PMP ATP Bootcamp: October/November NA Cohort: PMP ATP
  • 35 Courses | 28h 28m 47s
  • 6 Books | 50h 58m
  • Includes Test Prep
  • 4 Courses | 5h 27m 21s
  • 6 Books | 48h 29m
  • Includes Test Prep
This Bootcamp provides Project Managers with the knowledge and skills needed to attain the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. This course meets the 35-hour classroom requirement for the PMP® Exam. Classes are taught by badged Authorized Training Provider (ATP) instructors who have their PMP® credential, with real life experience in both traditional and agile Project Management approaches. In addition to the 35 classroom hours, students will receive access to a practice exam simulator and mentors who are available to provide guidance and answer questions about the PMP® curriculum. Target Audience:This course is designed for the individuals who have on-the-job project management experience regardless of whether their formal job role is project manager, who are not certified project management professionals, and who might or might not have had formal project management training. The course enables candidates to develop professionally, increase their project management skills, apply a formalized and standards-based approach to project management, and seek career advancement by moving into a formal project manager job role, as well as to apply for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. Prerequisites:Before you apply, please review the following set of PMP® Certification requirements: A four-year degree36 months leading projects35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification— OR — A high school diploma or an associate’s degree (or global equivalent)60 months leading projects35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification Skills/Objectives:In this course, you will learn how to build and manage a team, and to plan, execute, and complete a project that is aligned to the business environment. You will learn the tools and techniques to:• Create a high-performing team• Plan and manage the project• Execute and assess the project work• Keep the team on track• Keep the business environment in mind


Exploring Project Management, Then and Now (2021 Update)

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    History of Project Management
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Exploring Project Management, Then and Now (2021 Update)
The history of business is the history of project management. Just as our ideas of how to conduct business continue to evolve, so do our conception of the project manager's role, the characteristics of a project, and the project life cycle itself. Traditional project management had its time and place, but today's landscape calls for innovation and adaptive leadership. In this course, you'll explore how project management approaches have evolved to address changing project environments. You'll learn about the transition from purely empirical, waterfall models of PM to more adaptive, hybrid, and agile project management techniques. 
10 videos | 32m has Assessment available Badge Certification PMI PDU
Building and Training the Project Team (2021 Update)
You may be the project manager, but no project is an island. It requires teamwork, and project management means taking the proper actions to ensure the team works effectively to address the project characteristics and needs. In this course, you'll explore best practices for building a project team, including assessing the functional organization structure, resources management, and staffing plans. You'll also learn about tools like Responsibility Asset Matrices, RACI charts, multi-criteria decision analysis, and stakeholder analysis and how they are used to see the product vision to fruition. Finally, you'll look at how using political awareness, a project charter, and team ground rules will enable your team, including virtual team members, to work efficiently together.
10 videos | 45m has Assessment available Badge Certification PMI PDU
Leading the Team (2021 Update)
A project manager is only as good as the project team they lead. Team development isn't simply a matter of telling others what to do and when to do it, but rather requires the team building, interpersonal skills, and communication models of agile leadership. In this course, you'll learn about best practices for leading a team, including the importance of diversity and inclusion, and team motivational theories like Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, among others. You'll also explore the stages of team development, theories like servant leadership, and the barriers to communication, along with the communication methods and channels you can use to overcome them. 
10 videos | 56m has Assessment available Badge Certification PMI PDU
Engaging Team Members and Stakeholders (2021 Update)
Project management is more than just basic decision-making and scheduling. It's leadership. It's coaching, training, cross-training, and motivating. It requires both self-awareness and self-regulation, employing your emotional intelligence, or EQ, skills to keep a diverse team of professionals engaged and working effectively together. In this course, you'll learn about tools and techniques that project managers can use to engage team members and stakeholders, including effective decision-making and conflict management and resolution. You'll also explore how your social skills and empathy can be employed to keep you team motivated and on point.
9 videos | 44m has Assessment available