Project Executing, Monitoring, And Controlling Processes – pmpdu2015 (0 credits)
Using the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) - Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013, this course provides an in-depth look at the execution, monitoring principles, and controlling process groups of a project. Students use project management processes to identify both the existence and cause of project data variance, determine and process the appropriate corrective actions, and submit the required documentation associated with those actions. Students will create project status reports for appropriate audiences using project variance analysis, estimates and relevant status updates. Students enrolling should have a basic understanding of project management. This course provides 15 contact hours in three 5-hour workshops.
This non-credit course is 3 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Earned Value Management
- Perform variance analysis against baselines
- Conduct an Estimate At Completion assessment
Project Status Report
- Using various tools and techniques, develop a project status report
Control and Corrective Actions
- Create a project change request using available variance information
- Suggest escalations and leadership activities relevant for project execution
- Provide details of project documentation
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