PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 04-Execution, Monitoring and Controlling (RVLS-2860)
In Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, students will learn about two significant processes that are part of the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide): the Direct and Manage Project Execution and the Monitor and Control Project work processes. Activities related to these processes represent the bulk of a project manager's duties during a project. At the conclusion of this course, you'll more fully understand the intricacies of leading a project team through project activity execution, monitoring and control.
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Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: Detail how organizations drive projects; Describe the key concepts that define a project; Visualize those concepts through examples provided; Explain the ways projects are managed and the roles and responsibilities of all key participants; Describe the responsibilities of the project manager and the competencies by which a project manager is expected to operate; Detail the types and structures of an organization and how the project manager role varies based on the type of organizational structure in place; Describe the role of the stakeholder in a project and how a project manager is expected to interact with that role; Apply the skills and knowledge gained to answer exam level questions similar to those that are found on a project manager certification exam
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