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Project Management Professional (PMP)

Projects are critical to the success of any organization. They are the activities that result in new or changed products, services, environments, processes and organizations. Projects increase sales, improve customer satisfaction, reduce costs, improve the work environment, and result in other benefits.

“It's a buyer's market for employees, and a certification can be what sets applicants apart”

Gregory Balestrero, President & Chief Executive, PMI

Project management is a discipline. It applies principles, concepts, tools and techniques to improve project performance and organizational effectiveness. Project management adds value by improving the probability of consistently successful projects.

Project managers and their managers and clients must be flexible and adaptable to be effective. Effective PM recognizes that projects in different environments and of different types require variations on the basic PM principles. Effective PM requires ad hoc adjustments, based on moment to moment assessments of current conditions, within the context of a comprehensive plan created using sound and consistent methods and relevant past experience. Effective PM requires collaborative efforts among project stakeholders (participants, clients and other interested parties).

As organizations have recognized the criticality of projects to their success, project management has become a focal point of improvement efforts. Project management centers of excellence (e.g., project management offices), training programs and organization change programs to improve project management practices are increasingly common parts of strategic plans to improve organizational effectiveness.

Project management addresses the full range of activities from the beginning to the end of a project and addresses the management of multiple projects within programs and across organizations. PM addresses "technical" skills like scheduling, cost estimating, and statistical risk management and encompasses complex disciplines such as scope (product) definition, procurement management, human resource management and communications.

Note: The Project Management Professional (PMP) certification administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) is recognized by organizations around the world as evidence of an accomplished level of knowledge and experience in project management. Multisoft offers a comprehensive PMP certification preparation program that builds strong skills for your organization. This comprehensive program involves content specific to the PMP exam, supplemented by self-directed online content and exam practice tools. Multisoft can also help your team navigate the PMP application process, providing advice on commonly misinterpreted sections of the application itself.

Several PMP candidates on one of the PMP preparation message boards asked for an explanation of a PMP exam practice question that they had encountered. The members on the message board found it to be a very difficult question.

QUESTION: You are the project manager for an academic textbook publisher managing the development and deployment of the publisher’s new printing and binding equipment. Your quality control team leader has advised you that the latest control chart data reflects that the last 7 books produced were outside the lower control limit. What action should you take as the project manager?

A. Stop the printing of the books.
B. Work with the production team to bring the future printing within the control limits.
C. Look for the non-random causes for the variations.
D. Plan to fix the 7 books.

This question offers an excellent example of how PMI designs PMP exam questions and how to be more successful answering them. PMI has provided a BIG CLUE to the correct answer, if you can see it.

The purpose of this question is to determine whether or not you know what the “rule of seven” is. If don’t know what it is, then you will probably spend time analyzing and thinking about the answer, which is EXACTLY what PMI wants you to do if.

Program Outline : Based on PMBoK® Guide - V Edition

Module I Introduction: PMP Certification Examination
Module II Projects, Processes and Projects: How You Do the Job
Module III The Process Framework: It All Fits Together
Module IV Integration Management: How the different parts of project integrate with each other.
Module V Scope Management: Gathering requirements, defining scope.
Module VI Time Management: Learn how to create WBS, Network diagrams, develop schedules.
Module VII Cost Management: Determine costs with Project cost, Management cost, contingency costs etc. Learn earned value techniques.
Module VIII Quality Management: What is Quality control and Quality assurance? How this is applicable to the projects.
Module IX Human Resource Management: How to acquire, develop and manage project teams.
Module XI Communications Management: Meeting the project reporting requirements etc.
Module XI Risk Management: Understand what are known unknown & what unknown unknowns are. How to manage them.
Module XII Procurement Management:Determine what is to be purchased, how to be purchased, when to be purchased etc.
Module XIII Stakeholders Management: How to manage stakeholders?
Module XIV Professional Responsibility: Making Good Choices

Day Wise Schedule
Day 1 Day 2
Introduction to PMI® and PMP® Project Time Management
The framework - Project environment, Project life cycle phase, Process groups and Knowledge Areas Case study on project scheduling
Quiz on Project management processes Quiz on Project Time Management
Project Integration Management Project Cost Management
Case study on Developing project charter Quiz on Project Cost Management
Quiz on Project Integration Management Project Quality Management
Project Scope Management Quiz on Project Quality Management
Quiz on Project Integration Management Project Human Resource Management
  Quiz on Project Human Resource Management
Day 3
Project Communication Management
Quiz on Project Communication Management
Project Risk Management
Quiz on Project Risk Management
Project Procurement Management
Quiz on Project Procurement Management
Professional Responsibilities & ethics
Quiz on Professional Responsibilities & ethics
Complete PMBOK® guide review and mapping it to day-to-day project management activities
Q & A
Tips and Guidelines for preparing for PMP Exam
Distribution of 35 PDUs certificate
Feedback session
Workshop closure

  • 35 PDUs/Contact Hours Certificate by Multisoft Systems (PMI Global REP ID -3648)
  • Newly launched, latest PMP Examination blueprint(Valid from July 31, 2013 onwards) & Guide to PMBOK – 5th Edition
  • Reference Handbook on PMP Certification Examination Preparation.
  • Aligned to Project Management Institute's (PMI) Guide to PMBOK – 5th Edition.
  • Covering 10 Knowledge Areas along with Professional Responsibility.
  • Focusing on generally recognized Project Management Best Practices divided into 47 Processes that fall into Five(5) Process Groups : Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control and Closure.
  • Handbook with more visual content & one that focuses on conversational & Personalized Style Learning.
  • Emotional Content to involve the readers - YOU work to prepare for PMP Certification Examination & NOT just watch slide after slide for whole Four Days !!!
  • Accrued Learning through effective use of scenario based Exercises & Group Activities for evaluation based judgments, Crosswords, Puzzles, Practice Questions & Mock Test for PMP Certification Examination.

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