Price: 4.00 USD | Size: 2.50 GB | Duration : 5.30+ Hours



Price: 4.00 USD | Size: 2.50 GB | Duration : 5.30+ Hours
Accelerate Project Management and PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner certification and earn PMP Talent Triangle PDUs
What you’ll learn
Deliver world class projects
Create a Project Brief
Create a Project Initiation Document
Identify and manage Project Risks
Develop a Product Breakdown Structure PBS
Develop a Work Breakdown Structure WBS into a project schedule
Create a Business Case
Create and implement a management system for Directing a project
Define the management stages of your project
Create status reports
Maintain a Risk Log
Ensure your project management system includes all 7 Themes
Explain the underlying reasons for the 7 PRINCE2 Principles
Entrench the 7 PRINCE2 Principles in current and future projects
Identify the 7 PRINCE2 project management processes
Understand why all 7 Themes are important
Jumpstart your PRINCE2 studies with clarity of the 7 Principles, 7 Themes, and 7 Processes
Explain the importance of the 7 PRINCE2 project management processes
Include in your preparation for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam
Include in your preparation for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam Case Study
Enrolled students will receive a download of the PRINCE2-based project management handbook ‘Moving Back to the Future’
An Undergraduate degree OR
A Vocational certificate OR
5 years of work experience in any field OR
A hunger for future success
*PRINCE2 certification candidates should start the course familiar with the PRINCE2 framework
The Master Project Management Fundamentals and PRINCE2 course is designed to enhance your project management expertise through fresh perspectives, to accelerate your career using PRINCE2 as a methodology, or finalise your preparation for your PRINCE2 certification that indicates their level of knowledge and competence. Through the course you will:Deliver Stand Out ProjectsProduce Outstanding ResultsMaster PRINCE2 concepts and applicationLead Successful TeamsUnderstand the 7 PrinciplesWeave the 7 Principles into your approach to project managementRecognise and apply the 7 Themes to your projectsExplain the 7 Processes in the project lifecycleExplain who is responsible for each ProcessDesign your project approach around the Processes and ThemesAnalyse a project around you with your new knowledgeBroaden your perspective on the framework with reflections on real project examples in highway construction, oil rig fabrication, a steel mill, and airplane assembly.The course is useful for those who need a concise overview of the principles, processes, and themes that they hear about when talking PRINCE2. The course demystifies the three pillars of PRINCE2, showing clearly how they all hang together as a whole. Once you see the relationship between the three elements of PRINCE2 you will find learning and recall significantly easier.The principles are there to guide and lay a foundation for everyone. PRINCE2 projects should have a continued business justification throughout their life; the project management team must seek lessons from previous projects and learn of earlier successes and failures. A PRINCE2 project should be reported by exception, by the groups producing the products, through the project manager, to those directing the project. The project should have defined roles and responsibilities from the beginning, refined as the work details emerge. The project must focus on products rather than activities. Managing by stages supports the focus on products and managing by exception and allows you to review the business justification at the end of each stage.*Achieving the Certificate of Completion will provide 5 PDUs for the PMI?Recertification requirements in the Talent Triangle Ways of Working and Business Acumen (see in Bold).Business Acumen Benefits Management and Realization Business Models and Structures Competitive Analysis Customer Relationships and Satisfaction Industry Domain Knowledge Legal and Regulatory Compliance Market Awareness Function-Specific Knowledge Strategic Planning, Analysis, Alignment Ways of Working Agile and Hyper AgileHybrid Design Thinking Transformation Data Gathering and Modeling Earned Value Management Governance Performance Management Requirements Management and Traceability Risk Management Schedule Management Scope Management Time, Budget and Cost Estimation
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Mastering Project Management and PRINCE2
Lecture 2 PRINCE2 Overview
Lecture 3 PRINCE2 Overview Principles
Lecture 4 PRINCE2 Overview Themes
Lecture 5 PRINCE2 Overview Processes
Section 2: 7 Principles
Lecture 6 Introducing the 7 Principles
Lecture 7 Continued Business Justification
Lecture 8 Learning from Experience
Lecture 9 Defined Roles and Responsibilities
Lecture 10 Focus on Products
Lecture 11 Manage by Stages
Lecture 12 Manage by Exception
Lecture 13 Tailor to Suit the Project
Section 3: 7 Themes
Lecture 14 Introducing the 7 Themes
Section 4: The Business Case
Lecture 15 The traditional Business Case template explained
Lecture 16 The 5 Case Business Case Introduction
Lecture 17 The Strategic Case
Lecture 18 The Economic Case
Lecture 19 The Economic Case Options
Lecture 20 The Financial Case
Lecture 21 The Commercial Case
Lecture 22 The Management Case
Lecture 23 The Business Case Summary
Section 5: The Quality Theme
Lecture 24 Quality – High road or low road?
Lecture 25 Defining the Product
Lecture 26 Defining the Project
Lecture 27 Bringing it all together
Section 6: The Plan Theme
Lecture 28 Project Plan vs Schedule
Lecture 29 Creating a Product Breakdown Structure
Lecture 30 Creating a Work Breakdown Structure and Gantt
Lecture 31 An example of a Project Schedule in a Gantt chart
Section 7: The Change Theme
Lecture 32 Change Control
Section 8: The Risk Theme
Lecture 33 Risk Preview
Lecture 34 The Risk Theme Part 1 Introduction
Lecture 35 Risk Theme The Bridge Part 1
Lecture 36 Risk Theme The Bridge Part 2
Lecture 37 Risk Theme Part 2 – Using PESTLE
Lecture 38 Risk Theme Part 2 Risk Assessment
Lecture 39 Risk Theme Part 2 Log example
Section 9: The Progress Theme
Lecture 40 Progress Preview
Lecture 41 Progress – Built apart tracked together
Lecture 42 Progress tracking approach
Lecture 43 Progress Recap
Section 10: Starting Up a Project
Lecture 44 Starting Up a Project
Lecture 45 Starting Up extended description
Section 11: Directing a Project
Lecture 46 Directing a Project
Section 12: Initiating a Project
Lecture 47 Initiating a Project
Lecture 48 Initiating a Project recap
Section 13: Controlling a Stage
Lecture 49 Controlling a Stage
Section 14: Managing Product Delivery
Lecture 50 Managing Product Delivery
Section 15: Managing a Stage Boundary
Lecture 51 Managing a Stage Boundary
Section 16: Closing a Project
Lecture 52 Closing a Project
Section 17: Bonus: Leading Change
Lecture 53 The Kotter 8 Stage Change Model
Lecture 54 The ADKAR Change model
Lecture 55 The E4Xchange Leadership Model
Section 18: Bonus – The Mastering Enterprise Risk Management for Project Managers Course
Lecture 56 Bonus: Enterprise Risk Management Extended lecture
Lecture 57 Introducing the Noland University illustration
Lecture 58 Political Risk
Lecture 59 Economic Risk
Lecture 60 Inhospitable – the pandemic’s impact on hospitality
Lecture 61 Sociological Risk
Lecture 62 Technological Risk
Lecture 63 Legislative Risk
Lecture 64 Environmental Risk
Section 19: Conclusion
Lecture 65 Conclusion
Project administrators wanting to increase their project management knowledge,PMO leads who want to add more structure to their management system,Project Managers looking to study PRINCE2,Project Managers preparing for their PRINCE2 exams


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