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PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)

Demonstrate the Agile Professional Skillset to Your Peers, Stakeholder, & Employers

By Integrity Training | in Online Courses

The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) certification is the world’s fastest-growing agile certification. This course covers the entire recommended content for this certification. The adoption of agile practices is increasing with each passing day as organizations around the world have understood the value of implementing the agile approach. This recognition of agile has resulted in more demand for professionals who are well enabled to adopt the agile transition. This preparatory course enables the professionals to demonstrate the agile professional skillset to their peers, stakeholder, and employers.

The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner course is equally helpful for candidates looking to gain initial familiarity with agile practices as well as experienced professionals already using agile approaches and who want to stay relevant in the competitive and professional world. The course is important to demonstrate true leadership ability on fast-paced and iterative projects.

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  • Access 157 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Prepare for the Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) exam
  • Learn how agile principles transform team performance, deliver outcomes, & improve customer satisfaction
  • Empower & inspire your collaborative team
  • Improve stakeholder engagement
  • Apply agile techniques to manage a project's scope & value
  • Combine best methods from multiple agile methodologies such as Kanban, Scrum etc.
  • Learn to lead the team away from the pitfalls
  • Build a reactive & responsive culture
  • Embrace change quickly & effectively to seize competitive advantage for your customer
  • Deliver success even when challenged with unforgiving environments
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  • Your First Program

  • Chapter 0 - Introduction

    • Instructor Introduction - 2:35
    • Introduction - 0:38
    • Course Objectives - 0:26
    • Introduction to the Project Management Institute - 0:25
    • What is the Agile Certified Practitioner ACP Exam? - 1:12
    • First Step - 0:58
    • Terms to Know for this Coursev - 1:19
    • What’s Needed to Get the ACP? - 1:06
    • Applying for the PMI-ACP - 0:25
    • Recommended Steps for Your Application - 1:21
    • What’s Needed to Keep the Certification? - 1:24
    • Exam Format - 1:16
    • On-Site Exams - 1:53
    • Online Exams - 1:00
    • Chapter 0 Review - 0:40
    • Chapter 0 Quiz
  • Chapter 1 - Project Management Fundamentals

    • Project Management Fundamentals - 0:32
    • Definition of a Project - 0:46
    • Projects versus Factories and Operations and a Project - 1:07
    • What is Project Management? - 1:10
    • What is Program Management? - 1:07
    • What is Project Portfolio Management? - 1:05
    • PMI-ACP Exam Content Overview - 0:44
    • Domains - 1:08
    • Domains - 0:15
    • Domains - 0:22
    • Chapter 1 Review - 0:38
    • Chapter 1 Quiz
  • Chapter 2 - Agile Fundamentals

    • Agile Fundamentals - 0:34
    • What is Agile? - 0:41
    • What is Agile? - 2:06
    • The Agile Manifesto - 2:12
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 0:10
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 2:31
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 1:44
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 2:10
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 1:57
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 1:06
    • The 12 Agile Principles - 2:01
    • Types of Agile - 0:22
    • Type of Agile: Scrum - 1:37
    • Type of Agile: ScrumBan - 1:34
    • Type of Agile: SAFe - 2:31
    • Chapter 2 Review - 0:25
    • Chapter 2 Quiz
  • Chapter 3 - Domain I: Agile Principles and Mindset

    • Domain I: Agile Principles and Mindset - 0:42
    • Advocate for Agile Principles - 1:50
    • Common Understanding of Agile Values - 2:33
    • Organizational Effectiveness and Efficiency - 4:31
    • Visualization and Information Radiators - 2:16
    • Continuous Improvement - 2:31
    • Continuous Improvement - 1:00
    • Experimenting with New Techniques and Process Ideas - 1:37
    • Team Collaboration - 2:33
    • Benefits of Team Collaboration - 1:43
    • Fostering Self-Organization and Empowerment - 2:59
    • Servant Leadership - 1:49
    • Servant Leadership - 0:48
    • Servant Leadership: Greenleaf 10 Principles of Servant Leadership - 5:14
    • Chapter 3 Review - 0:35
    • Chapter 3 Quiz
  • Chapter 4 - Domain II: Value-Driven Delivery

    • Domain II: Value-Driven Delivery - 0:51
    • Incremental Production - 2:11
    • Just-In-Time Delivery - 1:29
    • Defining the Team’s Process - 0:40
    • Defining the Team’s Process - 2:05
    • MMF and MVP - 1:48
    • Identify and Respond to Risk - 0:57
    • Identify and Respond to Risk - 1:27
    • Regular Retrospectives - 1:46
    • Prioritize the Units of Work - 1:02
    • MoSCoW Prioritization Technique - 0:59
    • KANO Prioritization Technique - 1:38
    • Relative Weight Prioritization Technique - 1:03
    • Relative Weight Prioritization Example - 0:53
    • Quality - 1:07
    • Quality Techniques - 1:14
    • Environmental, Operational, and Infrastructure Factors - 0:47
    • Operational Reviews and Checkpoints - 1:11
    • Total Value Proposition - 1:10
    • Re-Prioritize to Maximize Value - 1:26
    • Non-Functional Requirements - 1:45
    • Overall Improvements in the Process/Product/Service - 1:18
    • Chapter 4 Review - 0:42
    • Chapter 4 Quiz
  • Chapter 5 - Domain III: Stakeholder Engagement

    • Domain III: Stakeholder Engagement - 0:32
    • Stakeholder Interests, Needs, and Expectations - 1:03
    • Stakeholder Interests, Needs, and Expectations - 1:33
    • Stakeholder Interests, Needs, and Expectations - 1:24
    • Knowledge Sharing – Definition and Key Components - 1:29
    • Knowledge Sharing – Best Practices - 1:52
    • Stakeholder or Team Working Agreement - 2:10
    • Stakeholder Change Management - 3:14
    • Group Decision-Making and Conflict Resolution - 1:34
    • High-Level Vision and Objectives - 1:19
    • Aligning Expectations - 1:28
    • Aligning Expectations - Client - 2:26
    • Stakeholder Communication - 2:36
    • Stakeholder Communication - 2:55
    • Stakeholder Communication - 2:19
    • Stakeholder Communication - 1:21
    • Forecasts - 1:09
    • Forecasts - 0:57
    • Chapter 5 Review - 0:32
    • Chapter 5 Quiz
  • Chapter 6 - Domain IV: Team Performance

    • Domain IV: Team Performance - 0:32
    • Team Coherence - 1:13
    • Team Development - 1:21
    • Team Development - 3:00
    • Building High-Performing Cross-Functional Teams - 3:09
    • Sample Team Working Agreement - 2:02
    • Team Self-Organization - 1:44
    • Team Morale - 1:36
    • Team Co-Location and Communication - 2:24
    • Team Distractions - 3:26
    • Team Vision - 1:34
    • Team Performance Measurements - 1:03
    • Sample Burndown Charts - 2:35
    • Iteration Status Chart - 2:01
    • Chapter 6 Review - 0:30
    • Chapter 6 Quiz
  • Chapter 7 - Domain V: Adaptive Planning

    • Domain V: Adaptive Planning - 0:41
    • Rolling Wave Planning and Progressive Elaboration - 1:19
    • Publishing Planning Results - 1:41
    • Communicating Deliverables - 1:33
    • Adapting Cadence - 2:48
    • Inspect and Adapt - 2:33
    • Adjusting for Variables - 1:21
    • Adjusting for Variables - 1:31
    • Adjusting for Variables - 1:26
    • Adjusting for Maintenance and Operational Demands - 2:05
    • Scope, Schedule, and Cost Range Estimates - 1:12
    • Scope, Schedule, and Cost Range Estimates - 1:18
    • Refine Delivery - 2:39
    • The Use of Data for Calibration - 1:55
    • Chapter 7 Review - 0:50
    • Chapter 7 Quiz
  • Chapter 8 - Domain VI: Problem Detection and Resolution

    • Domain VI: Problem Detection and Resolution - 0:46
    • Fostering the Right Environment - 1:40
    • Fostering the Right Environment - 2:04
    • Conflict Resolution and Improvement Process - 2:49
    • Conflict Resolution and Improvement Process - 4:10
    • Risk Resolution - 2:28
    • Risk Management - 1:44
    • Communicating Risk - 1:36
    • Chapter 8 Review - 0:36
    • Chapter 8 Quiz
  • Chapter 9 - Domain VII: Continuous Improvement

    • Domain VII: Continuous Improvement - 0:34
    • Periodic Reviews of Team Effectiveness - 1:18
    • Frequent Organizational Retrospectives - 4:02
    • Demonstrations - 1:21
    • Encouraging Learning - 5:03
    • Value Stream Analysis - 3:59
    • Value Stream Analysis - 1:26
    • Create Systemic Improvements - 2:49
    • Chapter 9 Review - 0:49
    • Chapter 9 Quiz

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Quality Management

Understand the Definition of Quality Management & Its Effects on Revenue

By Integrity Training | in Online Courses

Learn to make Quality the priority in your organization by taking this Quality Management course and enhancing your professional skills. A company or business can only continue to adapt or improve when it measures the Quality of its business and acts on its findings. It will coach you to provide an excellent level of Quality Control and Management in any environment. The online modules contain information and exercises to reinforce the learning principles given and will ensure that you can apply your knowledge and practices to the workplace immediately.

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  • Understand the definition of "quality"
  • Know the positive effects of quality on revenue & reputation
  • Measure quality in quantitative terms
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  • Introduction to Quality Management
    • Introduction to Quality Management - 19:32
  • Quality Measurement and Improvement
    • Quality Measurement and Improvement - 15:30
  • Quality Control
    • Quality Control - 8:57
  • Six Sigma
    • Six Sigma - 12:59
  • Supply Chain Management
    • Supply Chain Management - 17:01
  • Quality Audits
    • Quality Audits - 10:52

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Risk Management Professional (RMP) Exam Prep

Identify, Assess, & Manage Risks Without Compromising the Project Success

By Integrity Training | in Online Courses

The Risk Management Professional (RMP) Exam Preparation course focuses on the concepts and building blocks of creating successful risk management within a project. The course is based on the exam topics covered in the Risk Management Professional Exam. The course helps the aspiring candidates to clear the said exam and apply the knowledge gained to identify, assess, and manage risks without compromising the project's success. The RMP certification is a popular certification exam for project managers working in any organization. The course covers the exam topics of the RMP exam in detail and enables the candidates to pass the exam on the first attempt.

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  • Know what the PMI Risk Management Professional Exam
  • Learn the essential terms
  • Cover risk planning, stakeholder engagement, identify risks, & more
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  • Introduction to the RMP Course
    • Instructor Introduction - 2:35
    • Introduction to the RMP Course - 0:45
    • Course Objectives - 0:30
    • Introduction to the Project Management Institute - 0:27
    • What is the PMI Risk Management Professional Exam? - 0:27
    • First Step - 1:10
    • Terms to Know for this Course - 1:35
    • What’s Needed to Get the RMP? - 0:42
    • Recommended Steps for Your Application - 1:09
    • What’s Needed to Keep the Certification? - 0:44
    • Exam Format - 1:40
    • On-Site Exams - 2:37
    • Online Exams - 1:36
    • Chapter Review - 0:44
    • Chapter Review
  • Introduction to Risk Management
    • Introduction to Risk Management - 0:38
    • What is Risk Management? - 1:55
    • Risk Management Processes - 0:51
    • Key Terms - 3:13
    • Threats and Opportunities - 0:48
    • Probability & Impact - 1:37
    • Organizational Risk Perception - 3:05
    • Categories of Risk - 1:23
    • Risk Metalanguage - 1:47
    • Chapter Review - 0:50
    • Chapter 1 Quiz
  • Risk Tools, Terms, and Processes
    • Risk Tools, Terms, and Processes - 0:54
    • Objectives - 0:20
    • Brainstorming - 0:46
    • Risk Breakdown Structure (RBS) - 1:15
    • Cause-and-Effect Diagram - 1:57
    • Delphi Technique - 1:23
    • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) - 0:33
    • Sample Fault Tree - 2:33
    • Influence Diagram - 1:05
    • Nominal Group Technique - 1:06
    • PROMPT List - 1:04
    • Root Cause Analysis (RCA) - 1:50
    • Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats - 1:11
    • Monte Carlo Simulation - 0:55
    • Critical Chain - 1:05
    • Reserve Analysis - 0:42
    • Risk Audit - 0:51
    • Risk Re-assessment - 0:40
    • Chapter Review - 0:52
    • Chapter 2 Quiz
  • Domain I: Risk Planning
    • Domain I: Risk Planning - 0:26
    • Objectives - 0:27
    • What is Risk Planning – and why do it? - 0:56
    • Key Factors for Risk Planning - 1:02
    • Key Areas of Planning - 1:08
    • PMI Risk Planning Inputs, Tools, Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO’s) - 3:08
    • Inputs - 0:19
    • Tools and Techniques - 1:07
    • Outputs - Risk Management Plan - 4:39
    • Chapter Review - 0:25
    • Chapter 3 Quiz
  • Domain II: Stakeholder Engagement
    • Domain II: Stakeholder Engagement - 0:22
    • Objectives - 0:34
    • Project Information Resources - 1:53
    • Project Performance Information - 0:59
    • Training and Coaching Techniques - 1:20
    • Stakeholder Attitudes - 2:01
    • Risk Appetite vs. Risk Tolerance - 1:43
    • Group Decision Making - 2:34
    • Decision Styles - 3:29
    • Communication Management - 3:11
    • Stakeholder Coordination - 1:18
    • Sample Interest-Influence - 2:48
    • The Communication Model - 2:06
    • Chapter Review - 0:33
    • Chapter 4 Quiz
  • Domain III: Identify Risks
    • Domain III: Identify Risks - 0:28
    • Objectives - 0:25
    • Risk Identification Benefits - 1:10
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 0:33
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 7:40
    • Success Factors - 2:28
    • Success Factors - 1:39
    • Sample Risk Register - 2:02
    • Chapter Review - 0:23
    • Chapter 5 Quiz
  • Domain IV: Qualitative Risk Analysis
    • Domain IV: Qualitative Risk Analysis - 0:20
    • Objectives - 0:25
    • Qualitative Risk Analysis Benefits - 1:27
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 0:45
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 1:03
    • Input – Risk Register - 2:05
    • Input – EEFs and OPAs - 1:11
    • Output – Probability and Impact Matrix Example - 1:22
    • Output – Data Quality Assessment… - 1:48
    • Success Factors - 1:54
    • Chapter Review - 0:12
    • Chapter 6 Quiz
  • Domain IV & V: Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Domain IV & V: Quantitative Risk Analysis - 0:35
    • Objectives - 0:27
    • Quantitative Risk Analysis Benefits - 1:00
    • PMI Definition of Quantitative Risk Analysis - 1:38
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 0:49
    • Success Factors - 1:37
    • Monte Carlo Simulation - 1:33
    • Expected Monetary Value - 1:09
    • Processes Used for Quantitative Risk Analysis - 1:57
    • Chapter Review - 0:50
    • Chapter 7 Quiz
  • Domain IV: Plan Risk Responses
    • Domain IV: Plan Risk Responses - 0:31
    • Objectives - 0:21
    • Benefits of Plan Risk Responses - 0:44
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 0:34
    • Success Factors - 1:07
    • Strategies for Threats - 2:21
    • Strategies for Opportunities - 2:09
    • Actions - 2:18
    • Project Document Updates - 1:58
    • Chapter Review - 0:23
    • Chapter 8 Quiz
  • Domain IV: Monitor and Control Risk
    • Domain IV: Monitor and Control Risk - 0:19
    • Objectives - 0:19
    • What is Risk Monitoring and Controlling? - 1:38
    • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs (ITTO) - 0:46
    • Monitor and Control Inputs - 1:29
    • Monitor and Control Tools and Techniques - 2:31
    • Monitor and Control Tools and Techniques - 1:00
    • Monitor and Control Outputs - 1:31
    • Monitor and Control Process - 1:45
    • Success Factors - 2:09
    • Strategies - 1:39
    • Chapter Review - 0:31
    • Chapter 9 Quiz

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Information Systems Auditor

Protect Your Systems from Ransomware, Data Theft, Hacking, Forgery, & Brute Force

By Integrity Training | in Online Courses

With the information systems becoming so important, the attacks and threats including but not limited to ransomware, data theft, hacking, forgery, and brute force are also on the rise. More and more attackers are targeting organizations with less control and protection. This course prepares the candidates to put in place effective controls and policies to protect their information systems and assets from unauthorized access and leakage.

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  • Put in place internal controls
  • Learn about different phases of IS audit
  • Understand the role of governance in IT/IS
  • Make policies, procedures and identify risks
  • Create information security policy document
  • Conduct management reviews of the policy document
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  • Chapter 1 - The IS Audit Process
    • The IS Audit Process - 1:52
    • Topic A: The Auditing Process and Auditors - 0:41
    • Definitions - 4:46
    • Types of Auditors - 5:33
    • The Auditing Process (1) - 1:46
    • The Auditing Process (2) - 2:05
    • The Auditing Process (3) - 4:15
    • Audit Planning Process - 12:58
    • Topic B: Risk Analysis - 0:50
    • Risk Analysis Defined - 9:30
    • Assessing Countermeasures - 14:28
    • Steps of Assessment - 2:18
    • Motivations for Risk Analysis - 2:59
    • Topic C: Internal Controls - 0:44
    • Internal Controls: Objectives & Procedures - 6:25
    • Internal Control Types - 5:28
    • Internal Controls (Preventative) - 0:47
    • Internal Controls (Detective) - 1:09
    • Internal Controls (Corrective) - 3:30
    • Goals of Internal Controls - 1:09
    • Goals of Internal Controls - 2:10
    • General Control Methods/Types - 2:41
    • The IS Audit Process - 1:26
    • Audit Classifications - 0:47
    • Audit Classifications - 4:51
    • Phases of the Audit Process (Page 1) - 0:58
    • Phases of the Audit Process (Page 2) - 4:05
    • Inherent Risks During Audits - 0:57
    • A Risk-Based Audit Approach - 1:46
    • Evidence - 1:58
    • Evidence Gathering Techniques - 1:04
    • Computer Assisted Audit - 0:39
    • Control Self-Assessment (CSA) - 1:14
    • Chapter 1 Review - 1:47
    • Quiz 1
  • Chapter 2 - Governance and Management of IT
    • Governance and Management of IT - 0:43
    • Topic A: The Role of Governance - 0:33
    • IT Governance - 5:17
    • IT Governance - 4:20
    • Governance Defined - 2:15
    • Relationship Structure - 1:07
    • Role of Auditor - 2:28
    • Role of Auditor - 4:57
    • Practices & Procedures - 1:33
    • Practices & Procedures - 3:08
    • Information Security Governance - 2:15
    • Information Security Governance - 5:23
    • Information Security Governance - 3:44
    • Information Security Governance - 0:30
    • Results of Security Governance - 0:28
    • Goals of Security Governance - 0:40
    • Topic B: Policies, Procedures, and Risk - 0:43
    • IT Governance - 1:27
    • Policies - 6:30
    • Policies - 5:13
    • Information Security Policy Document - 8:30
    • Information Security Policy Document - 2:56
    • Management Reviews - 3:19
    • Management Reviews - 1:11
    • Procedures - 5:46
    • Procedures - 2:53
    • Risk Management - Approaches - 4:57
    • Risk Management - 1:32
    • IT Risk Management - Levels - 0:22
    • Topic C: IT Governance & Personnel Management - 0:24
    • IS Management Practices - 4:32
    • Personnel Management - 7:10
    • Sourcing IS Functions - 8:52
    • Insourcing and Outsourcing Strategy - 3:09
    • Insourcing and Outsourcing Strategy - 10:43
    • Change Management - 3:01
    • Change Management - 6:49
    • Organizational Quality Management - 2:34
    • Quality Management - 4:42
    • Organizational Quality Management - 3:20
    • Performance Management - 9:46
    • Organizational Quality Management - 4:08
    • Chapter 2 Review - 4:18
    • Quiz 2
  • Chapter 3 - IS Operations, Maintenance, and Support
    • IS Operations, Maintenance, and Support - 2:35
    • Topic A: Project Management - 0:57
    • Project Management Structure - 10:26
    • Project Management Structure - 9:23
    • Example Organizational Chart - 7:13
    • Practical Project Management - 5:20
    • Practical Project Management – 5 Steps - 3:08
    • Topic B: Software Development and Acquisition - 0:24
    • Business Application Development - 2:59
    • Business Application Development - 1:30
    • Traditional SDLC Approach - 9:07
    • Software Development Risks - 5:32
    • Alternative Development Methods - 1:19
    • Alternative Development Methods - 0:25
    • Agile Development - 5:09
    • Prototyping - 1:22
    • Prototyping - 1:16
    • R.A.D. – Rapid Application Deployment - 1:48
    • R.A.D. – 4 Stages - 1:10
    • Other Alternative Development Methods - 2:03
    • Topic C: Infrastructure Development and Acquisition - 1:02
    • Infrastructure Development and Acquisition - 9:44
    • Analysis of Physical Infrastructures - 2:48
    • 4 Steps to Planning Infrastructure Implementation - 1:38
    • Hardware / Software Acquisition - 9:03
    • Maintaining Information Systems - 1:39
    • Change Management Standards - 0:39
    • Change Management Standards - 0:57
    • Application Controls - 2:10
    • Auditor Tasks - 1:30
    • Input Controls - 2:58
    • Data Validation Checks - 1:32
    • Data Validation Checks - 0:17
    • Output Controls - 2:36
    • Chapter 3 Review - 3:49
    • Quiz 3
  • Chapter 4 - IS Operations and Business Resilience
    • IS Operations and Business Resilience - 1:47
    • Topic A: Networking Models - 0:40
    • Networking Models - 1:07
    • Advantages of Reference Models - 2:14
    • The OSI Model - 0:55
    • Reliability - 0:58
    • Topic B: IS Network Infrastructure - 1:04
    • Network Types - 9:37
    • Network Topology - 11:16
    • VPN Defined - 7:29
    • Wireless Specifications - 5:01
    • Topic C: Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery - 1:27
    • BCP/DR - 2:39
    • Definitions - 5:33
    • BCP/DR - 7 Steps to Recovery - 7:45
    • BCP/DR Incident Classification - 2:16
    • Business Impact Analysis - BIA - 4:50
    • RPO and RTO - 5:08
    • Recovery Strategies - 6:14
    • Topic D: Recovery - 0:08
    • Categories of Recovery Strategies - 5:17
    • Business Recovery - 1:48
    • Facilities, Materials, and Supplies - 5:18
    • Facilities, Materials, and Supplies - 0:50
    • Data Recovery - 4:51
    • Topic E: Disaster Recovery - 0:30
    • Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) Development - 3:12
    • BCP & DR - Teams - 1:56
    • BCP Components - 6:34
    • R.A.I.D. - 4:55
    • Insurance - 1:41
    • Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Testing - 1:22
    • Types of BCP/DR Testing Strategies - 4:24
    • Auditing BCP/DR - 1:33
    • Business Continuity Management (BCM) Institutes and Organizations - 1:16
    • Business Continuity Management (BCM) - 1:04
    • Chapter 4 Review - 1:28
    • Quiz 4
  • Chapter 5 - Protection of Information Assets
    • Protection of Information Assets - 1:16
    • Topic A: Protecting Data - 0:20
    • Key Elements, Roles, and Responsibilities - 2:13
    • Key Elements, Roles, and Responsibilities - 2:46
    • Classifying Information Assets - 2:39
    • System Access Permission - 1:42
    • Topic B: Threats and Vulnerabilities - 0:32
    • 4 Categories of Attacks - 3:53
    • Exposures and Vulnerabilities - 7:57
    • Exposures and Vulnerabilities - 1:08
    • Exposures and Vulnerabilities - 3:08
    • Topic C: Access Controls - 0:47
    • Logical Access Paths - 1:21
    • Identification and Authentication Mechanisms - 7:18
    • Strong Password Policy - 6:07
    • Identification and Authentication Mechanisms - 3:09
    • Authorization - 3:18
    • Dealing with Data - 3:45
    • LAN Security - 1:12
    • Client-Server Security - 5:26
    • Firewall - 3:19
    • Intrusion Prevention Service (IPS) - 1:40
    • Honeypot (HP) - 1:36
    • Topic D: Encryption - 1:04
    • Encryption Mechanisms - 3:57
    • Encryption Mechanisms - 1:47
    • Symmetric vs. Asymmetric - 6:12
    • Topic E: Auditing Practices - 0:13
    • Auditing IS Management Framework - 2:23
    • Auditing Logical Access - 1:39
    • Penetration Testing - 3:59
    • Penetration Testing - 1:21
    • Computer Forensics - 5:20
    • Chapter 5 Review - 1:33
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Project Management with Primavera P6

Quickly Build Project Planning & Scheduling Basics Using Oracle Primavera P6 Professional

By Basharat Bhatti | in Online Courses

This course is for beginners only! For those who quickly want to learn the basic features of the Oracle Primavera P6, and especially useful for the learners who wish to learn the Primavera P6 fundamentals, for building their project schedules smoothly within no time. Oracle Primavera P6 is one of the most robust and widely used Project Management, Scheduling, Planning, and Control tools around the globe. Primavera P6 is a great project management software for managing and controlling projects, activities, issues, resources, etc.

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  • Access 36 lectures & 14 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the basic features of the Oracle Primavera P6
  • Build your project schedules smoothly within no time
  • Create & assign resources
  • Update & maintain schedules
  • Import & export projects
Basharat Bhatti | MSc, PMP, ITIL, CQAP, SCSA
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Basharat Bhatti holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Project Management and has more than 16 years of experience with fortune 500 companies. He has worked on the Telecommunications, IT, and EPC projects, across many countries, and has been consulted mainly for the managed services, startup projects, processes & tools, problem and quality management within the projects. He has deep, broad-based knowledge of quality and process improvement initiatives, root cause analysis, and a good technical understanding of end-to-end Telecom, IT, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and related technology areas.

Certifications
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified ITIL Foundations Professional (ITIL)
  • Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA)
  • Certified Quality Assurance Professional (CQAP)
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB)

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  • Pre-installed Primavera P6 (Ver. 8.3 or higher)

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Welcome to the Primavera P6 course - 3:33
    • Info. for the best learning experience! - 5:24
  • Primavera P6 project management
    • Project management concepts you should know! - 19:56
    • Primavera P6, Key functions and Project Management life cycle - 19:28
    • Learning Primavera P6 core concepts - 28:09
    • Building project schedule - 6:27
  • Navigating Primavera P6 Professional
    • Getting familiar, Primavera P6 look and feel - 21:37
    • Toolbars, projects and activities views - 66:22
    • Getting to know 'File' menu options - 11:00
    • Learning 'Edit' menu options - 11:01
    • Primavera P6 'View' menu commands - 7:12
    • Primavera P6 'Project' menu - 7:14
    • 'Enterprise' menu functions - 10:45
    • Primavera P6 'Tools' menu commands - 10:27
    • Primavera P6 'Admin' menu - 5:25
  • Organizational Breakdown Structure and EPS
    • Learn to Create OBS and the EPS - 17:56
    • Enterprise project structure and WBS defined - 2:01
  • Let's create project Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
    • Creating project and the WBS - 30:28
  • Activities in Primavera P6
    • Creating project activities in Primavera P6 - 34:24
  • Defining Activities relationships and working with activity codes
    • Assigning activities relationships in Oracle Primavera P6 - 58:33
    • Working with Activity Codes - 29:04
  • Calendars in Primavera P6
    • Creating and assigning calendars in Oracle Primavera P6 - 51:11
  • Learning about Constraints
    • Assigning constraints in Primavera P6 Professional software - 28:07
  • Defining Roles and Resources
    • Creating Roles - 16:05
    • Creating resources - 40:50
    • Lets learn to assign resources in Primavera P6 - 37:44
  • Handling cost in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management software
    • Learn to assign activity expenses - 15:18
  • Creating and assigning project Baselines
    • Baselines in Oracle Primavera P6 - 20:53
  • Updating and maintaining project schedule
    • Learning project status update - 48:27
  • Earned Value Management (EVM) and S-Curves
    • EVM in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management software - 52:47
    • Earned value analysis (EVA) using the S-Curves in Primavera P6 - 43:32
  • Risk Management
    • Managing risks using the Primavera P6 Professional - 50:40
  • Project reports in Primavera P6 software
    • Creating project reports - 21:29
    • Printing layouts - 8:09
  • Primavera P6 Professional software not installed ?
    • Downloading Primavera P6 software - 2:59
    • Installing Primavera P6 Professional software - 2:48

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Time Management with Google Calendar

By Mark Lassoff | in Online Courses

Time management is critical for success. Let's face it, you have a lot of demands on your time, and you need to be able to juggle multiple priorities without going crazy trying to keep track of everything. This course will cover the essentials to help you effectively manage your time.

  • Access 21 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Set intentions for your time
  • Prioritize your time
  • Plan for time management success
  • Manage long-term projects & goals
Mark Lassoff | Programming Instructor
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Five years ago Mark parlayed two decades of software development experience into his latest entrepreneurial venture, LearnToProgram Media.

LearnToProgram Media publishes online courses that teach mobile, web, and game development. Over 500,000 people have learned programming from Mark through online classes he has either authored or published. In addition to publishing popular courses and books, LearnToProgram Media operates an internet video network that produces several programs on software development.

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Activity - 0:34
    • Introductory Video - 2:44
  • Setting intentions for your time
    • Activity: Intention-setting and The Un schedule - 1:19
  • Prioritizing your time
    • How to prioritize - 2:08
    • Tips for saying "No" - 1:08
  • Planning for time management success
    • Asking ourselves the right questions when we schedule a new committment - 1:48
    • Timers are your friend - 2:19
  • Managing long-term projects and goals
    • Making your goals SMART - 1:35
    • Breaking down projects into milestones and tasks - 2:08
  • Getting started with calendars and events in Google Calendar
    • Navigating Google Calendar interface - 2:13
    • How to create a new event - 3:30
    • Creating additional calendars - 2:02
    • Setting event notifications - 3:30
  • How to use Tasks in Google Calendar
    • Making a to-do list with Tasks - 2:40
    • Managing projects with Tasks - 2:56
  • Tips for Time Blocking with Google Calendar
    • Managing your day with time blocking - 3:43
    • Time blocking from Tasks - 3:39
    • Set up a daily schedule email - 1:20
  • Protecting your time in Google Calendar
    • Adjust event visibility - 1:44
    • Set working hours and appointment slots - 3:39
  • Conclusion
    • Wrap up and review of key concepts - 1:27

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Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Streamline Your Projects & Solve Your Problems More Effectively and Efficiently

By Six Sigma Academy | in Online Courses

Browse the internet to see how many job vacancies require Lean Six Sigma Green Belt knowledge as a prerequisite. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training and certification course is designed and taught by experienced BKO BKE accredited university lecturers who teach in the Netherlands. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification and training are based on the BKO and BKE standards for Dutch higher education. The certification will reflect those standards, making it a great stepping stone for your career, recognized in all countries based on the experiences of our more than 100,000 students from 163 countries. The teaching style is designed to be clear and easy to understand, whilst providing you with the experience of private tutoring during the Six Sigma Green Belt training and certification course.

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  • Access 50 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn Lean Six Sigma, concepts, tools, & statistics
  • Apply Lean Six Sigma in pretty much any industry you can imagine
  • Run a Lean Six Sigma project like a pro with special attention to practical use
Six Sigma Academy Amsterdam
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Six Sigma Academy Amsterdam started when a number of university lecturers from the Netherlands decided to make expensive Lean Six Sigma education more affordable, practical, time-efficient, and entertaining. All course developers and lecturers involved are Six Sigma Master Black Belts and as such able to train students and future instructors. All the Lean Six Sigma programs offered are accredited based on the Dutch BKO standards and the student experience shows that the degrees are globally accepted and respected.

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  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
    • So what is Six Sigma? - 5:05
    • DMAIC, the backbone of Six Sigma - 5:52
    • Microsoft Excel vs Minitab - 3:40
    • Procedure certification
  • Define phase
    • Define phase intro - 2:10
    • Critical path method part 1 - 3:48
    • Critical path method part 2 - 9:46
    • Critical path method part 3 - 8:50
    • EXERCISE: Critical path method - 1:03
    • VoC and CTQ - 3:36
    • EXERCISE: VoC and CTQ - 4:21
    • Problem definition - 8:52
  • Measure phase
    • Measure phase intro - 4:45
    • QFD intro
    • Quality Function Deployment (QFD) - 15:44
    • Measurement scales - 10:57
    • EXERCISE: Measurement scales - 0:43
    • Central tendency - 12:13
    • Geometric mean with Excel - 7:46
    • EXERCISE: (Geometric) mean with Excel - 2:31
    • Normal distribution - 8:00
    • Standard Deviation Part 1 - 14:46
    • Standard Deviation Part 2 - 12:04
    • Standard Deviation with Excel - 6:15
    • EXERCISE: Standard deviation - 1:47
    • EXERCISE: Standard deviation with Excel - 1:33
    • DPMO and sigma score part 1 - 5:27
    • DPMO and sigma score part 2 - 3:20
    • DPMO and sigma score part 3 - 3:17
    • Sampling - 11:20
    • MSA - 11:08
  • Analyze phase
    • Analyze phase intro - 2:05
    • Correlation - 12:55
    • Correlation with Excel Part 1 - 6:06
    • Correlation with Excel Part 2 - 6:27
    • EXERCISE: Correlation with Excel - 1:19
    • Single OLS regression - 17:55
    • Single OLS regression with Excel - 6:39
    • EXERCISE: Single OLS regression with Excel - 1:15
    • Non-linear regression - 15:35
  • Improve phase
    • Intro Improve phase
    • DOE part 1 - 13:14
    • DOE part 2 - 8:40
    • Intro takt time, cycle time and bottlenecks - 3:27
    • Takt time - 3:16
    • Cycle time and bottlenecks - 6:12
    • Bottleneck solution - 4:10
  • Control phase
    • Control phase intro - 12:06
    • Control charts 1 - 11:06
    • Control charts 2 - 16:40

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Project Management in One Hour

From Initiation to Closing — This Course Teaches the Most Important Concepts and Process of Project Management in Just 1 Hour

By William Stewart | in Online Courses

Complexity is the challenge in project management. Therefore, simplicity and practicality must be the solution. This course covers the most important concepts and processes of the Project Management best practices in one hour. First, an overview of definitions, key concepts, and the formal PMI process is provided. The key elements of the Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control, and Closing stages are described. At the conclusion, you'll understand these processes and stages and be able to execute them in your future projects as a Project Manager.

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  • Access 19 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Understand what project management fundamentally does
  • Learn about the definitions, key concepts & the PMI process
  • Know the 5 stages: Initiating, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control, and Closing
  • Understand the difference between a process, project, & a program
  • Understand the importance of each stage
  • Wrap up your project in an organized fashion
William Stewart PhD, PMP
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William Stewart is a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with more than 25 years of experience using the PMI processes to manage projects from $250K to $55M. He has delivered more than 200 onsite PM courses to more than 2,000 people. He has worked for large corporations, government, academia, and founded a software startup. He has in-depth experience with project management, risk management, systems integration, and software engineering.

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  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: intermediate

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction
  • Overview
    • Overview: Project Definition - 1:26
    • Overview: Program Definition - 2:34
    • Overview: The Five PM Stages - 4:57
    • Overview: The Triple Constraint - 5:29
    • Overview: The Role Of The Project Manager - 2:42
  • Initiating
    • Initiation: The Project Charter - 2:57
  • Planning
    • Planning: One Page Planning Flowchart - 5:03
    • Planning: The Core Project Team (CPT) - 1:16
    • Planning: The Project Management Plan - 5:17
    • Planning: Final Project Plan Review - 2:17
  • Executing
    • Execution: The Purpose Of Execution - 1:53
  • Monitoring & Control
    • Monitoring & Control: The Purpose Of Monitoring And Control - 2:12
    • Monitoring & Control: Monthly Statusing - 2:55
    • Monitoring & Control: One Page Monthly Report - 1:39
    • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Review - 3:22
  • Closing
    • Closing: The Purpose Of Closing - 1:46
    • Closing: The Project Celebration - 1:34
    • Closing: The Project Final Report - 1:57

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Deeply Practical Project Management (Earn 16 PDUs)

Learn How to Implement PMI Project Management Best Practices & Earn 16 PDUs

By William Stewart | in Online Courses

This 8-hour course provides a deeply practical description of how to use the tried and true Project Management Institute (PMI) best practices to manage your projects through every stage of a project management lifecycle. First, it provides an overview of key project management concepts. Then, the project management processes are mapped across a timeline, and you explore the specific actions you need to take and the documentation you need to prepare at each step. The course is end-to-end, comprehensive, divided into more than 200 videos, and easy to understand.

  • Access 207 lectures & 8 hours of content 24/7
  • Efficiently plan your project & know the scope, schedule, budget, and risks before you start
  • Get stakeholder buy-in & senior management support at the beginning of your project, and maintain it throughout
  • Understand the use of software tools to support the processes
  • Understand the role & key skills of a project manager
  • Earn 16 PDUs
William Stewart PhD, PMP
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William Stewart is a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with more than 25 years of experience using the PMI processes to manage projects from $250K to $55M. He has delivered more than 200 onsite PM courses to more than 2,000 people. He has worked for large corporations, government, academia, and founded a software startup. He has in-depth experience with project management, risk management, systems integration, and software engineering.

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Course Outline

  • Downloads and Reporting PDU's
    • Downloads
    • Reporting PDU's To The PMI
  • Overview: Contents
    • Overview: Contents Of Overview Chapter - 1:28
  • Overview: The PMI Framework
    • Overview: The Project Management Institute - 1:56
    • Overview: Project Definition - 1:25
    • Overview: Program Definition - 2:32
    • Overview: The Five PM Stages - 4:57
    • Overview: The PM Knowledge Areas - 0:47
    • Overview: Project Players - 2:29
    • Overview: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Players - 0:46
  • Overview: Techniques & Tools
    • Overview: Two Basic Project Management Techniques - 3:01
    • Overview: Project Management Software Tools - 2:56
  • Overview: Strategic Plan
    • Overview: The Link To The Strategic Plan - 2:10
    • Overview: Exercise: Link To Your Strategic Plan - 0:49
  • Overview: The Triple Constraint
    • Overview: The Triple Constraint - 5:53
  • Overview: Keys To Success
    • Overview: Exercise: Project Success & Failure - 0:23
    • Overview: The Standish Group Chaos Report - 2:19
    • Overview: The Top 3 Drivers Of Project Success - 6:47
  • Overview: The Project Manager
    • Overview: The Role Of The Project Manager - 2:41
    • Overview: Project Manager Requirements - 3:02
    • Overview: Communications Essentials - 6:12
    • Overview: Team Formation - 2:12
    • Overview: Team Foundations - 6:56
    • Overview: Team Dynamics - 7:37
    • Overview: Negotiation Essentials - 4:37
    • Overview: Leadership Essentials - 2:56
    • Overview: Exercise: Your Project Manager Development - 0:36
  • Overview: Chapter Summary
    • Overview: Summary Checklist - 6:15
  • Initiation: Contents
    • Overview: Summary Checklist - 1:49
  • Initiation: Introduction
    • Initiation: The Purpose Of Initiation - 2:54
    • Initiation: The Project Manager Role - 1:40
  • Initiation: The Sponsor & Customer
    • Initiation: The Sponsor & Customer - 1:56
  • Initiation: Stakeholders
    • Initiation: The Project Stakeholders - 2:20
    • Initiation: Stakeholder Analysis - 1:23
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Stakeholders - 0:54
  • Initiation: The First Level Scope
    • Initiation: The Project Objective - 3:54
    • Initiation: Objective Process - 2:44
    • Initiation: Assumptions & Constraints - 2:02
    • Initiation: The Conceptual Solution - 0:59
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Initiation Scope - 0:51
  • Initiation: The Business Case
    • Initiation: The Business Case - 3:12
    • Initiation: The Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) - 3:48
    • Initiation: Examples – Business Case BCR & ROI - 6:13
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Business Case - 0:41
  • Initiation: The Project Manager & Mandate
    • Initiation: The Project Manager & Mandate - 1:42
  • Initiation: The Project Charter
    • Initiation: The Project Charter - 2:55
    • Initiation: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Charter - 0:49
  • Initiation: Chapter Summary
    • Initiation: Summary Checklist - 1:56
  • Planning: Contents
    • Planning: Contents Of Planning Chapter - 3:01
  • Planning: Introduction
    • Planning: The Purpose Of Planning - 1:56
    • Planning: One Page Planning Flowchart - 5:02
    • Planning: The Core Project Team (CPT) - 1:25
    • Planning: Exercise: Gather Your Core Project Team - 0:47
  • Planning: Requirements
    • Planning: From Objective To Requirements - 2:47
    • Planning: Requirements – A Long-Time Challenge - 0:59
    • Planning: Example – Health System - 0:34
    • Planning: Importance Of Requirements - 1:59
    • Planning: Gathering Requirements - 2:14
    • Planning: Requirements Attributes - 3:06
    • Planning: Requirements Key Points - 2:54
    • Planning: Requirements Document & Approval - 2:00
    • Planning: Example – Buying Chairs - 1:32
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Requirements - 1:13
  • Planning: Solution
    • Planning: The Solution Definition - 2:00
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Solution Definition - 0:45
  • Planning: Deliverables
    • Planning: The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - 2:14
    • Planning: Examples – Aircraft, Shed, Supper, Standards, Process - 5:19
    • Planning: WBS Process - 2:15
    • Planning: WBS Key Points - 2:21
    • Planning: WBS Methods - 4:55
    • Planning: When To Break Down Deliverables Further - 6:29
    • Planning: Relationship Of WBS & Requirements - 1:08
    • Planning: The WBS Dictionary - 1:14
    • Planning: Deliverables → Work Packages → Activities - 1:46
    • Planning: WBS Drawing Tools - 0:28
    • Planning: Why Not Use The Gantt Tool For The WBS?
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your WBS - 1:22
  • Planning: Logic
    • Planning: The Precedence Diagram - 1:35
    • Planning: Kinds Of Links, And Leads And Lags - 3:04
    • Planning: Examples – Generic, Shed, Supper, Standards, Process - 5:41
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Process - 3:31
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Patterns - 1:36
    • Planning: Precedence Diagram Drawing Tools - 0:41
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Precedence Diagram - 1:31
    • Planning: Why Not Use The Gantt Tool For The Precedence Diagram?
  • Planning: Estimating
    • Planning: Exercise: The Power Of Estimation - 0:58
    • Planning: Estimating Methods - 3:08
    • Planning: The Statistical Power Of Multiple Estimates - 2:41
    • Planning: Activity Breakdown - 5:39
    • Planning: Factoring For Productivity & Availability - 2:29
    • Planning: An Estimating Spreadsheet - 1:04
    • Planning: PERT & Straight 3-Point Techniques - 5:48
    • Planning: The Delphi Technique - 3:22
    • Planning: Handling Estimating Error - 2:16
    • Planning: Exercise: Estimate Your Project - 0:48
  • Planning: Schedule
    • Planning: The Gantt Chart - 2:45
    • Planning: Example – Gantt Chart - 2:05
    • Planning: The Critical Path - 1:51
    • Planning: Critical Path Process - 3:04
    • Planning: Example – Critical Path Process - 1:11
    • Planning: Example – Forward Pass - 4:17
    • Planning: Example – Backward Pass - 2:58
    • Planning: Example – Critical Path With Float - 3:26
    • Planning: Exercise: Baselining Your Schedule - 1:04
    • Planning: The Schedule Milestones - 1:55
    • Planning: Exercise: Setting Your Milestones - 0:58
  • Planning: Resources
    • Planning: Resource Leveling - 3:00
    • Planning: Resource Planning - 1:44
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Resource Plan - 1:06
  • Planning: Cost
    • Planning: Estimating Cost - 2:01
    • Planning: Cost Breakdown - 0:49
    • Planning: Cost Accounts - 1:39
    • Planning: The Project Cost Baseline - 0:53
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Cost - 0:45
  • Planning: Procurement
    • Planning: Deciding To "Build Or Buy" - 3:15
    • Planning: Procurement Documents - 1:57
    • Planning: Contract Types - 2:54
    • Planning: Selecting The Winner - 2:25
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Procurement Planning - 0:34
  • Planning: Risk
    • Planning: Risk Management - 4:10
    • Planning: Risk Planning - 2:19
    • Planning: Risk Identification - 2:01
    • Planning: Standard Risk Statement Form - 2:49
    • Planning: Risk Qualification - 2:02
    • Planning: Risk Quantification - 2:21
    • Planning: Response Planning - 1:45
    • Planning: Other Risk Elements - 1:37
    • Planning: The Risk Register - 3:30
    • Planning: Critical Chain Management - 2:55
    • Planning: Risk Buffer Allocation - 1:24
    • Planning: The Risk Reserve & Management Reserve - 1:44
    • Planning: Opportunity Risks - 1:43
    • Planning: Opportunity Planning - 1:59
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Risk Budget - 1:10
  • Planning: Communications
    • Planning: Communications Planning - 1:51
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Communications Plan - 0:37
  • Planning: The Project Plan
    • Planning: The Project Management Plan - 5:22
    • Planning: Final Project Plan Review - 2:19
    • Planning: Exercise: Baseline Your Project Plan - 0:45
  • Planning: Chapter Summary
    • Planning: Summary Checklist - 10:27
  • Execution: Contents
    • Execution: Contents Of Execution Chapter - 1:03
  • Execution: Introduction
    • Execution: The Purpose Of Execution - 1:53
  • Execution: The Project Team
    • Execution: Building The Project Team - 3:22
    • Execution: Project Team Key Points - 3:45
    • Execution: Functional Organizations - 0:40
    • Execution: Projectized Organizations - 0:31
    • Execution: Matrix Organizations - 1:17
    • Execution: Management Of Matrix Organizations - 1:38
    • Execution: Matrix Personnel Allocation - 2:20
    • Execution: Delegation - 2:59
    • Execution: Team Motivation - 2:29
    • Execution: Managing People Conflict - 6:12
    • Execution: Exercise: Gather The Project Team - 1:15
  • Execution: Communications
    • Execution: Communication Modes - 2:15
  • Execution: First Steps
    • Execution: Kickoff Meetings - 3:01
    • Execution: Project Requirements Review (PRR) - 2:16
    • Execution: Exercise: Take Project First Steps - 0:44
  • Execution: Design & Build
    • Execution: Design Before Build - 2:10
    • Execution: Exercise: Design & Build Your Project - 0:51
  • Execution: Problem Identification
    • Execution: Finding Root Causes - 1:37
  • Execution: Chapter Summary
    • Execution: Summary Checklist - 4:27
  • Monitoring & Control: Contents
    • Monitoring & Control: Contents Of Monitoring & Control Chapter - 1:24
  • Monitoring & Control: Introduction
    • Monitoring & Control: The Purpose Of Monitoring And Control - 2:21
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Expectations - 2:12
  • Monitoring & Control: The Weekly Heartbeat
    • Monitoring-Weekly Heartbeat-0 - 3:14
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Weekly Meeting - 0:46
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Scope
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Scope Change - 2:18
    • Monitoring & Control: Change Impact Analysis - 1:48
    • Monitoring & Control: Change Approval - 8:23
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Project Change Control - 1:13
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Time
    • Monitoring & Control: Schedule Statusing - 2:59
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Schedule - 2:35
    • Monitoring & Control: Schedule Crashing & Fast-Tracking - 6:24
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Cost
    • Monitoring & Control: Cost Statusing - 1:09
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Cost - 2:39
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Risk
    • Monitoring & Control: Managing Risk - 8:22
  • Monitoring & Control: Earned Value Management (EVM)
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Overview - 2:37
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Metrics - 2:58
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Cost Projections - 2:22
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Schedule Projections - 2:26
    • Monitoring & Control: EVM Meaning - 1:45
    • Monitoring & Control: Example – EVM - 3:27
  • Monitoring & Control: Managing Quality
    • Monitoring & Control: Quality, Deming, And Fit For Purpose - 5:24
    • Monitoring & Control: Peer Reviews - 3:03
    • Monitoring & Control: User Reviews - 2:37
    • Monitoring & Control: User Review Management Tool - 4:59
  • Monitoring & Control: Problem Resolution
    • Monitoring & Control: Solution Options - 2:44
    • Monitoring & Control: Persuasion Techniques - 2:26
  • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Heartbeat
    • Monitoring & Control: Monthly Statusing - 3:02
    • Monitoring & Control: One Page Monthly Report - 1:41
    • Monitoring & Control: The Monthly Review - 3:27
    • Monitoring & Control: Exercise: Organize Your Monthly Review - 1:16
  • Monitoring & Control: Chapter Summary
    • Monitoring & Control: Summary Checklist - 5:46
  • Closing: Contents
    • Closing: Contents Of Closing Chapter - 0:59
  • Closing: Introduction
    • Closing: The Purpose Of Closing - 1:47
  • Closing: Procurement
    • Closing: Contract Closure - 1:56
  • Closing: Acceptance
    • Closing: Change Management - 2:25
    • Closing: Scope Verification - 1:34
    • Closing: Scenario Based Scope Verification - 1:40
    • Closing: Practical Delivery Criteria - 1:55
    • Closing: Transition To Operations - 1:01
    • Closing: Exercise: Close Your Project Scope - 1:09
  • Closing: Lessons Learned
    • Closing: The Lessons Learned Process - 2:21
  • Closing: Team Closure
    • Closing: People Transition - 1:58
    • Closing: The Project Celebration - 1:34
    • Closing: Exercise: Manage Team Closure - 0:48
  • Closing: The Final Report
    • Closing: The Project Final Report - 1:57
    • Closing: Exercise: Finalize Your Final Report - 0:47
  • Closing: Chapter Summary
    • Closing: Summary Checklist - 4:12

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