Manage and lead the process of accomplishment of company projects in the context of financial
budget with agreed quality and within the timeline with all standardized details disciplines and
The PMP® credential is by far the most recognized in world-wide, with the
number of credential holders growing exponentially year-on-year. Many
employers and customers today necessitate that a Project Manager should
hold a PMP® Certification.
Project Risk Management is the project management knowledge area that includes the
processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response
planning, response implementation, and monitoring risk on a project.
Program Management is the next logical career step for professional project managers
leading larger and more complex initiatives. To some, program management is viewed
as the top of the “technical project management” professional ladder.
The PMI-ACP formally recognizes your knowledge of agile principles & your skill with agile techniques. The PMI-ACP spans many approaches to agile such as Scrum, Kanban, Lean, extreme programming (XP) and test-driven development (TDD). In this powerful course, you’ll gain and understand the concepts, principles, and methods of Agile development and become empowered to execute on your plans for incorporating Agile practices and techniques into your organization.
This course provides an in-depth review of the business analysis knowledge, skills, and tasks as discussed in the PMI business analysis standard Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide. The material within this course provides a solid overview of the activities commonly performed by those fulfilling the business analysis role on programs and projects. The content of this course is fully aligned to the definition of the business analysis practice as detailed within the role delineation survey completed for PMI in 2013. The course is intended to prepare students who are interested in taking the PMI-PBA® exam.