A Project Manager plans, initiates, and manages projects to to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget while giving the user the product they expect.
Start your project management journey by learning about noteworthy individuals and learn how the practice of project management contributes to the development of products, goods and services.
Keeping track of all activities that must be accomplished is no small undertaking. Learn about project integration management, why a project is initiated and potential pitfalls that can derail a project at any step.
Your ability to monitor and control the scope of the project and develop a schedule by which project activities will are critical to the success of your project. Learn the importance of iterative revisions and maintenance of the schedule.
Cost management is one of the most integral components of the project management process. Learn the process of monitoring your project status to ensure that your budget is up to date and the project's value is being delivered to meet expectations.
Project Managers are responsible for quality in terms of their project. Learn and apply the Project Management Body of Knowledge so you can learn quality management best practices to meet the needs and expectations of your project.
As a project manager, you will take on a variety of activities that will ensure the successful completion of the project. Learn about the processes that pertain to the Project Human Resource Management knowledge area and how to be an effective communicator.
Gain a working knowledge of the Project Risk Management knowledge area and the six processes that are aligned within the Project Planning and Project Monitoring and Control process groups.
Gain a comprehensive foundation in managing procurement activities that pertain to project management. learn what project stakeholder management is and control engagement.
Gain an understanding of difference between a Contact Hour and a Professional Development Units (PDU). Also learn about recent changes to the PMP exam.
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