Getting ready for the certification: PMP®

Getting ready for the certification: PMP®

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35,0 PDUs (Technical)

The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI®) is a classic among project management certifications. Initiated in the 1960s as a collection of project management best practices, these have been compiled in the “PMBoK Guide” since then and are continuously improved. The standard thus incorporates many years of project management practice and provides a practical structuring aid and toolset for projects of very different types and environments: from simple to very complex, from predictable (predictive) to agile. The exam is demanding and certifies both the theoretical knowledge of best practices and their application in practice throughout the entire process.

 

 

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Beschreibung

Traditional project management has long been hyped, especially by new hypes, and in many places serves as a negative counter-example to agile frameworks. It’s a pity, really, because those who know their way around know that real project management expertise involves more than just mastering a tool or a procedure. After all, it is precisely in the context of our volatile, uncertain, complex and contradictory VUCA world that one is well advised to have a complementary toolbox. This is why established, comprehensive standards such as the Project Management Professional (PMP®) of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) are basically gaining in importance: The logic of the phase models of the standard serve different project types and contexts from simple and predictable – keyword “Predictive” – to complex, uncertain and novel – keyword “Agile”. In addition, the standard includes proven methods and tools from different disciplines (the so-called “knowledge areas”), which are relevant and useful for the successful management of projects of any kind. The standard is continuously revised by the PMI® community and thus receives its relevance and the claim to show “best practices” from project management.

 

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Framework

Definitions • Business environment and organisational influences • Project organisation • Project life cycle • Role of the project manager • Professional responsibility • Project management processes

Integration Management

Develop project order • Develop project management plan • Steer and manage project execution • Manage project knowledge • Monitor and control project work • Perform integrated change control • Complete project or phase

Procurement Management

Procurement management planning • Procurement execution • Procurement control

Stakeholder Management

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

Content and scope management

Plan content and scope management • Gather requirements • Define content and scope • Create work breakdown structure (WBS) • Validate content and scope • Control content and scope

Scheduling Management

Schedule management planning • Define activities • Determine sequence of activities • Estimate duration of activities • Develop schedule • Control schedule

Cost Management

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

Quality Management

Planning quality management • Managing quality • Steering quality

Resource Management

Planning resource management • Estimating resources for tasks • Procuring resources • Developing a team • Managing a team • Controlling resources

Communication Management

Planning communication management • Managing communication • Monitoring communication

Risk Management

Plan risk management • Identify risks • Carry out qualitative risk analysis • Carry out quantitative risk analysis • Plan risk management measures • Implement risk management measures • Monitor risks

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Objectives

  • You will gain a good insight into the management disciplines relevant to project management (so-called knowledge areas).
  • You will get to know useful methods, structuring aids, tools and techniques.
  • You will be prepared for the exam effectively and playfully with a fun factor.

 

Requirements

Please refer to the official website of the Project Management Institute (link) for all prerequisites for PMP® certification.

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