The Project Management Course Beginner to PROject Manager
What you’ll learn
Gain the project management knowledge and skills, necessary to manage an entire project
Perform a complete case study of a project from the beginning to the end, observing real-life project scenarios
Receive 15+ project management templates and valuable documents to help you structure and manage projects
Understand the project manager role and acquire the skills needed to become successful in the profession
Study Waterfall and Agile project management, performed with Scrum
Learn the fundamental theory and best practices of project management
MS Excel: learn how to use MS Excel to create the five most crucial project management documents
No prior experience is required. We start from the basics
You’ll need access to Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) to download and practice with the supplemental course materials
Project management is an exciting profession. Moving from one project to another, a project manager continually faces new businesses, new processes and systems, new people, and new situations. Such a dynamic environment helps you learn more all the time, and advances your skills than traditional jobs.Developing the ability to structure chaos into a project with solid project management knowledge and skills, will make your endeavors more successful — whether it’s the performance of a large organization, your career progression, a new business start-up, or even your personal life projects!It’s no surprise that the demand for project managers is expected to be substantial in the years to come.Our program is carefully designed to help anyone build knowledge and skills, grow the needed confidence, and start managing projects!This online course uniquely combines the following critical lessons a PM should learn:Perform a complete project case study and learn what a project manager must do from the beginning to the endUnderstand the fundamental project management theory, apply best practices and avoid common mistakes in your next projectLearn how to use Gantt charts, Critical Path Method, Project Plan, Budget, and many other tools (Receive 15+ project management templates). A brief tutorial on how to use MS Project is also included.Gain the professional and personal skills needed to become an excellent project managerLearn how to create the five most crucial project management documents with MS Excel Learn Agile project managementMaster SCRUM and apply this project management methodologyLearn the main differences between Watefall and Agile, compare the pros and cons, and understand which philosophy to apply in your next projectGet promoted and apply what you learn here to the real business world, regardless of the industryWhy precisely this course?Reason #1: The instructorIvan, the course instructor, is a professional project manager (PMP, PRINCE2) who was honored as “Project Manager of the Year” by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In this course, he brings together his extensive experience leading multinational projects and programs across a variety of industries, and his passion for project management. This combination provides students with a profound understanding of the field through practical lessons and insightful reflections. In addition, Ivan serves as a project management consultant, tutor and mentor to junior PMs. He is also a guest lecturer on project management at several universities.Reason #2: 365 Careers365 Careers is one of the most popular course providers on Udemy, with high-quality practice material and continued support for our students. The average time we spend creating a course is between five and six months.The average amount of time we spend creating a course is between 5 and 6 months. We take pride in our high-quality production, practice materials, and continued support to our students.Reason #3: UdemyUdemy is the leading global marketplace for online courses—where you’ll find updated content, enjoy a seamless course-taking experience, and discover the best value-for-money deals on the internet.This course is for anyone! Our content is highly appreciated those new to project management, and those with practical experience in the field looking for a way to refresh and strengthen their knowledge and skills.As we named it – Beginner to PROject manager!Our Project Management course covers all the fundamental knowledge, concepts, tools, and techniques you need to understand, including how a project works and how to manage it best. We start from the theoretical basics and progressively build upon that knowledge. Each step adds real-life practical examples, case studies, and exercises.Compared to similar material, what is unique about this course is that we’ll review and analyze a complete project from the beginning to the end. We’ll examine the tasks a PM should take at each stage of that process. In addition, you’ll receive more than 15 project management templates to help you lead projects in various industries. What sets this course apart from the rest of the Business courses out there?High-quality production, including Full HD video and animationsUniquely engaging and fun content — not a collection of boring lecturesProfessional PMP certified instructor with years of experience on the jobComplete training covering all major topics and skills necessary to become a successful project managerExtensive case studies that help you reinforce everything that you’ve learnedExcellent support for when you don’t understand a concept or want to drop us a line — you’ll receive an answer within 1 business dayDynamic learning curve, where the instructor keeps a steady tempo throughout the courseBonus prizes – upon completion of 50% and 100% of the course, you will receive two bonus giftsWhy do you need project management skills?Promotions – Project managers acquire valuable technical skills, which makes them the leading candidates for senior roles within corporationsSalary/Income – A project manager salary in the US starts from $60k and gradually rises as they move up the ladderSecure Future – There’s a high demand for skilled project managers, and you won’t need to be concerned about finding a jobGrowth – This isn’t a tedious job. Every day you’ll face various challenges that will enhance your existing skills and abilitiesThis course comes with Udemy’s 30-day money-back guarantee. So, you have nothing to lose.Make one of the best decisions of your professional career. Click the ‘Buy now’ button.
Section 1: Welcome to the course! Introduction to projects and Project Management
Lecture 1 What does the course cover?
Lecture 2 What is a Project?
Lecture 3 Why do companies execute projects?
Lecture 4 Download all course materials
Lecture 5 What creates the demand for projects? Prioritization and selection of projects
Lecture 6 What is a Project Manager? What is their commitment in a project?
Lecture 7 What are the skills and the knowledge a Project Manager must have?
Lecture 8 Projects: a History lesson
Lecture 9 Project management terminology
Section 2: The project phases
Lecture 10 How does a project start and how does it evolve? What a project’s main stages?
Section 3: The initiation phase
Lecture 11 What is the Initiation phase about? Define the project goals
Lecture 12 What is involved in a business case?
Lecture 13 What does scope cover?
Lecture 14 Who performs the feasibility study and what does it involve?
Lecture 15 What goes into risk assessment? What are expectations?
Lecture 16 How to create a Project Charter?
Lecture 17 Case Study 1
Section 4: The planning phase
Lecture 18 What is Planning? Why is it important? What happens if it is not done correctly?
Lecture 19 Why is Planning so critical in Project management?
Lecture 20 What is the cost of Change in projects?
Lecture 21 What to do before you start?
Lecture 22 Project management insights
Lecture 23 Scope Planning
Lecture 24 Scope Planning (continued)
Section 5: The planning phase – timelines and schedules
Lecture 25 How to estimate when planning?
Lecture 26 The planning fallacy, optimism bias, illusion of control
Lecture 27 How much to buffer?
Lecture 28 Identifying dependencies
Lecture 29 Identifying the critical path
Lecture 30 Using the Gantt chart to plan the project work streams
Lecture 31 Building the project schedule (+ MS Project tutorial)
Lecture 32 How to build a milestone table and its uses
Section 6: The planning phase – cost
Lecture 33 The process of budgeting
Lecture 34 The process of budgeting (continued)
Lecture 35 Procurement contract types
Lecture 36 Procuring non-financial resources
Lecture 37 Planning HR
Lecture 38 RACI matrix – assigning roles
Lecture 39 Quality requirements
Section 7: The planning phase – Expectations, Assumptions and Risks
Lecture 40 Planning expectations management
Lecture 41 How to control assumptions
Lecture 42 Planning Risk management
Lecture 43 Building a Risk log
Section 8: The planning phase – Change process
Lecture 44 How to deal with and record change requests
Section 9: The execution phase – Meetings
Lecture 45 Introduction to Execution and KO Meetings
Lecture 46 What is involved in a kick-off meeting
Lecture 47 Tips to handle meetings
Section 10: The execution phase – Project Diary
Lecture 48 What is action-owner due date
Lecture 49 Filling in the project diary
Section 11: The execution phase – Managing the team and work
Lecture 50 How the Project Manager manages tasks
Lecture 51 How the Project Manager manages the team
Section 12: The monitoring and control phase
Lecture 52 What is monitoring and control
Lecture 53 Controlling in a PM environment
Lecture 54 How to check if a project is on schedule
Lecture 55 How to see if a project is on budget
Lecture 56 How to perform quality control
Lecture 57 Keeping the risk log updated
Lecture 58 Dealing with change proposals
Section 13: The execution phase – Issue management
Lecture 59 How to record and build project report updates
Lecture 60 How to deal with any issues that occur during execution
Lecture 61 Case Study 2
Section 14: The closure phase
Lecture 62 Why do we close a project
Lecture 63 What steps to take to close a project
Section 15: MS Excel for Project Management
Lecture 64 Introduction
Lecture 65 Tracker 1: High-level
Lecture 66 Tracker 2: Standard tasks
Lecture 67 Tracker 3: Few steps & statuses
Lecture 68 Project Management Logs
Lecture 69 Actions, Issues, Dependencies Log
Lecture 70 RAIDD Log
Lecture 71 RAIDD Log – Structures
Lecture 72 Risks Log
Lecture 73 Project Management Logs – Outro
Lecture 74 Project Schedule
Lecture 75 Gantt Chart (months)
Lecture 76 Gantt Chart (weeks)
Lecture 77 Budget – Simple Table
Lecture 78 Budget – Time & Materials 1
Lecture 79 Budget – Time & Materials 2
Lecture 80 Formatting Tips & Tricks
Lecture 81 MS Excel for Project Management: Conclusions
Section 16: Agile project management
Lecture 82 Waterfall
Lecture 83 A different kind of project
Lecture 84 Where Waterfall falls short
Lecture 85 Introducing Agile
Lecture 86 Agile project structure
Lecture 87 Product Development in Agile
Section 17: SCRUM
Lecture 88 Introduction to SCRUM
Lecture 89 SCRUM project structure
Lecture 90 User Stories
Lecture 91 EPICs
Lecture 92 Product Backlog, Releases, MVP
Lecture 93 Product Owner
Lecture 94 Development Team
Lecture 95 SCRUM Master
Section 18: Agile vs Waterfall
Lecture 96 Agile vs Waterfall – Comparison
Lecture 97 Agile vs Waterfall – Analysis
Lecture 98 Agile vs Waterfall – Conclusion
Section 19: You are now a PROject Manager!
Lecture 99 You are now a PROject Manager!
Lecture 100 Completion gifts
Anyone who wants to learn how to manage an entire project on their own,Young professionals and university graduates interested in a project management career,Anyone who wants to develop or enhance their project management knowledge and skills
Udemy | English | 7h 16m | 6.10 GB
Created by: 365 Careers