Projects are not successful unless customer needs are met at the highest level of quality and at the lowest cost to the organization. In this course, you will learn how to identify critical quality requirements, fulfill those requirements through well designed processes and statistical awareness of technical specifications of project deliverables.
Often procurement activities have a direct impact on the successful outcome of a project. Skillfully working with buyers and suppliers to create a mutual trust and a common focus on well-defined objectives is a key focus for this exercise-centered course that uses real-world procurement management scenarios.
While it may not be possible to predict project outcomes with 100% certainty, you can influence the outcome, avoid many potential risks and be ready to calmly respond to unavoidable challenges instead of reacting to them and making things worse. This course will equip you with the proper knowledge to identify, assess, plan for and control risk.
CAPM® Prep IQ (12 Hours │ 12 PDUs) USD $39.99
Containing a total of 675 questions, this interactive application is a dynamic and thorough study aid for the PMI® CAPM® Certification Exam. A flexible online interface gives you the ability to sort questions by topic, and a real-time Question Navigator displays your success rate on questions that you've answered. The Practice Quiz option offers you hints and lets you flag questions, showing your score breakdown by category.
Try a Timed Exam to simulate the CAPM® Exam and answer 150 questions in 3 hours. When you’ve finished, you'll get detailed feedback, including your total score and your score by question category.
If you are just starting out in the project management field, earning your CAPM® certification shows your commitment to project management excellence and displays understanding of fundamental concepts. This course will get you aptly prepared to tackle the exam, and includes access to the interactive training program, PM Basics™.
EVM is originally rooted in government, but today all types and sizes of organizations are benefitting from its implementation. Learn to properly utilize EVM and create a solid platform for risk identification, corrective action and necessary management re-planning.
From identifying stakeholders and gathering requirements to planning and controlling the project, a global project has its own unique set of challenges. This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques so that you can establish effective management and leadership in an environment with a diverse set of stakeholders.
Succeeding in today’s competitive marketplace often requires cycle time reduction - reducing the duration of projects and getting results faster. This course will address managing multiple projects within the context of program or product management and will position you for immediate action.
Scope is only one part of the iron triangle, but it warrants a session of its own as effectively managing scope takes constant vigilance and discipline. This course provides a precise focus on the tools and techniques you need to satisfy the demands of scope throughout the entire project life cycle.
This comprehensive program will build your skills as a professional project manager while preparing you in-depth to earn your PMP® credential. Comprised of 11 Modules and 28 Lessons, the program motivates you with engaging graphics, interactive activities, knowledge checks, PMP exam tips, quick quizzes, helpful hints and scenario-based simulations.
A comprehensive project management learning tool and PMP® Exam preparation coach!
Containing a total of 1200 questions, this interactive application is a dynamic and thorough study aid for the PMP Exam. A flexible online interface gives you the ability to sort questions using multiple filters, and a real-time Question Navigator displays your success rate on questions that you've answered.
This intensive exam preparation workshop will provide a roadmap for how to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®’s) Project Management Professional (PMP®) examination. The workshop is kept up to date with the framework of knowledge outlined by PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
This 12-hour self-paced, multimedia training program teaches the fundamentals of project management across all areas of the PMBOK® Guide. Dynamic and interactive, the course has a friendly and easy-to-use interface and includes real-world case studies and exercises to ensure increased retention.
PM Basics™ PLUS : Managing Projects in SharePoint*
(12 Hours │ 12 PDUs)
PM Basics PLUS is a unique solution for managing projects in SharePoint that embeds just-in-time project management training into an execution environment. Integrating content and best practices from IIL's best-selling product (PM Basics), it features dashboards, templates and checklists that are easy to customize and configure.
If you are a PMI-ACP ® candidate, you will find this course to be indispensable. It provides comprehensive preparation for the exam as well as the support you need to take a more informed and effective role in Agile projects.
This intermediate to advanced course readies you for the PMI-SP® Exam by creating a study directive and identifying – and filling – knowledge gaps. Get to know the scheduling practice standards imperative to this specialized role.
Designed and developed by PgMP-certified consultants and instructors, this advanced course prepares you for the PgMP® Exam by instilling a thorough understanding of program management, its distinct competencies and interrelationship with project and portfolio management.
Program managers are like conductors—they coordinate the efforts of multiple functional groups, suppliers, and business partners. This advanced course guides you through the entire program management process, giving you the knowledge you need to achieve any programs’ strategic objectives.
A schedule and budget that satisfies the objectives of both the company and the client might seem impossible, but it’s far from it! We’ll show you how to use various tools and techniques to establish practical schedule and cost estimates, and how you can guide their development through successful project completion.
As computer technology continues to evolve, so has the ease with which information can be generated and presented to management and stakeholders. In this course, Dr. Harold Kerzner will help you identify the right metrics and a cost-effective way of presenting the data so that informed decision making can take place.
Focusing not on “failed” projects but projects headed for failure without appropriate intervention, this course covers the skills you need to rescue a troubled project, manage it to completion, and prevent future projects from facing similar issues.
This course defines the strategy, processes, information, analysis and deliverables of an effective portfolio management approach. Learn how to proactively identify, select, de-select and nurture a balanced and desirable mix of projects and how to improve the multi-project flow through your organization.
This course introduces the concepts and techniques included in PMI®’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). It provides insight into the role of a project manager, as well as giving suggestions on how support personnel can aid in the success of a project.
If you have never had "formal" project management training, but your job includes responsibilities such as process improvement, marketing campaign development, new product development, or other projects, this course will provide you with practical skills, concepts and principles you can take back to the job, along with insights you’ll need to adapt them to specific environments.
Good requirements are a project’s foundation. Build a strong foundation, and you will better withstand project challenges from start to finish. This course improves your ability to acquire, validate, prioritize and analyze requirements, as well as manage changing requirements throughout the project life cycle.
The Future of Project Management
(6 Hours │ 6 PDUs) USD $245
Explore the landscape of complex projects of the future with Dr. Harold Kerzner. This course will teach you how to improve your stakeholder management skills. It will also help you understand the importance of flexible project management methodologies and the need for incorporating value in making project decisions.
Integrating a Project Management Office (PMO) into an organization while avoiding bureaucracy, turf wars and other resistance is a complex issue. This course will help you design the kind of PMO that will be most effective for your organization and define the path to PM maturity and competency.
It takes skill and savvy to maintain a mutually-beneficial working relationship with vendors. Learn to look at things from the vendor’s perspective, build a strong foundation for successful collaboration and deftly manage quality, change, and the client/vendor relationship throughout the project.
You may know how to create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), but are you using it the right way? This course will show you how to develop an effective WBS for use in planning, executing, and controlling your next project and making better-informed business decisions.