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Project Management with Monday.com: The Complete Beginners Course

Learn How to Use Monday to Manage Any Project

By Georgi Ivanov | in Online Courses

Monday is a great tool to have in your project management software portfolio of skills. This is one of the top 3 project management tools used in the industry at the moment and can really be used to manage any type of project. It is an agile project management solution at its core, providing all the necessary features in order to run your project based on the latest best practices. This course will give you a deep understanding of Monday's functionality by using hands-on, contextual examples designed to showcase why Monday is awesome and how they can be applied in a number of ways.

  • Access 33 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Gain deep understanding of Monday's functionalities
  • Use hands-on, contextural examples designed to show case why Monday is awesome
  • Comfortably navigate Monday's interface
  • Create boards for your projects
  • Manage projects on Monday
  • Use all Monday options for items & columns
  • Learn how to communicate efficiently
  • Know how to use advanced search, tags, permission, options & more

Georgi Ivanov

Georgi is a project manager with 10 years worth of experience working for Fortune 500 companies. The past decade was a challenging and fulfilling one for him as it allowed him to work on multiple complex international projects in the IT industry. He is experienced with most of the Project Management software tools on the market and would love to share his knowledge and best practices from the industry.

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  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Your First Program
  • Introduction
    • Intro - 2:24
  • The Basics
    • Signing up for an account - 3:41
    • Creating our first board - 6:12
    • Structure your plan using Groups - 3:44
    • Create our tasks - 5:26
    • Assign tasks - 4:33
    • Columns the basics - 7:08
    • Communications - 3:07
  • Beyond the basics
    • Columns beyond the basics - 8:35
    • Formulas column - 6:51
    • Sharable boards - 2:23
    • Private Boards - 1:32
    • Permissions and Restrictions - 2:44
    • Search and Filter - 3:55
  • The Monday.com Views
    • The Chart View - 3:48
    • Files View - 2:07
    • Calendar View - 1:37
    • The Workload View - 3:21
    • Kanban View - 3:54
    • Timeline View - 2:34
    • Forms View - 6:09
  • Dashboards
    • Intro to Dashboards - 8:38
    • Dashboards Part 2 - 4:01
  • Other useful features and resources
    • Export and Import from Excel - 5:17
    • Templates - 4:39
    • Shortcuts - 1:57
  • Integrations & Automations
    • Integrations Intro - 4:18
    • OneDrive Integration - 1:26
    • Integrate with Microsoft Teams - 2:55
    • Integration Tips - 2:00
    • Automations - 5:50
    • Automations 2 - 8:00
  • Next Steps
    • Thank you - 0:51

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Project Management in One Hour

The Most Important Concepts & Processes of Project Management

By William Stewart | in Online Courses

This course covers the most important concepts and processes of Project Management best practices in one hour. First, an overview of definitions, key concepts, and the formal PMI process is provided. Then the key elements of the Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control, and Closing stages are described.

  • Access 19 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Know the difference between a process, project, & program
  • Learn the most important concept in project management
  • Understand why you need Initiation before Planning
  • Learn how Planning ensures everyone knows what they are getting into before they start
  • Know the purpose of execution
  • Understand the supreme importance of truth-telling in project reviews
  • Wrap up your project in an organized fashion
“Very informative, didn't waste any time, every second was full of relevant information and real life experience.” – Nicholas Major
William Stewart PhD, PMP
4.5/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

William Stewart is a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with more than 25 years of experience using the PMI processes to manage projects from $250K to $55M. He has delivered more than 200 onsite PM courses to more than 2,000 people. He has worked for large corporations, government, academia, and founded a software startup. He has in-depth experience with project management, risk management, systems integration, and software engineering.

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  • Introduction
    • Introduction
  • Overview
    • Overview: Project Definition - 1:26
    • Overview: Program Definition - 2:34
    • Overview: The Five PM Stages - 4:57
    • Overview: The Triple Constraint - 5:29
    • Overview: The Role Of The Project Manager - 2:42
  • Initiating
    • Initiation: The Project Charter - 2:57
  • Planning
    • Planning: One Page Planning Flowchart - 5:03
    • Planning: The Core Project Team (CPT) - 1:16
    • Planning: The Project Management Plan - 5:17
    • Planning: Final Project Plan Review - 2:17
  • Executing
    • Execution: The Purpose Of Execution - 1:53
  • Monitoring & Control
    • Monitoring & Control: The Purpose Of Monitoring And Control - 2:12
    • Monitoring & Control: Monthly Statusing - 2:55
    • Monitoring & Control: One Page Monthly Report - 1:39
    • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Review - 3:22
  • Closing
    • Closing: The Purpose Of Closing - 1:46
    • Closing: The Project Celebration - 1:34
    • Closing: The Project Final Report - 1:57

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Trello Project Management: Complete Course

Manage Tasks & Projects and Increase Team Collaborations Using Trello

By Uri Soglowek | in Online Courses

This basic course will cover everything you need to know about Trello so you can start and work with it to boost your productivity. In just a little over an hour, you'll be able to set up your account, build your projects, assign tasks and be able to manage an effective team, increase your productivity, and as a direct result, you will have more time to start a new project, or maybe, just maybe, a little bit more R&R (Rest and Relaxation) time. This course will help you make your project more efficient, less time-consuming, and more productive.

4.4/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 23 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Manage you own tasks effectively
  • Boost your productivity
  • Learn how to make your project workflow more efficient
  • Manage your team collaboration using Trello
Uri Soglowek | Entrepreneur, Marketing Consultant, Video Maker
4.2/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Since 1993, Uri have dedicated himself to learning and teaching how to shoot and edit professional video to people who have no understanding in the subject without getting them all confused with the technical nomenclature. His way of teaching is usually taking his students with him to do a whole project from beginning to end, utilizing the same techniques he used as an instructor to get you to dop the job well.

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  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Setting up
    • Welcome To the Effective Project Management Course - 2:37
    • Basic Definitions - 6:20
    • All The Settings You Need to know - 5:47
  • Working With Trello
    • How Trello Works - 5:16
    • Adding Members to your boards - 6:26
    • Labels And Filtering - 4:57
    • Due Date and Calendar - 7:13
    • Adding Attachments - 5:14
    • Card Actions - 6:00
    • List and Board Actions - 6:47
    • More Settings - 5:45
  • Trello iPhone App
    • iPhone App - Download & General Overview - 3:01
    • iPhone App - Board Options - 3:27
    • iPhone App - Board Settings - 4:35
    • iPhone App - List Settings - 2:17
    • iPhone App - Card Options - 2:15
    • iPhone App - Card description and Checklists - 4:08
    • iPhone App - Card attachments, Labels, Members and Due dates - 4:05
    • iPhone App - Filter Cards - 3:57
    • iPhone App - Comments - 5:44
    • iPhone App - Clear Cache - 2:39
  • Conclusion
    • Key Points To Working With Trello - 7:58
    • Final Thoughts - 2:39

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Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Supercharge Your Organization's Efficiency as a Lean Six Sigma-Savvy Project Manager

By Six Sigma Academy | in Online Courses

There are many schools of thought in the world of project management, but few are as respected and effective as Lean Six Sigma. Blending the Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, Lean Six Sigma is all about helping businesses drive profits by minimizing waste and reducing defects in their products. Utilizing case studies and real-life examples, this course walks you through the core principles of Lean Six Sigma, so you can help your business reach peak efficiency. Plus, you'll even receive a certification of completion to use as a powerful bargaining chip when you're out on the job hunt.

  • Access 50 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Master the core principles of Lean Six Sigma
  • Learn how to implement quality projects & applications
  • Perform statistical analysis w/ the Minitab tool
  • Master the Lean & DMAIC methodologies using case studies and real-life examples
  • Validate your training w/ a certificate of completion

Six Sigma Academy Amsterdam

Six Sigma Academy Amsterdam is a Holland based company that has trained and certified more than 90,000 students offline and online. Furthermore, its designers and lecturers have been involved in the supervision of projects at Lufthansa, Philips, Audi and many more companies in a wide variety of sectors. They believe in practical, to the point and fun education. We hope you will enjoy what we have prepared for you.

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  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
    • So what is Six Sigma? - 5:05
    • DMAIC, the backbone of Six Sigma - 5:52
    • Microsoft Excel vs Minitab - 3:40
    • Procedure certification
  • Define phase
    • Define phase intro - 2:10
    • Critical path method part 1 - 3:48
    • Critical path method part 2 - 9:46
    • Critical path method part 3 - 8:50
    • EXERCISE: Critical path method - 1:03
    • VoC and CTQ - 3:36
    • EXERCISE: VoC and CTQ - 4:21
    • Problem definition - 8:52
  • Measure phase
    • Measure phase intro - 4:45
    • QFD intro
    • Quality Function Deployment (QFD) - 15:44
    • Measurement scales - 10:57
    • EXERCISE: Measurement scales - 0:43
    • Central tendency - 12:13
    • Geometric mean with Excel - 7:46
    • EXERCISE: (Geometric) mean with Excel - 2:31
    • Normal distribution - 8:00
    • Standard Deviation Part 1 - 14:46
    • Standard Deviation Part 2 - 12:04
    • Standard Deviation with Excel - 6:15
    • EXERCISE: Standard deviation - 1:47
    • EXERCISE: Standard deviation with Excel - 1:33
    • DPMO and sigma score part 1 - 5:27
    • DPMO and sigma score part 2 - 3:20
    • DPMO and sigma score part 3 - 3:17
    • Sampling - 11:20
    • MSA - 11:08
  • Analyze phase
    • Analyze phase intro - 2:05
    • Correlation - 12:55
    • Correlation with Excel Part 1 - 6:06
    • Correlation with Excel Part 2 - 6:27
    • EXERCISE: Correlation with Excel - 1:19
    • Single OLS regression - 17:55
    • Single OLS regression with Excel - 6:39
    • EXERCISE: Single OLS regression with Excel - 1:15
    • Non-linear regression - 15:35
  • Improve phase
    • Intro Improve phase
    • DOE part 1 - 13:14
    • DOE part 2 - 8:40
    • Intro takt time, cycle time and bottlenecks - 3:27
    • Takt time - 3:16
    • Cycle time and bottlenecks - 6:12
    • Bottleneck solution - 4:10
  • Control phase
    • Control phase intro - 12:06
    • Control charts 1 - 11:06
    • Control charts 2 - 16:40

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Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Prep: 6th Edition

Pass PMP Certification in Your First Exam Attempt & Become an Industry and Methodology Butterfly

By Integrity Training | in Online Courses

The Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is a popular certification exam for project managers working in any organization, it essentially takes any organization's projects delivered on time, on budget, and goal-affiliated. This 14-hour PMP exam prep course will help you gain the fundamentals and necessary knowledge to ace the exam on the first attempt. It concentrates on the topics of the PMP exam with a wide collection of real-world scenarios, study aids, exam preparation tips, and learning tools. This course is based on the updated project management guidelines in the PMBOK Guide, 6th edition.

  • Access 452 lectures & 14 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the basics of project integration, scope & management
  • Know & prepare for the most probable type of exam questions
  • Get test preparation & taking strategies
  • Earn 30 PDUs by the end of the course

Stone River eLearning

Stone River eLearning was founded in 2011, and since then they have taught over 1,000,000 students through their website and through their reseller partners. Stone River eLearning focuses on developing high-quality video training in all areas of the technology field.

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  • Certificate of completion included
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  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Course Introduction
    • Introduction - 0:09
    • Course Introduction 1 - 2:21
    • Course Introduction 2 - 1:52
    • Instructor Introduction - 0:50
  • Chapter 01 - Application and the PMP® Exam
    • Application and the PMP Exam - 1:13
    • Extra Reading - 1:39
    • The Acme Widget Factory - 2:12
    • Project Management Professional - 1:40
    • How Do I Become A PMP? - 20:46
    • PMP Application - 0:48
    • PMP Exam - 4:55
    • PMP Exam - Initiating Part1 - 2:58
    • PMP Exam - Initiating Part2 - 2:00
    • PMP Exam - Planning Part1 - 2:22
    • PMP Exam - Planning Part2 - 3:06
    • PMP Exam - Planning Part3 - 3:31
    • PMP Exam - Executing - 2:35
    • PMP Exam - Monitoring & Controlling - 4:07
    • PMP Exam - Closing Part1 - 1:36
    • PMP Exam - Closing Part2 - 2:28
    • PMP Exam - 3:56
    • PMP Exam (Cont.) - 2:19
    • PMP Exam (Cont.) - 2:08
    • Test-Taking Strategies - 5:50
    • Chapter 01 Quiz
  • Chapter 02 - Types of Exam Questions
    • Types of Exam Questions - 0:14
    • Two Right Answers / Made up Terms - 2:29
    • Two Right Answers - 1:46
    • Situational Questions - 2:17
    • Extraneous Information - 1:59
    • Understanding vs. Memorization - 0:54
    • Questions With Invented Terms - 3:17
    • Answers With More than One Component - 1:55
    • PMI’isms - 1:07
    • PMI’isms (continue) - 3:45
    • The Exam – Why People Fail - 4:40
    • Chapter 02 Quiz
  • Chapter 03 - The Basics of Project Management - Part 01
    • Organizations and Project Management - 0:31
    • Differentiation vs. Integration - 1:47
    • Organic or Simple - 1:03
    • A Functional Organization - 1:43
    • Potential Advantages of a Functional Organization - 1:44
    • Potential Issues with a Functional Organization - 4:14
    • A Projectized Organization (PBO) - 1:07
    • Potential Advantages of a Projectized Organization - 3:02
    • Potential Issues with a Projectized Organization - 4:47
    • The Matrix Organization - 1:13
    • A Weak Matrix Organization - 1:01
    • A Balanced Matrix Organization - 0:40
    • A Strong Matrix Organization - 0:29
    • Potential Advantages of a Matrix Organization - 2:37
    • Potential Issues with a Matrix Organization - 2:58
    • Organizations Table - 2:59
    • Chapter 03.1 Quiz
  • Chapter 03 - The Basics of Project Management - Part 02
    • The Basics of Project Management - 0:24
    • What is Project Management? - 2:22
    • Projects and Operations - 1:59
    • Programs and Portfolios - 2:17
    • Organizational Project Management - 1:15
    • Key Terms Part1 - 3:04
    • Key Terms Part2 - 2:04
    • Key Terms Part3 - 2:33
    • Key Terms Part4 - 0:56
    • Key Terms – Life Cycles - 3:33
    • Key Terms (Cont.) - 2:44
    • It’s all about managing six (6) things. It’s simple really… - 0:38
    • Plan - Do - Check - Act - 2:05
    • Project Life Cycle Part1 - 2:54
    • Project Life Cycle Part2 - 3:09
    • Project Life Cycle Part3 - 6:07
    • The Big 3 Life Cycles - 2:37
    • Keys to the Predictive Waterfall Model - 0:43
    • The Basic Predictive Model - 1:23
    • Keys to the Predictive Model - 1:15
    • Keys Challenges to the Predictive Model - 1:18
    • The Iterative Life Cycles - 0:45
    • Advantages of the Iterative Model - 1:04
    • Challenges of the Iterative Model - 0:38
    • Prototyping - 1:04
    • Reasons to Prototype - 0:43
    • Dangers of Prototyping - 1:36
    • Managing WIP Part1 - 4:11
    • Managing WIP Part2 - 2:04
    • Foundation - 1:42
    • Scrum - 2:29
    • A Project Vision - 2:07
    • Product Backlog - 2:47
    • The Scrum Roles - 3:42
    • Scrum (Cont.) - 5:11
    • The Team Board - 4:57
    • Burndown Chart - 5:10
    • Sprint Planning Meeting - 2:30
    • The Daily Scrum - 3:44
    • The Daily Scrum conti... - 2:41
    • Sprint Retrospective - 2:25
    • Scrum Timeline - 3:19
    • PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas - 2:17
    • Ten Knowledge Areas Extended Part1 - 0:45
    • Ten Knowledge Areas Extended Part2 - 0:26
    • Ten Knowledge Areas Extended Part3 - 1:24
    • The Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Combined - 1:27
    • Chapter 03.2 Quiz
  • Chapter 04 - Project Integration Management
    • Project Integration Management - 1:05
    • Integration Management - 1:15
    • 4.1 Develop Project Charter Part1 - 3:03
    • 4.1 Develop Project Charter Part2 - 3:22
    • The Business Case Part1 - 6:10
    • The Business Case Part2 - 1:53
    • The Business Case Part3 - 0:51
    • 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan Part1 - 3:42
    • 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan Part2 - 2:47
    • 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan Part3 - 2:48
    • Baselines, Logs & Registers - 3:05
    • Project Management Plan - 1:35
    • 4.3 Direct & Manage Project Work Part1 - 0:33
    • 4.3 Direct & Manage Project Work Part2 - 1:48
    • 4.4 Manage Project Knowledge Part1 - 3:57
    • 4.4 Manage Project Knowledge Part2 - 6:55
    • 4.5 Monitor & Control Project Work Part1 - 1:01
    • 4.5 Monitor & Control Project Work Part2 - 1:52
    • 4.6 Perform Integrated Change Control Part1 - 2:35
    • 4.6 Perform Integrated Change Control Part2 - 1:22
    • 4.7 Close Project or Phase Part1 - 0:40
    • 4.7 Close Project or Phase Part2 - 3:30
    • Summary - 1:39
    • Chapter 04 Quiz
  • Chapter 05 - Project Scope Management
    • Project Scope Management - 0:07
    • Scope Management - 4:17
    • The Product vs. Project Scope - 0:56
    • The Scope Management Plan Answers… - 1:46
    • The Steps in Scope Management - 1:07
    • How Scope is Measured - 0:36
    • 5.1 Plan Scope Management Part1 - 0:27
    • 5.1 Plan Scope Management Part2 - 3:02
    • 5.2 Collect Requirements Part1 - 0:54
    • 5.2 Collect Requirements Part2 - 3:22
    • Requirements Data Gatherin - 3:03
    • Voting - 2:32
    • Idea Mapping Guidelines - 3:21
    • Brainstorming Steps - 1:27
    • 5.3 Define Scope Part1 - 0:43
    • 5.3 Define Scope Part2 - 2:01
    • Charter vs. Scope Statement - 1:40
    • 5.4 Create WBS - 1:01
    • WBS Terminology - 1:57
    • Components of the WBS - 2:05
    • Effective WBS’s - 1:28
    • 5.4 Create WBS (Cont.) - 1:20
    • 5.5 Validate Scope Part1 - 1:09
    • 5.5 Validate Scope Part2 - 1:29
    • 5.6 Control Scope Part1 - 1:52
    • 5.6 Control Scope Part2 - 0:53
    • Project Scope Management - Summary - 1:24
    • Chapter 05 Quiz
  • Chapter 06 - Project Schedule Management
    • Project Schedule Management - 0:56
    • Schedule Management - 0:26
    • 6.1 Plan Schedule Management Part1 - 0:59
    • 6.1 Plan Schedule Management Part2 - 2:00
    • 6.2 Define Activities - 2:09
    • Rolling Wave Planning - 1:06
    • 6.2 Define Activities (Cont.) - 2:04
    • 6.3 Sequence Activities - 0:51
    • PDM - 10:01
    • Conditional Diagramming - 1:40
    • Dependencies - 1:58
    • Leads & Lag - 1:46
    • 6.3 Sequence Activities (Cont.) - 1:23
    • Dependency Determination - 1:07
    • Leads & Lag (Cont.) - 4:41
    • 6.4 Estimate Activity Durations Part1 - 4:08
    • 6.4 Estimate Activity Durations Part2 - 5:16
    • Project Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT) Part1 - 5:34
    • Project Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT) Part2 - 2:43
    • Distributions - 4:04
    • Reserves - 2:33
    • Agile Estimation - 10:00
    • 6.5 Develop Schedule - 1:15
    • The Critical Path Method Part1 - 1:04
    • The Critical Path Method Part2 - 3:09
    • The Critical Path Method Part3 - 10:02
    • Resource Optimization Part1 - 3:07
    • Resource Optimization Part2 - 13:02
    • A Sample Story Map - 2:15
    • 6.5 Develop Schedule (Cont.) - 4:01
    • Leveling vs. Smoothing Part1 - 1:25
    • Leveling vs. Smoothing Part2 - 0:27
    • Leveling vs. Smoothing Part3 - 2:34
    • Other Terms - 1:46
    • Crashing vs. Fast Tracking - 1:00
    • Gantt Charts - 0:43
    • Milestone Chart - 0:37
    • 6.6 Control Schedule Part1 - 1:22
    • 6.6 Control Schedule Part2 - 1:28
    • Project Time Management – Summary - 1:27
    • Chapter 06 Quiz
  • Chapter 07 - Project Cost Management
    • Project Cost Management - 0:08
    • Cost Management Part1 - 0:33
    • Cost Management Part2 - 5:43
    • 7.1 Plan Cost Management Part1 - 0:43
    • 7.1 Plan Cost Management Part 2 - 2:01
    • 7.2 Estimate Costs Part1 - 1:27
    • 7.2 Estimate Costs Part2 - 4:22
    • 7.2 Estimate Costs Part3 - 2:09
    • 7.3 Determine Budget - 0:45
    • Accounting Terms - 3:12
    • 7.3 Determine Budget (Cont.) - 3:20
    • Funding Requirements - 1:27
    • Depreciation Part1 - 7:48
    • Depreciation Part2 - 3:27
    • Depreciation Part3 - 3:04
    • 7.4 Control Costs Part1 - 1:32
    • 7.4 Control Costs Part2 - 1:42
    • Cumulative Cost Curve - 6:29
    • In Alphabetical Order - 6:16
    • Forecasting - ETC - 5:06
    • Forecasting – EAC - 1:21
    • Forecasting – TCPI - 2:11
    • Earned Schedule Theory Part1 - 3:31
    • Earned Schedule Theory Part2 - 1:12
    • Earned Schedule Theory Part3 - 0:53
    • Cost Management – Summary - 4:42
    • Chapter 07 Quiz
  • Chapter 08 - Project Quality Management
    • Project Quality Management - 0:13
    • Quality Management - 0:38
    • Key Terms Part1 - 2:24
    • Key Terms Part2 - 4:54
    • Thought Leaders - 6:00
    • 8.1 Plan Quality - 1:25
    • Cost of Quality Part1 - 2:19
    • Cost of Quality Part2 - 2:35
    • Flowcharts Part1 - 0:51
    • Flowcharts Part2 - 1:08
    • SIPOC - 0:59
    • SIPOC Steps - 1:47
    • SIPOC (Cont.) - 1:28
    • Logical Data Model Part1 - 2:27
    • Logical Data Model Part2 - 1:28
    • Logical Data Model Part3 - 4:57
    • Matrix Diagrams - 1:53
    • Matrix Diagram Symbols - 0:46
    • Sample Matrix Diagrams - 1:19
    • Test Driven Development (TDD) Part1 - 2:19
    • Test Driven Development (TDD) Part2 - 1:09
    • Test Driven Development (TDD) Part3 - 1:15
    • Test Driven Development (TDD) Part4 - 0:53
    • Test Driven Development (TDD) Part5 - 1:10
    • Refactoring - 1:04
    • Types of Refactoring Part1 - 1:17
    • Types of Refactoring Part2 - 0:49
    • Types of Refactoring Part3 - 0:44
    • 8.2 Manage Quality Part1 - 0:58
    • 8.2 Manage Quality Part2 - 1:29
    • Root Cause Analysis Part1 - 1:16
    • Root Cause Analysis Part2 - 0:45
    • Affinity Diagrams - 0:34
    • Affinity Diagrams Steps - 0:42
    • Affinity Diagrams (Cont.) - 0:36
    • Cause and Effect Diagram - 1:12
    • Histogram Sample - 0:42
    • Scatter Diagram - 0:31
    • Control and Limits - 3:02
    • Pareto Diagrams - 1:33
    • Run Chart - 0:28
    • Design For X - 0:55
    • Problem Solving - 1:13
    • Benchmarking - 1:11
    • Design of Experiments (DOE) - 2:16
    • 8.3 Control Quality Part1 - 0:44
    • 8.3 Control Quality Part2 - 2:31
    • 7 Basic Quality Tools - 1:31
    • Check or Tally Sheets - 0:58
    • Statistical Sampling Terms - 5:24
    • Statistical Terms - 2:03
    • Statistical Example - 2:18
    • Project Quality Management – Summary Part1 - 1:45
    • Project Quality Management – Summary Part2 - 2:48
    • Chapter 08 Quiz
  • Chapter 09 - Project Resource Management
    • Project Resource Management - 1:44
    • The Processes that Organize All Project Resources - 1:52
    • 9.1 Plan Resources Management Part1 - 1:00
    • 9.1 Plan Resources Management Part2 - 2:32
    • Team Charter - 1:35
    • Organization Chart - 1:07
    • Responsibility Assignment Matrix - 2:47
    • Common Theories Part1 - 3:51
    • Common Theories Part2 - 0:44
    • McGregor’s Theory of X and Y - 0:34
    • Hertzberg’s Theory - 3:42
    • Theory Z - 2:44
    • Resource Management Plan - 1:24
    • 9.2 Estimate Activity Resources Part1 - 0:50
    • 9.2 Estimate Activity Resources Part2 - 2:47
    • 9.3 Acquire Resources Part1 - 1:49
    • 9.3 Acquire Resources Part2 - 2:35
    • 9.4 Develop Team Part1 - 0:54
    • 9.4 Develop Team Part2 - 3:10
    • The Five (5) Conflict Resolution Mode Part1 - 5:01
    • The Five (5) Conflict Resolution Mode Part2 - 1:47
    • Speed B. Leas Conflict Model - 3:46
    • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team - 0:33
    • Absence of Trust Part1 - 1:02
    • Absence of Trust Part2 - 1:57
    • Absence of Conflict Part1 - 1:07
    • Absence of Conflict Part2 - 0:29
    • Lack of Commitment Part1 - 0:52
    • Lack of Commitment Part2 - 1:03
    • Avoidance of Accountability Part1 - 1:13
    • Avoidance of Accountability Part2 - 0:27
    • Inattention to Results Part1 - 1:13
    • Inattention to Results Part2 - 1:09
    • 9.5 Manage Team Part1 - 0:47
    • 9.5 Manage Team Part2 - 1:05
    • Emotional Intelligence Part1 - 1:19
    • Emotional Intelligence Part2 - 1:27
    • Ability -Based EI Model - 1:58
    • Goleman’s Mixed EI Model - 0:56
    • Trait EI Model - 1:12
    • Leadership Styles - 1:35
    • Theories of Management Style Part1 - 1:01
    • Theories of Management Style Part2 - 0:51
    • Sources of Power - 2:58
    • Servant Leadership - 1:05
    • Management vs. Leadership - 1:15
    • Adaptive Leadership - 0:54
    • 9.6 Control Resources Part1 - 0:27
    • 9.6 Control Resources Part2 - 1:10
    • Final Terms - 1:54
    • Project Resources Management – Summary - 1:18
    • Chapter 09 Quiz
  • Chapter 10 - Project Communications Management
    • Project Communications Management - 0:24
    • Communications Management - 1:50
    • Communications Dimensions Part1 - 1:27
    • Communications Dimensions Part2 - 1:22
    • Communications Terms - 2:07
    • The Communication Model - 1:40
    • The Formula for One -to -one Communications - 2:44
    • Didactic Communication Example - 1:38
    • Styles - 2:03
    • 10.1 Plan Communications Management Part1 - 0:41
    • 10.1 Plan Communications Management Part2 - 1:24
    • Stakeholder Engagement Matrix - 0:58
    • The Communications Management Plan - 1:04
    • 10.2 Manage Communications - 0:28
    • Communications Techniques and Considerations - 1:23
    • 10.2 Manage Communications (Cont.) - 1:33
    • 10.3 Monitor Communications - 0:30
    • 10.3 Control Communications - 1:05
    • Communications Management - Summary - 2:20
    • Chapter 10 Quiz
  • Chapter 11 - Project Risk Management
    • Project Risk Management - 0:16
    • Risk Management - 1:52
    • Risk - 1:01
    • Project Risks - 0:39
    • Types of Risks - 2:24
    • Key Terms Part1 - 1:47
    • Key Terms Part2 - 1:30
    • 11.1 Plan Risk Management Part1 - 1:40
    • 11.1 Plan Risk Management Part2 - 1:15
    • Included in the Risk Management Plan - 2:16
    • Sample RBS - 1:28
    • Scales for Impact and Probability - 2:44
    • Sample Impact Matrix - 1:50
    • 11.2 Identify Risks Part1 - 0:45
    • 11.2 Identify Risks Part2 - 2:37
    • Brainstorming Part1 - 1:46
    • Brainstorming Part2 - 1:19
    • Delphi Technique - 0:41
    • SWOT Analysis - 0:58
    • Prompt Lists - 0:56
    • The Risk Register - 1:01
    • 11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Part1 - 1:18
    • 11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Part2 - 1:03
    • Risk Parameters Part1 - 1:35
    • Risk Parameters Part2 - 1:17
    • Probability & Impact Matrix - 1:55
    • 11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Part1 - 1:16
    • 11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Part2 - 0:43
    • Influence Diagrams Part1 - 0:19
    • Influence Diagrams Part2 - 0:34
    • Expected Monetary Value (EMV) - 2:46
    • Decision Tree Analysis Part1 - 3:38
    • Decision Tree Analysis Part2 - 4:04
    • Data Modeling - Simulation - 3:31
    • 11.5 Plan Risk Responses Part1 - 1:43
    • 11.5 Plan Risk Responses Part2 - 1:51
    • Response Strategies - 2:34
    • Risk Register Updates - 1:49
    • 11.6 Implement Risk Responses - 0:39
    • 11.6 Plan Implement Responses - 1:21
    • 11.7 Monitor Risks Part1 - 2:02
    • 11.7 Monitor Risks Part2 - 1:14
    • Project Risk Management – Summary Part1 - 1:09
    • Project Risk Management – Summary Part2 - 1:05
    • Chapter 11 Quiz
  • Chapter 12 - Project Procurement Management
    • Project Procurement Management - 0:52
    • Procurement Management - 1:11
    • Procurement PMIisms - 1:49
    • Procurement Terms Part1 - 1:44
    • Procurement Terms Part2 - 1:33
    • Procurement Terms Part3 - 0:58
    • Procurement Terms Part4 - 1:31
    • 12.1 Plan Procurement Management Part1 - 0:59
    • 12.1 Plan Procurement Management Part2 - 3:04
    • Source Selection Analysis - 2:24
    • Procurement Management Plan - 1:23
    • Bid Documents - 1:50
    • Procurement Statement of Work - 1:00
    • 3 Types - 1:20
    • Procurement Documents - 0:31
    • Contract - 5:51
    • 12.2 Conduct Procurements Part1 - 0:59
    • 12.2 Conduct Procurements Part2 - 2:36
    • Negotiating Tactics Part1 - 1:11
    • Negotiating Tactics Part2 - 0:55
    • Source Selection Criteria - 1:36
    • 12.3 Control Procurements Part1 - 1:37
    • 12.3 Control Procurements Part2 - 2:01
    • Negotiate Settlements - 1:06
    • Project Procurement Management – Summary - 1:51
    • Chapter 12 Quiz
  • Chapter 13 - Project Stakeholder Management
    • Project Stakeholder Management - 0:40
    • Stakeholder Management - 0:24
    • 13.1 Identify Stakeholders Part1 - 0:36
    • 13.1 Identify Stakeholders Part2 - 2:09
    • Brain Writing – Data Gathering Part1 - 0:49
    • Brain Writing – Data Gathering Part2 - 1:22
    • Data Analysis for Stakeholders - 0:50
    • Classification Models for Stakeholder Analysis - 0:37
    • Stakeholder Prioritization - 1:32
    • Salience Model Part1 - 0:52
    • Salience Model Part2 - 0:40
    • Salience Model Part3 - 0:31
    • Salience Model Part4 - 1:28
    • Direction of Influence - 1:07
    • Stakeholder Engagement Classification - 0:48
    • 13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management Part1 - 0:34
    • 13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management Part2 - 1:03
    • 13.3 Manage Stakeholder Engagement Part1 - 0:21
    • 13.3 Manage Stakeholder Engagement Part2 - 0:47
    • 13.4 Monitor Stakeholder Engagement Part1 - 0:28
    • 13.4 Monitor Stakeholder Engagement Part2 - 0:55
    • Project Stakeholder Management – Summary - 1:41
    • Chapter 13 Quiz
  • Chapter 14 - Professional Responsibility
    • Professional Responsibility - 0:22
    • Duty to the Profession - 3:32
    • Scope & Estimates Part1 - 1:30
    • Scope & Estimates Part2 - 2:01
    • Authority - 0:58
    • Above All Else…Part1 - 0:51
    • Above All Else…Part2 - 1:52
    • Chapter 14 Quiz
    • Course Closure - 0:43

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The Complete Jira Agile Project Management Course

Master Your Workflow the Jira Software Way in Just an Hour of Project Management Training

By Danny Liu | in Online Courses

Have you been tasked by your company to figure out how to make software and business projects work more smoothly? In this course, you'll learn how to master JIRA Agile cloud software to help you streamline your projects while turning yourself into a project management professional! Whether you're new to JIRA or Agile methodologies, an Agile Certified Scrum Master, product owner, or software developer, this course will provide you the strategic and tactical essentials to get the most out of your JIRA Agile projects using a REAL web design example project, while saving you tons of time during the learning process.

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  • Configure & customize board components, swimlanes, columns and layouts to help your team visualize work in progress w/ ease
  • Understand the key differences between Epics, Stories, Sub-Tasks & Bugs
  • Leverage burndown, control & cumulative flow charts for reporting
  • Create & understand the key differences between JIRA Scrum and Kanban boards
  • Understand the Jira issue workflow & how to create issues
Danny Liu | Jira Software & Productivity Ninja, Digital Entrepreneur
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Danny Liu is an Agile Release Manager and a CSPO/CSM & Digital Product Creator. As a seasoned 15-year career technologist, Danny has led high-performance teams, ranging from technology infrastructure engineering design & support to modern-day cloud computing and web development teams that leverage DevOps and CI/CD approaches to deliver digital products early and often.

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  • Basic understanding of Agile terminology and concepts
  • Access to Jira server or cloud

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to the Course - 1:25
    • About the Instructor - 1:02
    • Why Jira? - 3:45
    • Why This Course? - 1:26
    • Pre-Requisites - 1:43
  • Create Your 1st Jira Project
    • The Setup - 4:23
    • Take Action: Setting Up Your Project and Components - 0:42
  • Creating JIRA Issue Types (Epics, Stories, Bugs and Tasks)
    • Creating Issue Types: Overview - 0:47
    • Epics - 4:03
    • Take Action: Create Your 1st Epic! - 0:22
    • Stories - 4:45
    • Bulk Editor - The #1 JIRA Productivity Tool - 2:22
    • Take Action: Create Your Stories and Tagged Epic - 0:27
    • Tasks - 2:37
    • Bugs - 1:48
    • Summary - 0:24
  • How to Create Effective Scrum & Kanban Boards
    • What is a Board? - 1:22
    • Create a Scrum Board - 2:18
    • Create a Kanban Board - 5:28
    • Summary: Key Takeaways for Scrum and Kanban Boards - 1:13
  • Customizing Your Board Settings
    • Board Settings Overview - 0:37
    • General Board Settings - 2:56
    • Columns Board Settings - 3:01
    • Swimlanes Board Settings - 2:08
    • Quick Filters Board Settings - 2:33
    • Card Colors Board Settings - 1:33
    • Card Layout Board Settings - 2:35
    • Estimation Board Settings - 4:45
    • Working Days Board Settings - 1:44
    • Issue Detail View Board Settings - 2:27
    • Board Settings Summary - 2:00
  • Release Management 101
    • Introduction to Release Management 101 - 3:41
    • How to Create a Jira Release Version - 4:57
  • Backlog Management 101
    • Section7Lesson1BacklogIntro - 1:17
    • Section7Lesson2BacklogMgmt_DeletingisOK - 0:57
    • Section7Lesson3BacklogMgmt_CommonMyths - 2:43
    • Section7Lesson4BacklogMgmt_BulkDelete - 7:22

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Agile Vs Waterfall Project Methodologies Comparison

Explore How Agile Differs from the Traditional Project Management Model

By Angelo Tafalo | in Online Courses

In this course, you will explore which are the typical challenges faced by traditional (Waterfall) project methodology and how the Agile paradigm differs and let you overcome these challenges in today's "VUCA" world. Here, a brief history of Agile frameworks will be further shown, plus the benefits of Agile, recommendations on when Agile best fits, the key success factors for an Agile transformation, and a good focus on the most used Agile frameworks, which goes under the name of Scrum.

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  • Know when Agile is best applied & which are its success factors
Angelo Tofalo | PSM1, SAFe SPC, PMP, EBA Strategist | Agile Transformation Coach
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Angelo is a project manager, agile coach, and trainer with more than 15 years of experience gained in an imporant multinational consultancy company. He believe that in order to be successful on the field, it is necessary to pay the right attention to training.

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  • FROM TRADITIONAL (WATERFALL) PROJECT MANAGEMENT MODEL TO AGILE
    • WATERFALL. TYPICAL DIFFICULTIES - 5:48
    • AGILE HYSTORY AND 2001’s MANIFESTO - 10:31
    • AGILE A DIFFERENT APPROACH - 3:57
    • AGILE BENEFITS - 1:57
    • WHEN AGILE IS BEST APPLIED + SUCCESS FACTORS - 2:58
    • DOWNLOAD: AGILE VS WATERFALL. OVERVIEW DIAGRAM
    • DOWNLOAD: AGILE Vs WATERFALL SIDE BY SIDE BY PROJECT STAGE
    • Practice Test
    • BONUS : SPECIAL PROJECT FOR STUDENTS !

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Agile & Scrum Master Certification Prep: Video and Lessons with eBook and Exams

Become an Expert Agile Scrum Master & Prepare Your PSM I™ Certification in 2 Weeks!

By Angelo Tafalo | in Online Courses

This course is the most comprehensive course when it comes to Scrum and professional Scrum master certification because it is aligned with the latest version of the Scrum Guide, and explains its content with maximum attention to clearness and details. Also, this course contains everything you need to pass the PSM on the first try and achieve a very high score. Furthermore, it comes with lots of examples of how Scrum is implemented in the real world.

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  • Learn Agile principles & how it differs with traditional model of project management
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  • Learn everything there is to know to pass the PSM at first try with very high scores
  • Learn about Scrum framework, its theory, values, accountabilities & more
Angelo Tofalo | PSM1, SAFe SPC, PMP, EBA Strategist | Agile Transformation Coach
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Angelo is a project manager, agile coach, and trainer with more than 15 years of experience gained in an imporant multinational consultancy company. He believe that in order to be successful on the field, it is necessary to pay the right attention to training.

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Course Outline

  • BONUS: FREE SAMPLE PSM I EBOOK PART OF THIS COURSE
    • FREE SAMPLE PSM I EBOOK PART OF THIS COURSE
  • OBJECTIVES AND TARGETS OF THE COURSE
    • COURSE GOAL AND CONTENT - 8:28
    • COURSE CURRICULUM with LABELS
  • BONUS: EBOOK OF THE WHOLE COURSE (ONLINE VIEWER)
    • EBOOK OF THE WHOLE COURSE (ONLINE VIEWER)
  • PSM I CERTIFICATION PREPARATION GUIDELINES, TIPS & TRICKS
    • HOW TO BEST PREPARE FOR THE PSM I CERTIFICATION - 9:06
  • THE SCRUM FRAMEWORK
    • WHAT_S NEW IN THE SCRUM GUIDE v2020
    • INTRODUCTION TO SCRUM FRAMEWORK - 11:41
    • SCRUM THEORY AND VALUES - 8:17
    • 2020 SCRUM GUIDE - ENGLISH
    • SCRUM GLOSSARY
    • FRAMEWORK NAVIGATOR
  • THE SCRUM TEAM
    • THE SCRUM TEAM - 7:45
    • PRODUCT, PRODUCT GOAL AND PRODUCT OWNER - 14:13
    • THE DEVELOPERS - 3:22
    • THE SCRUM MASTER - 7:30
    • THE 8TH CHARACTERISTICS OF A PERFECT SCRUM MASTER
  • THE SCRUM EVENTS
    • SCRUM EVENTS - 3:01
    • THE SPRINT - 5:52
    • THE SPRINT PLANNING - 9:56
    • THE DAILY SCRUM - 3:47
    • THE SPRINT REVIEW - 5:34
    • THE SPRINT RETROSPECTIVE - 4:49
    • SCRUM FRAMEWORK. OVERVIEW DIAGRAM OF A SPRINT
  • SCRUM ARTIFACTS
    • PRODUCT BACKLOG - 7:39
    • SPRINT BACKLOG - 1:47
    • INCREMENT E DEFINITION OF DONE - 3:49
    • COMMITMENTS - 3:32
  • BONUS: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SPRINT
    • A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SPRINT
  • SCALING SCRUM
    • SCALING SCRUM - INTRO - 2:02
    • SCRUM OF SCRUMS - 2:24
    • NEXUS FRAMEWORK - 4:57
    • DOWNLOAD: THE NEXUS FRAMEWORK POSTER
    • Practice Test
  • AGILE REQUIREMENTS
    • AGILE REQUIREMENTS - PRODUCTS, INITIATIVES, EPICS, FEATURE, STORIES, TASK - 11:05
    • Practice Test
  • ESTIMATION TECHCNIQUES
    • ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES, THEORY, T-SHIRT SIZING, PLANNING POKER - 9:14
    • BUCKET SYSTEM, AFFINITY MAPPING, UNIT OF TIME - 4:11
    • Practice Test
  • AGILE METRICS
    • AGILE METRICS. THEORY. VELOCITY - 7:06
    • AGILE METRICS - SPRINT BURN-DOWN - 8:13
    • AGILE METRICS - EPIC AND RELEASE BURN-UP, CUMULATIVE FLOW, OTHER METRICS - 5:50
    • Practice Test
  • 2 PSM I EXAM SIMULATORS (160 HIGH QUALITY QUESTIONS. REAL MODE)
    • PSM I Exam Simulators

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Smartsheet for Project Management: The Complete Beginners Course

Learn Smartsheet Project Management Quickly with This Up-to-Date Training

By Georgi Ivanov | in Online Courses

This course will give you a deep understanding of Smartsheet functionality by using hands-on, contextual examples designed to showcase why Smartsheet is awesome and how how to use it to manage projects like a real Project Manager. Here, you will learn how to create sheets from scratch, Smartsheet tools that are available to collaborate, all the different views available in Smartsheet, and a whole lot more. After this course, you will improve your Project Management skillset.

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  • Know how to use Smartsheet to professionally manage projects
  • Learn all the features that you need to know quickly
  • Learn tricks & tips that come from years of experience
  • Learn from professionals who have used the software for years

Georgi Ivanov

Georgi is a project manager with 10 years worth of experience working for Fortune 500 companies. The past decade was a challenging and fulfilling one for him as it allowed him to work on multiple complex international projects in the IT industry. He is experienced with most of the Project Management software tools on the market and would love to share his knowledge and best practices from the industry.

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  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Access to Smartsheet

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  • Introduction
    • Intro - 2:16
  • The Basics
    • Create your account - 1:59
    • Smartsheet interface - 2:30
    • Creating our first sheet - 8:49
    • Format sheet and assign values - 6:27
    • Assigning task owners - 8:10
    • Rows deep dive - 9:45
    • Columns - 7:38
    • Conversations - 4:57
  • Beyond the basics
    • Conditional Formatting - 5:49
    • Formulas - 6:24
    • Sorting and Filtering - 7:02
    • Reports - 8:22
    • Sharing and Publishing - 5:10
    • Activity Log - 1:33
    • The Card View - 10:12
    • The Calendar View - 5:31
    • The Gantt View - 5:44
    • Automations - 6:09
  • Projects
    • Projects Intro - 2:52
    • Creating a Feedback Form - 8:26
    • Feedback Form - Part 2 - 10:10
    • Saving as a Template - 4:56
    • Agile Plan from Scratch - 7:19
    • Agile Plan Notifications - 3:31
    • Agile Plan Notifications 2 - 3:28
    • Agile Project Notifications feature - 1:48
    • Create our To-Do List - 4:05
    • Create our To-Do List - part 2 - 6:05
    • Automate To-Do List Reminders - 2:54
    • The Main Employee Database - 6:19
    • Holiday Planner - 8:25
  • Other useful features
    • Solution Center - 8:24
    • Reporting - 3:53
  • Next Steps
    • Thank You - 1:13

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Deeply Practical Project Management

Learn How to Implement PMI Project Management Best Practices & Earn 16 PDUs

By William Stewart | in Online Courses

This 8-hour course provides a deeply practical description of how to use the tried and true Project Management Institute (PMI) best practices to manage your projects through every stage of a project management lifecycle. First, it provides an overview of key project management concepts. Then, the project management processes are mapped across a timeline, and you explore the specific actions you need to take and the documentation you need to prepare at each step. The course is end-to-end, comprehensive, divided into more than 200 videos, and easy to understand.

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  • Understand the use of software tools to support the processes
  • Understand the role & key skills of a project manager
William Stewart PhD, PMP
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William Stewart is a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with more than 25 years of experience using the PMI processes to manage projects from $250K to $55M. He has delivered more than 200 onsite PM courses to more than 2,000 people. He has worked for large corporations, government, academia, and founded a software startup. He has in-depth experience with project management, risk management, systems integration, and software engineering.

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Course Outline

  • Downloads and Reporting PDU's
    • Downloads
    • Reporting PDU's To The PMI
  • Overview: Contents
    • Overview: Contents Of Overview Chapter - 1:28
  • Overview: The PMI Framework
    • Overview: The Project Management Institute - 1:56
    • Overview: Project Definition - 1:25
    • Overview: Program Definition - 2:32
    • Overview: The Five PM Stages - 4:57
    • Overview: The PM Knowledge Areas - 0:47
    • Overview: Project Players - 2:29
    • Overview: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Players - 0:46
  • Overview: Techniques & Tools
    • Overview: Two Basic Project Management Techniques - 3:01
    • Overview: Project Management Software Tools - 2:56
  • Overview: Strategic Plan
    • Overview: The Link To The Strategic Plan - 2:10
    • Overview: Exercise: Link To Your Strategic Plan - 0:49
  • Overview: The Triple Constraint
    • Overview: The Triple Constraint - 5:53
  • Overview: Keys To Success
    • Overview: Exercise: Project Success & Failure - 0:23
    • Overview: The Standish Group Chaos Report - 2:19
    • Overview: The Top 3 Drivers Of Project Success - 6:47
  • Overview: The Project Manager
    • Overview: The Role Of The Project Manager - 2:41
    • Overview: Project Manager Requirements - 3:02
    • Overview: Communications Essentials - 6:12
    • Overview: Team Formation - 2:12
    • Overview: Team Foundations - 6:56
    • Overview: Team Dynamics - 7:37
    • Overview: Negotiation Essentials - 4:37
    • Overview: Leadership Essentials - 2:56
    • Overview: Exercise: Your Project Manager Development - 0:36
  • Overview: Chapter Summary
    • Overview: Summary Checklist - 6:15
  • Initiation: Contents
    • Overview: Summary Checklist - 1:49
  • Initiation: Introduction
    • Initiation: The Purpose Of Initiation - 2:54
    • Initiation: The Project Manager Role - 1:40
  • Initiation: The Sponsor & Customer
    • Initiation: The Sponsor & Customer - 1:56
  • Initiation: Stakeholders
    • Initiation: The Project Stakeholders - 2:20
    • Initiation: Stakeholder Analysis - 1:23
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Stakeholders - 0:54
  • Initiation: The First Level Scope
    • Initiation: The Project Objective - 3:54
    • Initiation: Objective Process - 2:44
    • Initiation: Assumptions & Constraints - 2:02
    • Initiation: The Conceptual Solution - 0:59
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Initiation Scope - 0:51
  • Initiation: The Business Case
    • Initiation: The Business Case - 3:12
    • Initiation: The Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) - 3:48
    • Initiation: Examples – Business Case BCR & ROI - 6:13
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Business Case - 0:41
  • Initiation: The Project Manager & Mandate
    • Initiation: The Project Manager & Mandate - 1:42
  • Initiation: The Project Charter
    • Initiation: The Project Charter - 2:55
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Charter - 0:49
  • Initiation: Chapter Summary
    • Initiation: Summary Checklist - 1:56
  • Planning: Contents
    • Planning: Contents Of Planning Chapter - 3:01
  • Planning: Introduction
    • Planning: The Purpose Of Planning - 1:56
    • Planning: One Page Planning Flowchart - 5:02
    • Planning: The Core Project Team (CPT) - 1:25
    • Planning: Exercise: Gather Your Core Project Team - 0:47
  • Planning: Requirements
    • Planning: From Objective To Requirements - 2:47
    • Planning: Requirements – A Long-Time Challenge - 0:59
    • Planning: Example – Health System - 0:34
    • Planning: Importance Of Requirements - 1:59
    • Planning: Gathering Requirements - 2:14
    • Planning: Requirements Attributes - 3:06
    • Planning: Requirements Key Points - 2:54
    • Planning: Requirements Document & Approval - 2:00
    • Planning: Example – Buying Chairs - 1:32
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Requirements - 1:13
  • Planning: Solution
    • Planning: The Solution Definition - 2:00
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Solution Definition - 0:45
  • Planning: Deliverables
    • Planning: The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - 2:14
    • Planning: Examples – Aircraft, Shed, Supper, Standards, Process - 5:19
    • Planning: WBS Process - 2:15
    • Planning: WBS Key Points - 2:21
    • Planning: WBS Methods - 4:55
    • Planning: When To Break Down Deliverables Further - 6:29
    • Planning: Relationship Of WBS & Requirements - 1:08
    • Planning: The WBS Dictionary - 1:14
    • Planning: Deliverables → Work Packages → Activities - 1:46
    • Planning: WBS Drawing Tools - 0:28
    • Planning: Why Not Use The Gantt Tool For The WBS?
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your WBS - 1:22
  • Planning: Logic
    • Planning: The Precedence Diagram - 1:35
    • Planning: Kinds Of Links, And Leads And Lags - 3:04
    • Planning: Examples – Generic, Shed, Supper, Standards, Process - 5:41
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Process - 3:31
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Patterns - 1:36
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Drawing Tools - 0:41
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Precedence Diagram - 1:31
    • Planning: Why Not Use The Gantt Tool For The Precedence Diagram?
  • Planning: Estimating
    • Planning: Exercise: The Power Of Estimation - 0:58
    • Planning: Estimating Methods - 3:08
    • Planning: The Statistical Power Of Multiple Estimates - 2:41
    • Planning: Activity Breakdown - 5:39
    • Planning: Factoring For Productivity & Availability - 2:29
    • Planning: An Estimating Spreadsheet - 1:04
    • Planning: PERT & Straight 3-Point Techniques - 5:48
    • Planning: The Delphi Technique - 3:22
    • Planning: Handling Estimating Error - 2:16
    • Planning: Exercise: Estimate Your Project - 0:48
  • Planning: Schedule
    • Planning: The Gantt Chart - 2:45
    • Planning: Example – Gantt Chart - 2:05
    • Planning: The Critical Path - 1:51
    • Planning: Critical Path Process - 3:04
    • Planning: Example – Critical Path Process - 1:11
    • Planning: Example – Forward Pass - 4:17
    • Planning: Example – Backward Pass - 2:58
    • Planning: Example – Critical Path With Float - 3:26
    • Planning: Exercise: Baselining Your Schedule - 1:04
    • Planning: The Schedule Milestones - 1:55
    • Planning: Exercise: Setting Your Milestones - 0:58
  • Planning: Resources
    • Planning: Resource Leveling - 3:00
    • Planning: Resource Planning - 1:44
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Resource Plan - 1:06
  • Planning: Cost
    • Planning: Estimating Cost - 2:01
    • Planning: Cost Breakdown - 0:49
    • Planning: Cost Accounts - 1:39
    • Planning: The Project Cost Baseline - 0:53
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Cost - 0:45
  • Planning: Procurement
    • Planning: Deciding To "Build Or Buy" - 3:15
    • Planning: Procurement Documents - 1:57
    • Planning: Contract Types - 2:54
    • Planning: Selecting The Winner - 2:25
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Procurement Planning - 0:34
  • Planning: Risk
    • Planning: Risk Management - 4:10
    • Planning: Risk Planning - 2:19
    • Planning: Risk Identification - 2:01
    • Planning: Standard Risk Statement Form - 2:49
    • Planning: Risk Qualification - 2:02
    • Planning: Risk Quantification - 2:21
    • Planning: Response Planning - 1:45
    • Planning: Other Risk Elements - 1:37
    • Planning: The Risk Register - 3:30
    • Planning: Critical Chain Management - 2:55
    • Planning: Risk Buffer Allocation - 1:24
    • Planning: The Risk Reserve & Management Reserve - 1:44
    • Planning: Opportunity Risks - 1:43
    • Planning: Opportunity Planning - 1:59
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Risk Budget - 1:10
  • Planning: Communications
    • Planning: Communications Planning - 1:51
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Communications Plan - 0:37
  • Planning: The Project Plan
    • Planning: The Project Management Plan - 5:22
    • Planning: Final Project Plan Review - 2:19
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Plan - 0:45
  • Planning: Chapter Summary
    • Planning: Summary Checklist - 10:27
  • Execution: Contents
    • Execution: Contents Of Execution Chapter - 1:03
  • Execution: Introduction
    • Execution: The Purpose Of Execution - 1:53
  • Execution: The Project Team
    • Execution: Building The Project Team - 3:22
    • Execution: Project Team Key Points - 3:45
    • Execution: Functional Organizations - 0:40
    • Execution: Projectized Organizations - 0:31
    • Execution: Matrix Organizations - 1:17
    • Execution: Management Of Matrix Organizations - 1:38
    • Execution: Matrix Personnel Allocation - 2:20
    • Execution: Delegation - 2:59
    • Execution: Team Motivation - 2:29
    • Execution: Managing People Conflict - 6:12
    • Execution: Exercise: Gather The Project Team - 1:15
  • Execution: Communications
    • Execution: Communication Modes - 2:15
  • Execution: First Steps
    • Execution: Kickoff Meetings - 3:01
    • Execution: Project Requirements Review (PRR) - 2:16
    • Execution: Exercise: Take Project First Steps - 0:44
  • Execution: Design & Build
    • Execution: Design Before Build - 2:10
    • Execution: Exercise: Design & Build Your Project - 0:51
  • Execution: Problem Identification
    • Execution: Finding Root Causes - 1:37
  • Execution: Chapter Summary
    • Execution: Summary Checklist - 4:27
  • Monitoring & Control: Contents
    • Monitoring & Control: Contents Of Monitoring & Control Chapter - 1:24
  • Monitoring & Control: Introduction
    • Monitoring & Control: The Purpose Of Monitoring And Control - 2:21
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Expectations - 2:12
  • Monitoring & Control: The Weekly Heartbeat
    • Monitoring-Weekly Heartbeat-0 - 3:14
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Weekly Meeting - 0:46
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Scope
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Scope Change - 2:18
    • Monitoring & Control: Change Impact Analysis - 1:48
    • Monitoring & Control: Change Approval - 8:23
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Project Change Control - 1:13
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Time
    • Monitoring & Control: Schedule Statusing - 2:59
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Schedule - 2:35
    • Monitoring & Control: Schedule Crashing & Fast-Tracking - 6:24
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Cost
    • Monitoring & Control: Cost Statusing - 1:09
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Cost - 2:39
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Risk
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Risk - 8:22
  • Monitoring & Control: Earned Value Management (EVM)
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Overview - 2:37
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Metrics - 2:58
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Cost Projections - 2:22
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Schedule Projections - 2:26
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Meaning - 1:45
    • Monitoring & Control: Example – EVM - 3:27
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Quality
    • Monitoring & Control: Quality, Deming, And Fit For Purpose - 5:24
    • Monitoring & Control: Peer Reviews - 3:03
    • Monitoring & Control: User Reviews - 2:37
    • Monitoring & Control: User Review Management Tool - 4:59
  • Monitoring & Control: Problem Resolution
    • Monitoring & Control: Solution Options - 2:44
    • Monitoring & Control: Persuasion Techniques - 2:26
  • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Heartbeat
    • Monitoring & Control: Monthly Statusing - 3:02
    • Monitoring & Control: One Page Monthly Report - 1:41
    • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Review - 3:27
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Monthly Review - 1:16
  • Monitoring & Control: Chapter Summary
    • Monitoring & Control: Summary Checklist - 5:46
  • Closing: Contents
    • Closing: Contents Of Closing Chapter - 0:59
  • Closing: Introduction
    • Closing: The Purpose Of Closing - 1:47
  • Closing: Procurement
    • Closing: Contract Closure - 1:56
  • Closing: Acceptance
    • Closing: Change Management - 2:25
    • Closing: Scope Verification - 1:34
    • Closing: Scenario Based Scope Verification - 1:40
    • Closing: Practical Delivery Criteria - 1:55
    • Closing: Transition To Operations - 1:01
    • Closing: Exercise: Close Your Project Scope - 1:09
  • Closing: Lessons Learned
    • Closing: The Lessons Learned Process - 2:21
  • Closing: Team Closure
    • Closing: People Transition - 1:58
    • Closing: The Project Celebration - 1:34
    • Closing: Exercise: Manage Team Closure - 0:48
  • Closing: The Final Report
    • Closing: The Project Final Report - 1:57
    • Closing: Exercise: Finalize Your Final Report - 0:47
  • Closing: Chapter Summary
    • Closing: Summary Checklist - 4:12

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