English | | 4h 1m | AVC (.mp4) 1024x768 15fps | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 486 Mb
This course explores how organizational culture and structure affects project management, how project teams are built, and how the role of a project manager may vary. The foundation for continuing PMP studies is also laid with a tour of the project management process groups and knowledge areas.
Building on the foundation set in Introduction to Project Management and the PMP Exam, this course will focus on the topics discussed in Chapters 2 and 3 of the Project Management Body of Knowledge, more commonly referred to as the "PMbOK Guide." The course explores how organizational cultures, styles, communication preferences, and structure factor into project management. It defines the role of project stakeholders and the composition of successful project teams, and describes the phases and characteristics of the project life cycle. Continuing on, the course outlines the five process groups in project management: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing. Finally, it lays the groundwork for future courses focused on the knowledge areas encountered in each phase of project management.
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