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    A Business Value Approach to Project Management

    The Challenge It is a primary tenet of Project Management that every project will produce something of value for the project Sponsor. That positive outcome may be referred to as Business Value. While the Business Value of a project is always implicit, it is often not clearly defined at the start of a project and even less often measured after the project’s completion. It should be clear that, in the absence of this definition and measurement, we are deprived of knowing the true value of a project to the organization that commissioned it. What may not be clear is that the definition and measurement of Business Value have deep implications for some of the most fundamental concepts in project management. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    A Framework for use of Project Metrics

    The Challenge It is standard practice for a project team or Project Management Office (PMO) to make use of project metrics to measure project health and progress. Measurements of project cost to date and status with respect to planned schedule are common. However, metrics can and should do much more. For example, we need metrics to measure PMO performance. Objective metrics are also indispensable for determining the true Business Value of a project after its completion. However, with hundreds to choose from, how do we choose the right metrics? Is it sufficient to simply use the "standard" ones? Which metrics are actually "standard"? For other Project Management courses please visit
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    A Six Sigma Approach to Achieving Project Management Quality

    Learn how to achieve greater internal efficiency to help manage project costs, keeps projects on schedule, align with corporate strategy, put the right people on the right projects, meet customer quality requirements, generate successful project outcomes
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    Advanced and Applied Project Management

    Advanced and Applied Project Management is a three-day, instructor-led, simulation-based class designed for experienced project management practitioners who wish to apply and enhance their fundamental project/program management skills. The course re-establishes essential project management processes through hands on application of skills using both a course case study and a computer-based project simulation tool. Participants take a realistic project from inception (initiation) through completion (closure). For other Project Management courses please visit
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    The Advanced Project Management workshop gives seasoned project managers the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully manage increasingly complex project issues to meet desired goals and objectives. Assuming a mastery of project planning, this workshop extends skills to the remaining project management processes covering areas such as avoiding mistakes when executing and controlling a project, dealing with evolving stakeholder expectations, using trend analysis to measure project performance and improving project outcomes. PDUs = 24. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Advanced Project Management

    OnSite Training: 3-days - Up to 20 Participants...We’ve updated our Advanced Project Management Course to include a project simulation component. This course picks up where other traditional project management courses leave off by allowing participants to practice monitoring a project using SimulTrain®, software that provides a simulation for the planning and executing phases of a project. During execution, participants are placed in common situations that generate stress and require timely decisions that affect not only project performance but team motivation. In addition to the simulation, participants will engage in additional topics to develop competencies required to control projects and expand their knowledge and skills using more advanced project management tools and techniques. If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager.
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    Advanced Project Management for the Experienced Practitioner

    Have you ever wondered where project issues come from? Have you ever delivered great technology only to find that the supposed "customer" wants no part of it? Have you ever wondered what to do when asked for an estimate in the face of woefully inadequate information? Have you ever wondered why, if project risk can be positive as well as negative, that you never see opportunity? These are just a few of the intriguing questions answered during this fascinating four day course. . For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Advanced Project Topics for the Business Manager

    The Challenge Senior Managers have a unique outlook on projects. They are concerned not only with project success but also with the cumulative Business Value that those projects must ultimately generate. This means that to a Senior Manager, any project management methodology must lead the project team to plan and execute projects so that Business Value is optimized. Viewing project management through the lens of Portfolio Management provides us with just such a perspective. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Agile Development with Scrum

    This 2-day course assures students understand what adopting Scrum will mean for their organization and themselves, and to make passing Certified Scrum Master training a certainty. The course begins with the concepts and terminology of iterative development: developing and delivering portions of a total product according to a well-defined schedule and partitioning of product features. The business case for iterative development is thoroughly covered. The course then discusses the principles and practices that define an agile approach to software development, including: delivering continual value to the customer, flexible and rapid response to change, short time-boxed iterations, and rapid feedback on project state. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Agile Practitioner – (PMI-ACP & ScrumMaster aligned)

    +Agile Project Management Essentials +Adopting an Agile Approach to Project Management +An Overview of Agile Methodologies +Overview of the Scrum Development Process +Agile Planning: Project Initiating and Requirements Gathering +Agile Planning: Doing Estimates and Completing the Release Plan +Planning and Monitoring Iterations on an Agile Project +Leading an Agile Team +Managing Stakeholder Engagement on an Agile Project +Ensuring Delivery of Value and Quality in Agile Projects +Core PMI® Values and Ethical Standards
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    Agile Project Management Certification Workshop (PMI-ACP)

    This class not only prepares you to lead your next Agile project effort, but ensures that you`re prepared to pass the PMI-ACP certification exam.
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    AMA`s Comprehensive Project Management Workshop

    Boost PM expertise and map a course for PMP certification in just five days. In this seminar you`ll examine a complete arsenal of PM competencies and methods and learn a common and precise language to communicate and define project needs effectively.
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    AMA`s PMP Exam Prep Express

    Ace the Project Management Professional certification exam. Guaranteed!* This seminar covers all the major process and knowledge areas of the PMBOK® - including professional responsibility - through readings, instruction and testing.
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    An Introduction to Project Management: The Basics for Success

    OnSite Training Only - Up to 20 Participants This seminar provides an introduction to Project Management and the core concepts and best practices used in this discipline. It is designed to be an introductory course in project management, and not a comprehensive treatment of the subject. In the course, core project management “best practices” will be introduced, and put into context through various exercises and scenarios and case studies. The course is designed as a practical workshop, and learning by doing is a key component. As such, class participants will be asked to work on sample “projects” and be assigned deliverables to produce within a specified time frame. The focus of these exercises is in the tools and processes followed to produce the output – not the actual output itself. After each exercise, a review will be conducted offering comments and suggestions for improvement. Previous project management experience is not necessary to benefit from this course.
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    This course focuses on one of the nine knowledge areas of project management, Risk Management. Risk Management focuses on dealing with the inevitable negative events which could occur on the project and how to decrease the probability of those events or decrease the impact they will have on the project and also, dealing with the potential opportunities which could occur on the project and how to increase the probability of those events or increase the impact they will have on the project. In order for the risks of the project to be properly defined it is necessary to interface with the key stakeholders of the project. As with the other aspects of project planning, the risk plan should by no means be developed "in a vacuum." Different techniques from one-on-one interviews to team workshops should be utilized. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Attaining Strategic Goals through Projects

    Every enterprise has strategic goals. Every enterprise invests resources in projects. It is generally understood that projects should support an organization's strategic goals and that every project should be a good investment, but is that always true? Are we funding the right projects at the right time? Does the executive team have clear guidance on how much each project will cost and what it will return? Do they know with certainty that every completed project has actually created the Business Value intended? What can an executive do to ensure that every project is worthwhile? For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Best Practices for the Government Multi-Project Manager

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    Meet the challenge of handling multiple projects in a dramatically altered business environment. Look at how the best in the business balance risks, resources and time across multiple projects.
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    Bringing a Project to a Safe Landing

    The Challenge Transition is that period of time that spans implementation of a project's deliverables and initial use of those deliverables by the customer. The amount of Business Value that a project delivers depends critically on how well the work of Transition is carried out. Yet, in today's project management practice, this aspect of the project is not always well planned and executed. In fact, this is just the place where shortcuts may be taken when time and money run short, with the result that generation of Business Value is severely impaired. For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Choosing the Right Projects for the Right Time

    The Challenge Where do your projects come from? Are they carefully examined for alignment with Business Strategy and Return on Investment before funding is allocated, or do projects seem to just appear for reasons that are often not at all apparent? It should be obvious that, insofar as projects represent a major expense for any enterprise, we would do well to consider carefully h our project dollars are spent. But how can we do this effectively? For other Project Management courses please visit