Project Management Professional (PMP®) +Agile

Training hours
48
700 JOD
350 JOD
Course Outline

Project Management Startups

  • Section -1- Introduction to PM and PMP Exam
  • Section -2- Introduction to Project Management
  • Section -3- Project Life Cycle and Organization
  • Section -4- Project Management Processes Overview

Project Initiating and Planning

  • Section -5- Initiating Process Group
    • Develop Project Charter
    • Identify Project Stakeholders
  • Section – 6- Planning Process Group
    • Develop Project Management Plan
    • Plan Scope Management
    • Collect Requirements
    • Define Scope
    • Create WBS
    • Plan Schedule Management
    • Define Activities
    • Sequence Activities
    • Estimate Activity Durations
    • Develop Schedule
    • Plan Cost Management
    • Estimate Costs
    • Determine Budget
    • Plan Quality Management
    • Plan Resource Management
    • Estimate Activity Resources
    • Plan Communications Management
    • Plan Risk Management
    • Identify Risks
    • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Plan Risk Responses
    • Plan Procurement Management
    • Plan Stakeholder Engagement

Project Executing and Monitoring and Controlling

  • Section -7-Project Executing Process Group
    • Direct and Manage Project Work
    • Direct and Manage Project Work
    • Manage Quality
    • Acquire Resources
    • Develop Team
    • Manage Team
    • Manage Communications
    • Implement Risk Responses
    • Conduct Procurements
    • Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • Section -8-Monitoring & Controlling Process Group
    • Monitor and Control Project Work
    • Perform Integrated Change Control
    • Validate Scope
    • Control Scope
    • Control Schedule
    • Control Costs
    • Control Quality
    • Control Resources
    • Monitor Communications
    • Monitor Risks
    • Control Procurements
    • Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

Project Closing and Code of Conduct

  • Section -9-Closing Process Group
    • Close Project or Phase

Exam Preparation

  • Submitting Application
  • Exam Structure & Tips

Agile

  • Section -1- General Introduction
  • Section -2- AN INTRODUCTION TO AGILE
    1. Definable Work vs. High-Uncertainty Work
    2. The Agile Manifesto and Mindset
    3. Lean and the Kanban Method
    4. Uncertainty, Risk, and Life Cycle Selection
  • Section -3- LIFE CYCLE SELECTION
    1. Characteristics of Project Life Cycles
      • Characteristics of Predictive Life Cycles
      • Characteristics of Iterative Life Cycles
      • Characteristics of Incremental Life Cycles
      • Characteristics of Agile Life Cycles
      • Agile Suitability Filters
      • Characteristics of Hybrid Life Cycles
      • Combined Agile and Predictive Approaches
      • Predominantly Predictive Approach with Some Agile Components
      • A Largely Agile Approach with a Predictive Component
      • Hybrid Life Cycles as Fit-For-Purpose
      • Hybrid Life Cycles as Transition Strategy
    2. Mixing Agile Approaches
    3. Project Factors That Influence Tailoring
  • Section -4- IMPLEMENTING AGILE: CREATING AN AGILE ENVIRONMENT
    1. Start with an Agile Mindset
    2. Servant Leadership Empowers the Team
      • Servant Leader Responsibilities
      • Role of the Project Manager in an Agile Environment
      • Project Managers Use Servant Leadership
      • Team Composition
      • Agile Teams
      • Agile Roles
      • Generalizing Specialists
      • Team Structures
      • Dedicated Team Members
      • Team Workspaces
      • Overcoming Organizational Silos
  • Section -5- IMPLEMENTING AGILE: DELIVERING IN AN AGILE ENVIRONMENT
    1. Charter the Project and the Team
    2. Common Agile Practices
      • Retrospectives
      • Backlog Preparation
      • Backlog Refinement
      • Daily Standups
      • Demonstrations/Reviews
      • Planning for Iteration-Based Agile
      • Execution Practices that Help Teams Deliver Value
      • How Iterations and Increments Help Deliver Working Product
    3. Troubleshooting Agile Project Challenges
    4. Measurements in Agile Projects
      • Agile Teams Measure Results
  • Section -6- ORGANIZATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR PROJECT AGILITY
    1. Organizational Change Management
      • Drivers for Change Management
      • Readiness for Change
    2. Organizational Culture
      • Creating an Environment of Safety
      • Assessing Culture
    3. Procurement and Contracts
    4. Business Practices
    5. Multiteam Coordination and Dependencies (Scaling)
      • Frameworks
      • Considerations
    6. Agile and the Project Management Office (PMO)
      • An Agile PMO is Value-Driven
      • An Agile PMO is Invitation-Oriented
      • An Agile PMO is Multidisciplinary
    7. Organizational Structure
    8. Evolving the Organization
  • Section -7- CALL TO ACTION

 

Course Objectives

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential is recognized as the universal standard of the profession. In PMP® training course, you will gain skills to help you prepare for the PMP® exam and pass it successfully. Through PMP® training course you will learn essential PMBOK® Guide (6th Edition) terminologies, tools and techniques. This accredited course from PMI® provides you with the 36 contact hours you need to be eligible for the PMP® exam.

Target audience

PMP® training course is designed for seniors, project managers, experienced engineers who desire to increase their project management skills and apply a standards-based approach to project management. However, a tailored course can be designed based on the clients requirements.