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PMP Preparatory Course

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.

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Overview


You can find PMPs leading projects in nearly every country and, unlike other certifications that focus on a particular geography or domain, the PMP® is truly global. As a PMP, you can work in virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location.The PMP can also provide a significant advantage when it comes to salary and earning potential. Among survey respondents to PMI’s Earning Power Salary Survey, those with a PMP certification garner a higher salary (20% higher on average) than those without a PMP certification.



Employers benefit as well. When more than one-third of their project managers are PMP-certified, organizations complete more of their projects on time, on budget and meeting original goals. (Pulse of the Profession® study, PMI, 2015). The PMP signifies that you speak and understand the global language of project management and connects you to a community of professionals, organizations and experts worldwide. Become a PMP and become a project hero.

  • 1.1 Introduction
  • 1.2 Objectives Preview
  • 1.3 What Are PMI And PMP
  • 1.4 Application Requirements For The PMP Exam
  • 1.5 Guidelines To Fill Up The PMP Application
  • 1.6 About The PMP Exam
  • 1.7 PMP Exam Syllabus
  • 2.1 Project Management Framework
  • 2.2 Objectives
  • 2.3 Project
  • 2.4 Characteristics Of A Project
  • 2.5 Project Management
  • 2.6 Project Management Activities
  • 2.7 Program Management
  • 2.8 Features Of Program Management
  • 2.9 Portfolio
  • 2.10 Portfolio Management
  • 2.11 Relationship Between Portfolios, Programs, And Projects
  • 2.12 Project Management Office
  • 2.13 Managing The Triple Constraints
  • 2.14 Stakeholder
  • 2.15 Stakeholder Management
  • 2.16 Organization Structure
  • 2.17 Functional Organization
  • 2.18 Projectized Organization
  • 2.19 Matrix Organization
  • 2.20 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Organizational
  • 2.21 Project Lifecycle Vs. Product Lifecycle
  • 2.22 Project Life Cycles
  • 3.1 Project Management Processes
  • 3.2 Objectives
  • 3.3 Project Life Cycle Vs. Project Management Process
  • 3.4 Process Group Interactions
  • 3.5 Project Management Process Groups
  • 4.1 Project Integration Management
  • 4.2 Objectives
  • 4.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 4.4 Project Integration Management
  • 4.5 Role Of Project Manager, Team, And Sponsor
  • 4.6 Project Selection Methods
  • 4.8 Project Integration Management Processes
  • 4.9 Develop Project Charter
  • 4.10 Develop Project Management Plan
  • 4.11 Direct And Manage Project Work
  • 4.12 Monitor And Control Project Work
  • 4.13 Perform Integrated Change Control
  • 4.14 Change Management Process
  • 4.15 Close Project Or Phase
  • 5.1 Project Scope Management
  • 5.2 Objectives
  • 5.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 5.4 Project Scope Management
  • 5.5 Project Scope Management Activities
  • 5.6 Product Scope Vs. Project Scope
  • 5.7 Work Breakdown Structure
  • 5.8 Project Scope Management Processes
  • 5.9 Plan Scope Management
  • 5.10 Collect Requirements
  • 5.11 Group Creativity Techniques
  • 5.12 Group Decision-Making Techniques
  • 5.13 Requirements Traceability Matrix
  • 5.14 Define Scope
  • 5.15 Create WBS
  • 5.16 Validate Scope
  • 5.17 Control Scope
  • 6.1 Project Time Management
  • 6.2 Objectives
  • 6.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 6.4 Project Time Management
  • 6.5 Project Time Management Activities
  • 6.6 Project Schedule
  • 6.7 Relationships
  • 6.8 Dependencies 0:0
  • 6.9 Network Diagram
  • 6.10 Project Time Management Processes
  • 6.11 Plan Schedule Management
  • 6.12 Define Activities
  • 6.13 Sequence Activities
  • 6.14 Estimate Activity Resources
  • 6.15 Estimate Activity Durations
  • 6.16 Develop Schedule
  • 6.17 Schedule Network Analysis
  • 6.18 Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  • 6.19 Critical Path Method
  • 6.20 Calculation Of Float
  • 6.21 Schedule Compression
  • 6.22 Other Scheduling Techniques
  • 6.23 Control Schedule
  • 7.1 Project Cost Management
  • 7.2 Objectives
  • 7.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 7.4 Project Cost Management
  • 7.5 Cost Management Plan
  • 7.6 Control Account
  • 7.7 Project Cost Management Processes
  • 7.8 Plan Cost Management
  • 7.9 Estimate Cost
  • 7.10 Determine Budget
  • 7.11 Control Costs
  • 7.12 Earned Value Management
  • 7.13 Key Terms
  • 8.1 Project Quality Management
  • 8.2 Objectives
  • 8.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 8.4 What is Quality
  • 8.5 Quality Related Terms
  • 8.6 Optimal Level Of Quality
  • 8.7 Quality Management
  • 8.8 Quality Planning Vs Quality Assurance Vs Quality Control
  • 8.9 Quality Management Concepts
  • 8.10 Cost Of Quality
  • 8.11 Project Quality Management Processes
  • 8.12 Plan Quality Management
  • 8.13 Perform Quality Assurance
  • 8.14 Control Quality
  • 8.16 Seven Basic Quality Tools
  • 9.1 Project Human Resource Management
  • 9.2 Objectives
  • 9.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 9.4 Project Human Resource Management
  • 9.5 Project Human Resource Management Processes
  • 9.6 Plan Human Resource Management
  • 9.7 Organization Charts And Role Descriptions
  • 9.8 Acquire Project Team
  • 9.9 Develop Project Team
  • 9.10 Manage Project Team
  • 9.11 Team Dynamics
  • 9.12 Conflict Management
  • 9.13 Powers Of The Project Manager
  • 9.14 Organizational Theories
  • 9.15 Leadership Styles
  • 10.1 Project Communications Management
  • 10.2 Objectives
  • 10.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 10.4 Communication
  • 10.5 Communication Methods
  • 10.6 Communication Technology
  • 10.7 Communication Channels
  • 10.8 Basic Communication Model
  • 10.9 Project Communications Management
  • 10.10 Project Communication Management Processes
  • 10.11 Plan Communications Management
  • 10.12 Manage Communications
  • 10.13 Control Communications
  • 11.1 Project Risk Management
  • 11.2 Objectives
  • 11.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 11.4 Risk
  • 11.5 Key Terms
  • 11.6 Risk Categorization
  • 11.7 Decision Tree
  • 11.8 Risk Reserve
  • 11.9 Project Risk Management Processes
  • 11.10 Plan Risk Management
  • 11.11 Definition Of Impact Scale Example
  • 11.12 Identify Risks
  • 11.13 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • 11.14 Probability And Impact Matrix Example
  • 11.15 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • 11.16 Plan Risk Responses
  • 11.17 Control Risks
  • 12.1 Project Procurement Management
  • 12.2 Objectives
  • 12.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 12.4 Contract
  • 12.5 Characteristics of a Contract
  • 12.6 Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
  • 12.7 Types of Contract
  • 12.8 Key Terms
  • 12.9 Project Procurement Management
  • 12.10 Project Procurement Management Processes
  • 12.11 Plan Procurement Management
  • 12.12 Conduct Procurements
  • 12.13 Control Procurements
  • 12.14 Close Procurements
  • 13.1 Project Stakeholder Management
  • 13.2 Objectives
  • 13.3 Project Management Process Map
  • 13.4 Stakeholders
  • 13.5 Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  • 13.6 Project Stakeholder Management Processes
  • 13.7 Identify Stakeholders
  • 13.8 Plan Stakeholder Managementv
  • 13.9 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • 13.10 Control Stakeholder Engagement
  • 14.1 Professional and Social Responsibility

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