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  • Copyright 2022
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-13-744954-2
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-744954-5

35+ Hour Course, Including 24+ Hours of Video, Flash Cards, Quizzes, and Practice Exam
This is a complete course covering Project Management Professional (PMP) exam preparation training according to the 2021 Exam Content Outline published by the Project Management Institute.

PMP is a globally recognized and sought-after certification. Per PMI, "CIO magazine ranked the PMP as the top project management certification because it proves you have the specific skills and experience employers seek. Certified PMPs report earning up to 25% more than non-certified project management professionals."
The videos in this course are broken up into individual bite-sized lessons that correspond to each topic of the PMP syllabus to prepare the student for the content in the exam. The exam covers content from the PMBOK Guide, Agile concepts and workflows, which are all fully explained in this course. At the end of each section is a practice quiz, and there are more than 250 flash cards for students to test their knowledge.
The benefit to using this training is that, unlike a webinar or in-person course, you can learn at your own pace and repeat modules as needed. You can watch videos over and over to reinforce the concepts and review the flash cards to help you memorize terms and processes. There are also two practice tests consisting of 180 questions each that simulate the exam experience.

Learn How To
Pass the PMP exam based on the 2021 Exam Content Outline published by the Project Management Institute

 Who Should Take This Course
Anyone seeking to take (and pass!) the PMP exam.

Course Requirements
* Complete PM-related 35 education hours

And either:
* Possess a bachelor's degree with 36 months of verifiable project management or project lead experience within the past 8 years
* If not possessing a bachelor's degree, have 60 months of verifiable project management or project lead experience within the past 8 years

About Pearson Video Training 
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Video lessons are available for download for offline viewing within the streaming format. Look for the green arrow in each lesson.

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Getting Prepared for the PMP Exam
1.1 Class Overview
1.2 Understanding Common Reasons for Failing the PMP exam
1.3 Completing the PMP Application
1.4 Choosing Where to Take the Exam
1.5 Learning the PMP Exam Content
1.6 Types of Exam Questions
1.7 Taking the PMP Exam - Tips and Pointers
Lesson 2: Learning Foundational Concepts
2.1 Defining a Project
2.2 Defining Project Management
2.3 Projects vs. Operations
2.4 Programs and Portfolios
2.5 Project Management Office (PMO)
2.5 Project Management Office (PMO) V2
2.6 Talent Triangle and the Three Domains
2.6 Talent Triangle and the Three Domains v2
2.7 Life Cycles
2.8 Development Life Cycles
2.9 Agile Life Cycle and Agile Manifesto
2.10 Project Constraints
2.11 Structures of Organizations
2.12 Enterprise Environmental Factors (EEFs) and Organizational Process Assets (OPAs)
2.13 Roles on a Project
2.14 Introduction to the PMBOK Guide - Sixth Edition
Lesson 3: Project Integration Management
3.1 Introduction to Integration Management
3.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Integration Management
3.3 ITTOs of Integration Management
3.4 ITTOs Create Project Management Plan
3.5 ITTOs Direct and Manage Project Work
3.6 ITTOs Manage Project Knowledge
3.7 ITTOs Monitor and Control Project Work
3.8 ITTOs Perform Integrated Change Control
3.9 ITTOs Close Project or Phase
3.10 Creating the Project Charter
3.11 The Business Case and Benefits Management Plan
3.12 Considerations for Creating the Project Charter
3.13 Agile Ceremonies
3.14 Creating the Project Management Plan
3.15 Executing the Project to Deliver Business Value
3.16 Work Performance Data, Information and Reports
3.17 Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity
3.18 Monitoring and Controlling the Project
3.19 Types of Work Performance Reports
3.20 Change Management and Configuration Management
3.21 Following the Change Control Process
3.22 Closing the Project, Phase or Iteration
Lesson 4: Project Scope Management
4.1 Introduction to Scope Management
4.2 Product Scope vs. Project Scope
4.3 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Scope Management
4.4 ITTOs of Scope Management
4.5 Scope Management Plan
4.6 Requirements Management Plan
4.7 Requirements Documentation and Requirements Traceability Matrix
4.8 Requirements Elicitation Techniques
4.9 Project Scope Statement
4.10 Work Breakdown Structure
4.11 Scope Baseline
4.12 Scope Management Considerations for Agile
4.13 Scope Management: Other terms
Lesson 5: Project Schedule Management - Part 1
5.1 Introduction to Schedule Management
5.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Schedule Management
5.3 ITTOs of Schedule Management
5.4 Schedule Management Plan
5.5 Schedule Management Considerations for Agile
5.6 Project Activities
5.7 Activity Relationships
5.8 Activity Dependencies, Lead and Lags
5.9 Activity Duration Estimates and Estimating Methods
5.10 Calculating Three Point Estimates
5.11 Summary of the Four Estimating Methods
5.12 Agile Prioritization Techniques
5.13 Reaching Consensus in Agile
5.14 Agile Estimation Techniques
5.15 Schedule Management: Other Terms
Lesson 6: Project Schedule Management - Part 2
6.1 Understanding the Critical Path Method
6.2 Calculating the Critical Path Method
6.3 Critical Path Method: Zero Method Forward Pass
6.4 Critical Path Method: Zero Method Backward Pass
6.5 Critical Path Method: Zero Method Calculating Float
6.6 Critical Path Method: One Method Forward Pass
6.7 Critical Path Method: One Method Backward Pass
6.8 Critical Path Method: One Method Calculating Float
6.9 Comparing the Zero Method and One Method
6.10 Critical Path Method: Total Float, Free Float, Project Float
6.11 Critical Path Method: Negative and Positive Float
6.12 Resource Optimization Techniques
6.13 Monte Carlo Analysis
6.14 Schedule Compression Techniques
6.15 Agile Release Planning
6.16 Iteration Burn-down and Burn-up Charts
Lesson 7: Project Cost Management
7.1 Introduction to Cost Management
7.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Cost Management
7.3 ITTOs of Cost Management
7.4 Cost Management Plan
7.5 Cost Management Estimating Methods
7.6 Reserve Analysis
7.7 Funding Limit Reconciliation
7.8 Cost Aggregation
7.9 Understanding the Cost Baseline
7.10 Earned Value Management PV, EV and AC
7.11 Earned Value Management SV and CV
7.12 Earned Value Management CPI and SPI
7.13 Earned Value Management EAC
7.14 Earned Value Management ETC and VAC
7.15 Earned Value Management TCPI
7.16 Earned Value Management - Example
Lesson 8: Project Quality Management
8.1 Introduction to Quality Management
8.2 Definition of Quality
8.3 The Five Increasing Cost Approaches to Quality Management
8.4 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Quality Management
8.5 ITTOs of Quality Management
8.6 Quality Standards and Regulations
8.7 Quality Management Plan
8.8 Cost of Quality
8.9 Common Quality Management Tools
8.10 Pareto Chart
8.11 Cause and Effect Diagram
8.12 Control Charts
8.13 Quality Theories
8.14 Quality Methodologies
8.15 Other Quality Management Terms
Lesson 9: Project Resource Management - Part 1
9.1 Introduction to Resource Management
9.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Resource Management
9.3 ITTOs of Resource Management
9.4 Project Team Roles
9.5 Resource Management Plan
9.6 Team Charter and the Resource Calendar
9.7 The RACI Chart
9.8 Skillsets for a Project Manager
9.9 Resource Management Tools
9.10 SWOT Analysis
Lesson 10: Project Resource Management - Part 2
10.1 Training, Pairing and Mentoring
10.2 Leadership vs. Managers
10.3 Leadership - Influencing and Team Building
10.4 Tuckman Model
10.5 Performance Tracking & Reports
10.6 Kanban Board
10.7 Identifying and Addressing Impediments, Obstacles and Blockers
10.8 Conflict Management
10.9 Conflict Management Techniques
10.10 Agile Levels of Conflict
10.11 Organizational Change Management
10.12 Emotional Intelligence
10.13 Emotional Intelligence - Personal Skills
10.14 Emotional Intelligence - Interpersonal Skills
10.15 Other Interpersonal and Team Skills
10.16 Forms of Power
10.17 Motivational Theories part 1
10.18 Motivational Theories part 2
Lesson 11: Project Communications Management
11.1 Introduction to Communications Management
11.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Communications Management
11.3 ITTOs of Communication Management
11.4 Manage Communications - Important Terms
11.5 Communications Management Plan
11.6 Communications Requirements Analysis
11.7 Communication Channels
11.8 Communication Methods
11.9 Communication Models
11.10 Barriers and Enhancers of Communication
11.11 Types of Communications
11.12 Guidelines for Facilitating Meetings
11.13 Task Board
Lesson 12: Project Risk Management
12.1 Introduction to Risk Management
12.2 Classifications of Risk
12.3 Risk Tolerance, Appetite and Threshold
12.4 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Risk Management
12.5 ITTOs of Risk Management
12.6 Risk Management Plan
12.7 Risk Identification Tools
12.8 SWOT Analysis and Prompt Lists
12.9 The Risk Register
12.10 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
12.11 Probability and Impact Matrix
12.12 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
12.13 Tools of Quantitative Risk Analysis
12.14 Expected Monetary Value
12.15 Decision Trees
12.16 Risk Response Strategies - Negative Risks
12.17 Risk Response Strategies - Positive Risks
12.18 Risk Management - Other Terms
Lesson 13: Project Procurement Management
13.1 Introduction to Procurement Management
13.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Procurement Management
13.3 ITTOs of Procurement Management
13.4 Centralized vs. Decentralized Contracting
13.5 Procurement Management Plan
13.6 Procurement Strategy and Phases
13.7 Components of a Contract
13.8 Fixed Price Contract
13.9 Cost Reimbursable Contract
13.10 Time & Materials Contract
13.11 Completion Contract vs. Term Contract
13.12 Make or Buy Analysis
13.13 Source Selection Criteria
13.14 Common Procurement Tools
13.15 Common Procurement Artifacts
13.16 Common Procurement Terms
13.17 Controlling Procurements
13.18 Contract Change Control
13.19 Closing Procurements
Lesson 14: Project Stakeholder Management
14.1 Introduction to Stakeholder Management
14.2 The PMBOK Guide Processes in Procurement Management
14.3 ITTOs of Stakeholder Management
14.4 Common Tools for Identifying Stakeholders
14.5 Stakeholder Grid
14.6 Salience Model
14.7 Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
14.8 Stakeholder Engagement Plan
14.9 Stakeholder Register
14.10 Engaging and Collaborating with Stakeholders
Lesson 15: Final Words and Study Tips


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