Want To Gain PMP® Certification In 2018 And Take Your Project Management Career To The Next Level?

Our self-paced online PMP® training helps you fully prepare for the PMP certification exam – even if you’re working full­‐time


 

Your 100% online, self-paced PMP® Certification Training includes:

-35 contact hours of PMP® Certification Training designed by industry experts
–Learn at your own pace whenever and wherever you want, even if you work full-time
-750+ PMP® practice questions help you prepare for the certification exam
-Sample PMP Certification exam – so you're exam-ready ahead of the big day
-PMP Cheat Sheets and more

Gain PMP certification and find work as a project manager in virtually any industry, in any location...

The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the most important industry-recognized certification for professionals.
The PMI’s Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey (9th edition) showed respondents with a PMP certification had a 20% higher average salary than those without certification.
If you’re a professional with experience of participating, leading and directing projects, this online PMP course will help you prepare for PMP certification and boost your chances of passing first-time – even if you’re currently working full-time.

Some professionals wanting to take PMP certification worry about when they’ll have time to study for the exam alongside their job. That’s why we created this PMP online course – it’s 100% self-paced so you can study around YOUR schedule.
You don’t have to block out days or weeks to attend a grueling ‘bootcamp’ or other intense classroom training. Just set aside some time in your home or office to follow along with our online PMP certification course, and you’ll be fully prepared for the exam.
Created by experienced project management professionals, our PMP Online Training is structured around the certification exam as prescribed by PMI – including over 750 practice questions – giving you the practical knowledge and confident mindset to achieve certification.

This affordable, self-paced online PMP training course is brought to you by Master of Project Academy. Our courses have a 99.6% first-time pass rate and more than 50,000 past students.

"Designed and led by seasoned industry professionals with a deep well of academic and field knowledge, Master of Project Academy courses guide professionals easily and effectively through certification exams."

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  • Completing this online PMP training earns you 35 PDU (contact hours) to help your PM education eligibility for the PMP certification exam
  • Theoretical concepts explained with real-world project examples, giving you a better understanding of those concepts when it comes to your certification exam
  • 24/7 assistance from our expert support team
  • Test yourself with a full sample PMP exam to assess your readiness for the real exam
  • Over 750 practice questions to test your skills and prepare for certification
  • Unlike in-person ‘certification training bootcamps’, you can study and prepare at your own pace, to fit your busy schedule
  • Online moderated PMP peer forum to participate in active discussions
  • Downloadable high-quality PMP study tools (flash cards, cheat sheets, etc.)
  • Practice questions by knowledge area and rationales
  • Step-by-step guidance on how to apply for PMP exam

Experienced professionals (4,500 hours + leading & directing projects) looking to advance their Project Management career by gaining PMP certification at the first attempt.

PMP certification is essential for most senior project management roles including:

  • Project managers
  • Associate/Asst. Manager - Projects
  • Team leads/Managers
  • Project Executives/Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager

-What is PMP certification?

PMP certification is...

PMP (Project Manager Professional) is the world’s most reputable project management title, as offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Evidence of your commitment to a project management career. It demonstrates your fundamental knowledge of senior project management and its associated processes to potential employers.


-What are the PMP certification requirements?

There are two fundamental PMP certification requirements.

1-) If you have a four-year degree or equivalent diploma, you should have 3+ years of project experience. If you do not have four-year degree, you should have 5+ years of project experience.

2-) You must have attended a 35 contact hours project management education. (This PMP certification training qualifies for this requirement.)


-Why do I need PMP certification?

PMP is the abbreviation of Project Management Professional and it is the world’s most reputable project management title. The PMP certification is awarded to professionals who pass an exam consisting of 200 questions.

There are more than one million certified PMPs around the world and counting. Currently, successful corporate organizations (especially fortune 500 companies) look for project management candidates with a PMP certification. This achievement demonstrates that the professional has both theoretical knowledge and practical experience.

Also, fun fact - a survey conducted by Indeed, states that certified PMPs earn on average 20% more than their uncertified peers.
Learn more about the value of PMP certificate.


-What is the PMP certification cost?

PMP certification exam fee is $405 for PMI-members and $555 for non-members. Cost of PMI membership is $150 and gives one-year access to PMI documents including PMBOK. Therefore, being a PMI member and applying for PMP certification exam is recommended since total cost you will pay for PMP certification exam will not change.
Note that, this is only the exam fee. In order to sit for the PMP exam, you must have attended an 35 contact hours PMP training as well. PMP training cost is not included above.

Recommended way is enrolling in a PMP online training. This does not provide cost advantage only. You will have the flexibility to attend in PMP online courses based on your schedule, availability and you will be able to revisit the lectures as you wish.
Learn more about PMP certification cost.


-How should I choose my PMP training program?

In order to take the PMP exam, you must earn at least 35 contact project management education hours.
There are two options for attending a PMP training. You can attend trainings in the physical classroom or online PMP courses. If you choose to get your training in the classroom, this is an intensive 4-5 day process that allows you to learn a huge amount of PMP course material in a short amount of time.

We feel online PMP trainings are more convenient for the majority of PMP candidates. Students are able to follow the online PMP course lectures on their own time and can fit the PMP online training into their own schedule. If a student doesn’t fully understand a topic, they have full access to all online PMP training materials and can learn at their own pace.

Our online PMP training is also available as a resource and we’re readily available to answer students’ questions promptly. Additionally, online PMP course programs are around 3 times more affordable than the regular PMP classroom courses.
Be careful when choosing your online PMP training provider. Some project management courses are pretty basic so be sure to do your research and ensure that online PMP course program you will choose is up to standard and cover the PMBOK content fully.


-How should I study for PMP certification exam?

After helping more than 50,000 worldwide professionals, we prepared a 7-step PMP study plan. If you follow these steps, you will double your chances of passing the PMP exam with flying colors, on your first attempt.

1-) Determine the Target Date You Will Take PMP Exam. This will help you prioritize and arrange the lesson plan to ensure you’re ready come exam day.
2-) Develop a Study Schedule After You Set Your PMP Exam Date, plan which sections you will complete and when. Be sure to allow time for days off, holidays etc.
3-) Take Diligent Notes While You Study. The PMP certification process is a long journey. You keep coming back to these notes - they’ll be essential in retaining information throughout the study process.
4-) Practice, practice, practice:There are so many online PMP practice questions available to you via online, peer study groups, and training provider resources - like Master of Project Academy.
5-) Spend Time Reviewing Your Incorrect Answers. If you find a particular section difficult, make sure you revisit the PMP material and and retake the quizzes when necessary.
6-) Go through your PMP study notes frequently. The PMP certification journey is a long one - so every two weeks, take an hour to go through the section notes you’ve already taken. This will help you retain the PMP exam material better.
7-Take the exam and earn your PMP certification! If you followed steps 1-6, you should be ready to ace the PMP exam! Be sure to get enough sleep before PMP exam day, and be confident. You got this!

You can read more detailed guidelines about each step in our PMP study plan post.


-What is the passing score for PMP certification exam?

There are 200 multiple questions in PMP certification exam. 25 of these questions are for quality control purposes and unscored. Passing score is 61% or 107 correct answers out of 175 scored questions. Learn more about PMP exam structure.


-How can I apply for the PMP certification exam?

There are three methods for applying for the PMP certification. A PMP online application, a paper application, or through your training provider. The fastest and recommended way to apply for PMP certification is online.
It’s easy, Visit pmi.org and create your profile. After you’ve created your profile, you’ll see the certifications required by PMI, the Project Management Institute to apply. Select the PMP certification and follow their instructions. They’ll ask you to share education details, work experience, project experience, project management education details etc.
After you submit your PMP application online, PMI will review and within five business days, they’ll come back to you with three possible outcomes:

  • 1-) They’ll confirm you’re eligible to take the PMP exam and the next step is simply to schedule the exam.
  • 2-) PMI might ask you to provide additional documents regarding your work experience or education background. PMI audits online PMP applications randomly and may ask for these documents. Don’t take it personally, it’s just a part of their process. Be sure to send required documents to PMI via mail within 90 days. Upon review, PMI will then approve you’ve passed the audit.
  • 3-) If your PMP online application is rejected, PMI will give you more information on why it was denied and then you can plan to reapply in the future.


-How can I access sample PMP exam questions?

Most PMP training organizations offer dozens of sample questions. Here at Master of Project Academy, we offer more than 1,000 PMP exam questions. By enrolling in the online PMP training course, you’ll have full access to these. The questions are prepared by project management experts who know the PMBOK content and the exam like the back of their hand.

Also, if you didn’t know - the PMI uses a randomized PMP question pool to distribute 200 exam questions to each candidate. Once they select the questions, the candidate has four hours to complete the PMP exam.

See: Sample PMP Exam Questions.


-Can I study for the PMP exam on my own?

Absolutely! You can get ready for PMP exam today if you wanted. You can enroll in an online PMP training and you can follow the 7 steps we outlined in our PMP study plan post. After you prepared your PMP study plan and with the help of our online PMP course, you can pass the PMP exam in your first attempt!


-Can I take the pmp exam online?

As of now, the only method for taking the PMP exam is through a prometric test center. As soon as your online PMP application is approved by PMI, you can then schedule to take your PMP exam at an approved location near you. We recommend you schedule your exam at least month in advance.


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Curriculum


  Introduction: What is PMP?
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  Applying for PMP Certification Exam
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    Application Methods (2:01)
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    Online Application-Create Profile (1:18)
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    Online Application-Personal Details (2:15)
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    Online Application-Attained Education (1:53)
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    Online Application-PM Experience (4:50)
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    Online Application-PM Education (1:58)
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    Online Application-Review & Submit (2:00)
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    PMP Application Reviewed Notification Email
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    PMI Audit Process (1:59)
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    PMP Examination Content (1:57)
  Introduction & The Environment in Which Projects Operate
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    Agenda of the Section (3:29)
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    Definition of Project (4:47)
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    Definition of Operational Work (1:47)
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    What is Project Management? (4:28)
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    Definition of Program & Portfolio (3:06)
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    Interrelations of Project, Program and Portfolio (6:55)
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    Project Management Office (PMO) (6:57)
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    Project Manager (4:55)
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    Objectives and Management by Objectives (MBO) (5:48)
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    Constraints (2:12)
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    Organizational Process Assets (2:10)
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    Enterprise Environmental Factors (2:57)
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    Stakeholders (3:53)
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    Project Governance (1:23)
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    Project Team (1:24)
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    Organizational Structure (9:34)
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    Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Organizational Structures (12:12)
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    Comparative Overview of Different Organizational Structures (1:37)
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    Other Types of Organizational Structures (2:19)
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    Life Cycle (6:04)
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    Project Management Process Groups (2:46)
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    Project and Development Lifecycles (6:19)
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    Project Phases & Phase Gates (4:05)
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    Project Business Case (3:25)
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    Benefits Management Plan (2:23)
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    Tailoring (1:44)
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    Lessons Learned (3:50)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section2 (9:50)
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    Section-2 Quiz: Organizational Influences and Project Lifecycle
  Project Management Processes
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    Agenda of the Section (3:10)
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    Project Management Process Groups (6:18)
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    Initiating Process Group Activities (5:25)
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    Planning Process Group Activities (10:52)
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    Executing Process Group Activities (7:38)
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    Monitoring & Controlling Process Group Activities (6:55)
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    Closing Process Group Activities (3:18)
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    Overview of Initiating Process Group (7:45)
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    Overview of Planning Process Group (6:59)
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    Overview of Executing Process Group (6:04)
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    Overview of Monitoring & Controlling Process Group (5:49)
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    Overview of Closing Process Group (4:36)
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    Mapping of Knowledge Area Processes to Process Groups (5:24)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section3 (7:56)
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    Section-3 Quiz: Project Management Processes
  The Role of the Project Manager
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    Agenda of the Section (1:49)
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    Overview of the Role of the Project Manager (3:56)
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    Project Manager's Sphere of Influence (3:03)
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    The PMI Talent Triangle (2:24)
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    Project Manager Competences (7:47)
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    Section-3.1 Quiz: The Role of the Project Manager
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    Agenda of the Section (4:00)
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    Overview of Integration Management (2:40)
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    Processes of Integration Management (3:38)
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    Develop Project Charter Process (11:28)
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    Benefits of Project Charter (3:22)
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    Different Project Selection Methods (4:45)
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    Present Value (PV) (3:25)
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    Net Present Value (NPV) (3:52)
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    Internal Rate of Return (IRR) (1:24)
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    Payback Period (1:09)
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    Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) (1:57)
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    Economic Value Added (EVA) (1:28)
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    Opportunity Cost (1:48)
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    Sunk Costs (1:32)
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    Law of Diminishing Returns (2:18)
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    Financial Terms in Projects (Working Capital & Depreciation) (3:40)
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    Project Statement of Work (SOW) (1:38)
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    Charters with Work Under Contract (1:29)
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    Develop Project Management Plan Process-Management Plans (4:05)
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    Project Management Plan (5:25)
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    Baseline (5:50)
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    Requirements Management Plan (2:09)
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    Change Management Plan (4:45)
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    Change Control System (1:32)
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    Configuration Management Plan (1:51)
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    Configuration Management System (1:30)
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    Process Improvement Plan (1:58)
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    Summary of Steps (till now in Integration Management) (4:13)
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    Project Documents (1:27)
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    Project Management Plan Approval & Kick-Off Meeting (3:02)
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    Direct and Manage Project Work Process (6:46)
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    Corrective Action, Preventive Action & Defect Repair (4:40)
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    Manage Project Knowledge Process (2:46)
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    Monitor and Control Project Work Process (4:15)
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    Perform Integrated Change Control Process (9:34)
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    Change Control Board (CCB) (2:24)
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    Process for Making Changes (7:15)
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    Close Project or Phase Process (2:42)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section4 (13:56)
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    Section-4 Quiz: Integration Management Knowledge Area
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    Agenda of the Section (4:43)
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    Overview of Scope Management (7:46)
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    Product & Project Scope (2:53)
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    Plan Scope Management Process (8:35)
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    Collect Requirements Process (3:29)
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    Tools & Techniques for Collecting Requirements (13:52)
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    Requirements Documentation (4:53)
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    Balance Stakeholder Requirements & Resolve Competing Requirements (5:01)
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    Requirements Traceability Matrix (3:56)
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    Define Scope Process (3:39)
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    Project Scope Statement (5:24)
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    Constraints and Assumptions (3:02)
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    Create Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Process (5:32)
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    Rules for Creating WBS (6:42)
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    Benefits of Using WBS (12:48)
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    Relationships of Levels in WBS (3:10)
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    WBS Dictionary (5:31)
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    Validate Scope Process (7:33)
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    Steps of Validate Scope (2:28)
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    Control Scope Process (6:30)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section5 (10:20)
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    Section-5 Quiz: Scope Management Knowledge Area
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    Agenda of the Section (5:56)
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    Overview of Schedule Management (3:42)
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    Plan Schedule Management Process (7:24)
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    Define Activities Process (5:17)
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    Define Activities Process Example (2:29)
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    Sequence Activities Process (4:19)
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    Types of Relationships in PDM (4:51)
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    Types of Dependencies (3:13)
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    Leads & Lags (2:35)
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    Benefits of Network Diagrams (3:31)
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    Sequence Activities Process Example (3:12)
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    Important Points About Estimating (5:41)
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    Estimate Activity Durations Process (3:28)
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    One-Point Estimation Technique (4:05)
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    Analogous Estimation Technique (1:55)
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    Parametric Estimation Technique (3:18)
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    Heuristics Estimation Technique (2:05)
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    Three Point Estimation-PERT Analysis Technique (5:38)
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    Three Point Estimation-PERT Analysis Technique EXAMPLE (3:04)
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    Estimate Activity Durations Process Example (1:47)
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    Reserve Analysis (4:37)
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    Develop Schedule Process (8:01)
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    Critical Path Method (CPM) (5:42)
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    Critical Path Method (CPM) Exercise (9:46)
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    Notes About Critical Path Method (3:33)
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    Schedule Compression Methods (Fast Tracking & Crashing) (5:37)
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    What-if Scenario Analysis (3:40)
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    Resource Leveling (2:30)
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    Critical Chain Method (1:49)
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    Agile Release Planning (1:51)
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    Project Schedule (5:35)
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    Schedule Baseline (2:16)
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    Develop Schedule Process Example (2:20)
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    Control Schedule Process (9:39)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section6 (13:25)
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    Section-6 Quiz: Schedule Management Knowledge Area
  Cost Management Knowledge Area
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    Handouts for Section-7 Presentation
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    Agenda of the Section (5:39)
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    Overview of Cost Management (1:57)
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    Plan Cost Management Process (6:35)
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    Life Cycle Costing and Value Engineering (3:39)
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    Estimate Costs Process (10:14)
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    Types of Costs (2:46)
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    Inputs to Estimating Costs Process (4:25)
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    Estimating (4:44)
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    Accuracy of Estimates (5:05)
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    Determine Budget Process (4:29)
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    Determine Budget Process Example (3:37)
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    Cost Baseline & Project Budget Components (3:51)
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    What To Do After Determine Budget Process (3:33)
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    Control Costs Process (2:30)
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    Progress Reporting (5:16)
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    Earned Value Management (3:07)
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    Earned Value Management Exercise (3:16)
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    Variances in Earned Value Management (5:58)
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    Variances in Earned Value Management Exercise (2:59)
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    Forecasting in Earned Value Management (10:43)
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    Forecasting in Earned Value Management Exercise (5:15)
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    Important Notes About EVM (4:37)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section7 (10:24)
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    Section-7 Quiz: Cost Management Knowledge Area
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    Agenda of the Section (3:54)
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    Overview of Quality Management (3:52)
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    Terms About Quality (3:55)
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    Quality Theorists (2:29)
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    Concepts of Quality Management (7:02)
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    Differences of Quality Management Processes (4:05)
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    Plan Quality Management Process (3:44)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Quality Management (10:26)
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    7 Basic Quality Tools (7QC Tools) - Part I (10:30)
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    7 Basic Quality Tools (7QC Tools) - Part II (11:44)
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    Outputs of Plan Quality Management Process (5:30)
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    Manage Quality Process (5:19)
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    Control Quality Process (4:42)
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    Terms & Concepts About Control Quality Process (4:26)
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    Outputs of Control Quality Process (2:41)
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    Tips About Quality Management Processes (2:16)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section8 (10:27)
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    Section-8 Quiz: Quality Management Knowledge Area
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    Handouts for Section-9 Presentation
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    Agenda of the Section (5:12)
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    Overview of Resource Management (7:51)
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    Role of the Project Sponsor (10:40)
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    Role of the Project Team (4:49)
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    Role of the Stakeholders (2:19)
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    Role of the Functional Manager (4:47)
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    Role of the Project, Portfolio & Program Manager (3:40)
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    Plan Resource Management Process (5:18)
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    Organization Charts & Position Descriptions (6:36)
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    Resource Management Plan (3:47)
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    Staffing Management Plan (3:52)
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    Resource Histogram (1:13)
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    Recognition & Rewards Systems (3:24)
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    Estimate Activity Resources Process (7:34)
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    Estimate Activity Resources Process Example (2:11)
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    Acquire Resources Process (4:03)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Acquire Resources Process (6:08)
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    Virtual Teams (5:57)
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    Halo Effect (1:31)
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    Develop Team Process (3:46)
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    Team-Building Activities (5:36)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Develop Team Process (5:52)
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    Manage Team Process (3:56)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Manage Team Process (4:36)
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    Powers of the Project Manager (5:10)
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    Conflict Management (7:02)
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    Techniques for Conflict Resolution (2:58)
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    Important Terms & Topics (2:40)
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    Mc Gregor's Theory of X and Y (1:52)
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    Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (3:01)
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    David McClelland’s Theory of Needs (2:07)
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    Herzberg's Theory (2:08)
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    Control Resources (2:37)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section9 (11:10)
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    Section-9 Quiz: Resource Management Knowledge Area
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    Handouts for Section-10 Presentation
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    Agenda of the Section (2:24)
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    Overview of Communications Management (2:39)
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    Potential Dimensions in Communications Management Processes (4:27)
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    Effective Communication Skills (5:58)
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    Plan Communications Management Process (3:59)
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    Number of Potential Communication Channels (2:21)
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    Communication Technology (2:45)
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    Communication Models (3:14)
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    Communication Methods (3:06)
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    Communications Management Plan (5:16)
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    Manage Communications Process (2:03)
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    Monitor Communications Process (1:46)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section10 (5:04)
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    Section-10 Quiz: Communications Management Knowledge Area
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    Agenda of the Section (4:11)
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    Overview of Risk Management (3:36)
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    Risk Management Concepts (7:26)
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    Plan Risk Management Process & Risk Management Plan (12:53)
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    Identify Risks Process (2:44)
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    Tools & Techniques for Risk Identification (6:11)
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    Risk Register (4:31)
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    Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Process (13:55)
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    Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process (5:18)
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    Tools & Techniques for Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis (11:02)
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    Outputs of Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Process (2:42)
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    Plan Risk Responses Process (3:47)
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    Risk Response Strategies for Negative Risks (5:58)
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    Risk Response Strategies for Positive Risks (3:30)
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    Contingent Response Strategies (2:13)
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    Outputs of Plan Risk Responses Process (3:54)
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    Important Notes About Plan Risk Responses (4:29)
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    Implement Risk Responses (2:01)
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    Monitor Risks Process (7:07)
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    Section-11 Quiz: Risk Management Knowledge Area
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    Agenda of the Section (3:52)
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    Overview of Procurement Management (2:21)
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    Procurement Concepts (5:58)
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    Project Manager's Role in Procurement (5:57)
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    Centralized & Decentralized Contracting (1:49)
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    Plan Procurement Management Process (3:00)
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    Fixed Price Contracts (6:40)
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    Cost Reimbursable Contracts (8:28)
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    Time & Material Contracts (4:07)
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    Terms & Concepts About Contracts (10:35)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Plan Procurement Management (6:29)
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    Procurement Management Plan (6:23)
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    Procurement Statement of Work (2:13)
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    Procurement (Bid) Documents (4:30)
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    Source Selection Criteria (4:28)
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    Other Terms & Concepts About Procurement (8:53)
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    Noncompetitive Forms of Procurement (3:12)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Conduct Procurements (15:26)
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    Control Procurements Process (4:19)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Control Procurements (5:35)
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    Closing a Procurement (3:55)
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    Key Outputs of Procurement Processes (3:10)
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    Agenda of the Section (2:48)
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    Overview of Stakeholder Management (3:57)
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    Identify Stakeholders Process (3:55)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Identify Stakeholders Process (6:48)
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    Stakeholder Register (3:35)
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    Plan Stakeholder Engagement Process (2:40)
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    Tools & Techniques Used in Plan Stakeholder Engagement Process (5:59)
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    Stakeholder Engagement Plan (3:53)
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    Manage Stakeholder Engagement Process (4:52)
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    Monitor Stakeholder Engagement Process (1:28)
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    Questions and Answers Session-Section13 (5:48)
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    Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
  Things You Need to Remember in PMP Exam
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    Frequently Occurring Concepts in EXAM
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    Schedule Management-15 Practice Questions
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    Cost Management-15 Practice Questions
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    Cost Management-15 Practice Questions-Answers & Rationales
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    Quality Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Quality Management-10 Practice Questions-Answers & Rationales
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    Resource Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Resource Management-10 Practice Questions-Answers & Rationales
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    Communications Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Risk Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Procurement Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Procurement Management-10 Practice Questions-Answers & Rationales
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    Stakeholder Management-10 Practice Questions
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    Professional Responsibility-10 Practice Questions
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    Professional Responsibility-10 Practice Questions-Answers & Rationales
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    PMP Sample Exam
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Read more about Resit in his Instructor Bio below.

Meet Your Instructor


Resit Gulec
Resit Gulec

Your instructor for the training is the Founder & CEO of Master of Project Academy, Resit Gulec.

Resit regularly lectures undergraduate and MBA students in project management and has over 10 years of IT project management experience, including 4 years with Nokia (formerly Alcatel-­Lucent) and 2 years with Ericsson.

Resit has worked on multiple major projects with budgets ranging from $200K to $35M, across countries including the US, UK, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Egypt, Azerbaijan & Turkey.

Resit has an MBA degree from London School of Business & Finance and working experience in various management areas:
-Project Management
-Software Project Management
-Product Management
-People Management
-Account Management
-IT Service Management


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