This 1-day live, instructor-led course will introduce the principles and philosophy of project management as presented by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® in A Guide to The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Seventh Edition. PMI has significantly changed its approach to this important text, moving away from providing guidance on the techniques and best practices of project management to focus on high-level thinking. This new perspective will free project managers and their organizations to determine their own methods of managing projects based on several different factors. It should be noted that PMI still considers its PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition to be valid, as it serves a different purpose.
This course will cover a thorough review of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition, specifically Project Performance Domains, Tailoring, and the use of models, methods, and artifacts. We will also delve into the components of PMI’s new text, The Standard for Project Management, including Value Delivery and Project Management Principles.
This course should be attended by anyone with an interest in understanding the changes in PMI’s PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition. It will benefit certified project managers who want to stay current with these changes, as well as those new to project management, and project managers just beginning their relationship with PMI.
Upon completion of this 1-day course, participants will understand:
- The various project performance domains
- Project approaches such as Agile. Predictive and Hybrid
- The meaning and application of tailoring to your organization’s project approach
- Commonly used models and artifacts
- Value delivery and oversight
- Project management principles
Project Performance Domains
- Development approach
- Planning performance
- Work performance
- Why tailor?
- Tailoring process
- Tailoring the performance domains
Models, Methods, and Artifacts
- Commonly used models and methods
- Performance domain application
- Project management artifacts
- Creating value
- Project functions
- The project environment
Project Management Principles
- Stakeholder engagement
- Value Focus
- System interactions
- Quality approach
- Complexity approach
- Risk response
- Adaptability and resilience
This course is included in the following tracks at a discounted rate if purchased as a part of a track: