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PMP® - a gateway to project management competencies and skills development, career advancement, increased earnings, enhanced marketability, high confidence and makes you stand out from the crowd.

An Overview of Project Management Professional (PMP®)

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Although managing projects has been going on for thousands of years, the practice hasonly recently been recognized as a discipline in its own right. Not only that, but also many organizations have begun to ask their contractors to provide only project managers who have been certified as PMP® by the Project Management Institute, the Professional society for practitioners.

In today’s fast-paced world, organizations that practice sound project management methods have a competitive advantage over those who don’t have methods. Why? Because competition is rapidly becoming time-based as well as cost-based. That is, if you can get a product or service to market faster than anyone else, you have an edge on your competition. Further, if you can control the costs of your work better than others, you can sell your products or services at lower margins “sloppy” management requires that goods be sold at higher margins in order to make sure the business is profitable.

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What if you aren’t dealing in products or services? The same principle applies. If you are nonprofit or a government agency, you face competition from others who might be able to do your work more efficiently (and at lower cost). In short, we must all learn to work smarter, not harder, in order to survive into the twenty-first century.

Despite a changing project environment, the fundamental tools of Project Management remain the same regardless of project or industry. For example, managing a marketing project requires the same skills as managing a software engineering project.

This course gives you a fast-track approach to managing your own projects. You will learn the essential steps in setting up project plans, scheduling your work, and monitoring progress/exercising control to achieve desired project results.

The approach of the course is based on what is considered best practice by experts in the field. If you follow the methods presented in the course, you will increase the probability that you can meet critical performance, cost, and schedule targets.

Project Management a science and an art

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Project Management is both a science and an art. It is perceived as a science because it is supported by charts, graphs, mathematical calculations, and other technical tools. Producing these charts requires the hard skills to manage a project. But Project Management is also driven by political, interpersonal, and organizational factors—thus the “art” of Project Management. Communication, Negotiation, and Conflict resolution are only a few of the soft skills used in the art of Project Management.

Each topic explored in this course provides you with both the hard and the soft skills you will need to manage your projects efficiently and effectively. This course provides you with the tools of Project Management to address the scientific side of the discipline, as well as the human behavioral techniques.

We cover crucial aspects of Project Management including plotting out your path, drawing upon age-old and cutting-edge supporting tools, expending your resources carefully, assembling a winning team, monitoring your progress, adjusting course (if you have to), and learning from your experience so that you will be even better at managing other projects in the future.

 

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