communication styles

Developing a comprehensive communications management plan

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PM Leadership: Negotiating for More

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Beginner
2 PDU
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PM Leadership: Negotiating for More

Beginner
2 PDU
Description

Negotiations can be a challenge even for seasoned negotiators. This short course will describe a variety of ways to prepare for a negotiation, how to plan for what you want to gain and several proven negotiation techniques that you can fit to your communication and personality style.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Techniques to identify objectives and requirements to prepare for negotiation

Techniques to identify your own negotiation personality and that of the party

Top skills to employ during a negotiation

Tips and tricks to increase the win-win

Project Fundamentals for the Accidental Project Manager

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Beginner
8 PDU
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Project Fundamentals for the Accidental Project Manager

Beginner
8 PDU
Description

If you are amazing at your job and suddenly find yourself promoted and in charge of a project team, then you are considered an “accidental project manager”. This skills-based project management course covers the fundamental knowledge that all project managers must have to successfully initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control the competing constraints of any project.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Common best practices utilized by successful project managers

Common processes and documents, and how to incorporate them

How organizational variables can affect which best practices to utilize

How to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control in an effective manner

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Managing a Project Team

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Beginner
8 PDU
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Managing a Project Team

Beginner
8 PDU
Description

The human aspect of project management is usually overlooked and the technical side of project management is given the focus. This course is designed to help you look deeper at the people involved in your project – from planning your resource needs, to acquisition, development, and management of a team of individuals.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Will Panek

MCSE, MCT, 5xMVP

How to run an effective kick-off meeting

How to develop comprehensive HR Management Plan for virtual and co-located resources

Team acquisition negotiation skills

Motivational theories and team building

Holding the project closure meeting

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Planning Risk Management

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Beginner
4 PDU
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Planning Risk Management

Beginner
4 PDU
Description

Risk happens on all projects, and how risk is managed can make or break any project. This course focuses on Risk Management strategies across all project types. Regardless of experience or credentials, if you need to stop putting out fires and start managing risk effectively on your projects, this course is for you.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Determining your organizations’ risk thresholds and determining scoring for probability and impact

Risk identification techniques, the pros and cons

Creation and maintenance of a risk register

Contingency reserves and how to ask for them

Risk response categories and register updating

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Balancing Time/Cost/Scope

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Beginner
8 PDU
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Balancing Time/Cost/Scope

Beginner
8 PDU
Description

How do you balance time, cost and scope on your projects? The typical answer is pick two! Balancing competing constraints is a full-time job in project management. The focus of this course is to teach students how to build effective plans for each constraint, and how you can monitor and control each once the work is executed.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Best practices for balancing scope, time, and cost

Planning effectively for the constraints

Effective change control functions

Project closure and formal acceptance of deliverables

This course is designed for project managers who would like to improve their skills and gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively manage key project constraints. Project managers holding the PMP® or CAPM® certification will benefit from the skills taught in this class and will increase their knowledge level beyond what was covered in their certification prep class.Project management professionals can earn 4 PDUs toward CAPM® or PMP® certification, or may apply the PDU credit toward the Technical Skills continuing education requirement for certification maintenance.

Initiating a Project

Learn to improve performance during the initiation of your project. Development of a project charter and identification of your stakeholders is the first of many best practices you can use to kick-off your projects successfully. If this is your first project, or one of many, this course will bring focus to the initiation phase and help kick off a successful project.

Beginner
4 PDU
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Initiating a Project

Beginner
4 PDU
Description

Learn to improve performance during the initiation of your project. Development of a project charter and identification of your stakeholders is the first of many best practices you can use to kick-off your projects successfully. If this is your first project, or one of many, this course will bring focus to the initiation phase and help kick off a successful project.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Effective pre-project initiation

How to hold an effective kick-off meeting

Contributing to the project charter and understanding the elements

Identification of stakeholders and building a comprehensive stakeholder register

This course is designed for project managers who would like to improve their skills and gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively initiate a project. Project managers holding the PMP® or CAPM® certification will benefit from the skills taught in this class and will increase their knowledge level beyond what was covered in their certification prep class.Project management professionals can earn 4 PDUs toward CAPM® or PMP® certification, or may apply the PDU credit toward the Technical Skills continuing education requirement for certification maintenance.

Building Successful Scrum Teams

In this instructor-led, online training course, students will learn the fundamentals of Scrum, Scrum framework, how to master Scrum, planning a project with Scrum, and keeping Scrum healthy.

Beginner
8 PDU
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Building Successful Scrum Teams

Beginner
8 PDU
Description

In this instructor-led, online training course, students will learn the fundamentals of Scrum, Scrum framework, how to master Scrum, planning a project with Scrum, and keeping Scrum healthy.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Scrum framework

Scrum roles

Scrum process

How to utilize user story workshops

How to determine the definition of done

Scrum Masters

Project managers

Program managers

Analysts

IT Managers/directors

Software engineers, architects, and managers

Team Leaders

Working With Kanban Boards

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Beginner
4 PDU
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Working With Kanban Boards

Beginner
4 PDU
Description

Working with Kanban boards is an overview workshop on the values of using a Kanban approach in any project management framework, including the values and the steps to create a Kanban board.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Benefits of the Kanban approach

Definition of done

How to set up a Kanban Board

Project Managers

Analysts

Planning Coordinators

Product Managers

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

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Beginner
16 PDU
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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Beginner
16 PDU
Description

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt online training course provides students the knowledge and skills to work on Six Sigma projects within their organization. Build a fundamental understanding of all Six Sigma concepts with a focus on data collection and analysis.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Identifying which quality improvement projects are most vital 

Analyzing quality issues in a variety of different formulas, charts, and graphs.

The roles and responsibilities of a Six Sigma team.

Using Excel or MiniTab programs to document and analyze the information they are collecting.

The correct information to pass both the Yellow and Green belt certification exams

Engineers

Operations

Quality Engineers

Project Managers

Continuous Improvement Specialists

Architects and Managers

Team Leaders

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt online training course provides the students the skills to improve quality and reduce defects and eliminate waste within their organization.

Beginner
8 PDU
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Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Beginner
8 PDU
Description

The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt online training course provides the students the skills to improve quality and reduce defects and eliminate waste within their organization.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Ashley Hunt

Six Sigma history

Process improvement and quality methods

Lean concepts

Six Sigma concepts

Process components

Quality management

Ability to select the right projects

DMAIC & DMADV

Engineers

Operations

Quality Engineers

Project Managers

Continuous Improvement Specialists

Architects and managers

Team Leaders