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1 6/12/20151 Project Management Certification (PMC) Program Thomas King, MS ITPM, PMP, CAPM, ITIL July 2011

2 6/12/20152 Agenda 1.Project Management Institute (PMI) and Pennsylvania State University.  Penn State University is a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) 2.Overview of Penn State York’s: Project Management Certificate (PMC) Program.  PJMGT 5000:Project Initiation and Planning (7wks)  PJMGT 5001:Project Scheduling and Integration (7wks)  PJMGT 5002:Project Costs and Control (7wks)  PJMGT 5003:Project Risk and Change Management (7wks) 3.Closing

3 Project Management Institute (PMI): Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) is the preeminent global standard framework for project management. 1.PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than half a million members and credential holders in 185 countries. 2.PMI’s standards and credentials are globally-recognized. 3.Certifications offered by PMI: –Project Management Professional (PMP) ®Project Management Professional (PMP) ® –Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) ®Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) ® –Program Management Professional (PgMP) ®Program Management Professional (PgMP) ® –PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) ®PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) ® –PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) ® www.pmi.orgPMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) ® 6/12/20153

4 Project Success Rates reported by Standish Group: 1.Project Management expertise has improved, however, more certified project managers are needed in business and industry. 2.Project success rates are improving at about 1.7 percentage points a year. 3.If the current improvement rate continues, we should achieve a 50 percent success rate in the year 2014. 6/12/20154

5 Pennsylvania State University: Project Management Certification Program (PMC) Project Management Market Demand: 1.Fewer than 25% of Management staff received formal education in Project Management. 2.Industry professionals are preparing themselves for increasing opportunities and professional growth in Project Management. 3.Demand for Project Managers in Business and industry is growing at a rapid pace. 4.Business’s strategic goals are to be viable in markets by providing products and services to customers. 5.Managing projects successfully provides this value to customers. 6/12/20155

6 Pennsylvania State University: Project Management Certification Program (PMC) Services Delivered: 1.The PMC Program will introduce you to Project Management process groups and knowledge areas. 2.You will learn common methodologies to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control projects and closeout successfully. 3.You will learn tools and techniques enhancing your skills and abilities increasing your marketability in today’s competitive job market. 4.The PMC Program will provide you with practical experience building skills to achieve success in your career. 6/12/20156

7 Pennsylvania State University: Project Management Certification Program (PMC) Value Achieved: 1.You will earn your Project Management Certification from The Pennsylvania State University. 2.You will gain project management knowledge and experience distinguishing you among your peers. 3.You will earn the educational credits required to apply for Project Management Institute’s Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) certifications and/or Project Management Professional (PMP). 4. If you have a PMI credential you will earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) for recertification. 6/12/20157

8 Pennsylvania State University: Project Management Certification Program (PMC) The following industries were represented by students who have successfully completed the Spring 2011 Penn State PMC program: 1.Baltimore Gas and Electric Utilities, Maryland 2.Engineering and Manufacturing, Pennsylvania 3.Commercial Construction, Pennsylvania and Maryland 4.Health Care Industry, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia 5.Sole Proprietorships Pennsylvania and Maryland 6.Information Technology, Global Corporation 7.City of York, Pennsylvania 8.Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 6/12/20158

9 9 Project Management is Process Based. Project Process Groups  Initiation  Inputs  Tools and Techniques  Outputs (to the next process)  Planning  Executing  Monitoring and Controlling  Closeout Processes are sets of coordinated activities that combine and consume resources and capabilities to produce an outcome, which creates value for a business, customer and or stakeholder.

10 6/12/201510 Project Management Knowledge Areas  Integration Management- Project Life Cycle  Scope Management- Project and Product Scope  Time Management- Activity Duration  Cost Management- Project Budgets and Costs  Quality Management- Quality Assurance, Control  Human Resource Management - Project Team (Matrix)  Risk Management- Identification, Mitigation  Communications Management- Project Status and Progress  Procurement Management- Contract Management Triple Constraint: Cost, Time, Scope (Quality)

11 6/12/201511 ExampleExample ( Process Groups, Knowledge Areas, Inputs, Tools and Techniques, Outputs) 1.Initiation  Business Need- Business Customer  Charter/Scope- Project Manager 2.Planning  Requirements: Traceability Matrix- Business Analyst (Project Team)  Schedule - Project Manager  Cost – resources - Project Manager  Risk Matrix - Project Manager  Software Quality Assurance - Project Manager  Communications Matrix - Project Manager  Issues Log - Project Manager 3.Execution, Monitoring and Controlling  General System Design - Business Analyst (Project Team)  Detailed System Design - App Development (Project Team)  Systems Development Life cycle (SDLC) - App Development (Project Team)  Implementation Plan - Project Manager  Production Implementation Go/Fallback - Business Customer 4.Closeout  Customer Acceptance/Signoff- Business Customer /Project Mgr

12 6/12/201512 Project Initiation and Planning: PJMGT 5000 Student Learning Objectives: 1.Introduction to Project Management 2.Role of a Project Manager 3.Build Project Team Communications Leadership 4.Project Charter 5.Project Management Plan and supplemental plans 6.Project Scope Teams’ Project Deliverables: Updates to Project Teams’ Project Management Plan and Presentations

13 6/12/201513 Project Scheduling and Integration: PJMGT 5001 Student Learning Objectives: 1.Creation of the Project Work Breakdown Structure 2.Task Sequencing 3.Project Schedule  Project Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT)  Critical Path Method (CPM) 4.Project Integration Teams’ Project Deliverables : Updates to Project Teams’ Project Management Plan and Presentations

14 6/12/201514 Project Costs and Control: PJMGT 5002 Student Learning Objectives: 1.Procurement Planning Discuss procurement vehicles Statements of Work, Contracts (Firm Fixed Price, Cost Plus Incentive, Time and Materials), Requests for Quotes and Request for Proposals. 2.Cost Estimating Cost estimates based on work breakdown structure and work packages. Budget estimates Definitive project cost estimate. 3.Project Control Mechanisms to Collect project data, metrics, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and make informed decisions to complete projects within the Triple Constraint. Teams’ Project Deliverables : Updates to Project Teams’ Project Management Plan and Presentations

15 6/12/201515 Project Risk and Change Management: PJMGT 5003 Student Learning Objectives: 1.Risk Management Risk Management Planning, Risk Identification, Risk Qualification, Risk Quantification, Risk Response plan, Risk Monitoring and Controlling 2.Change Management Integrated Change Management 3.Quality Management Plan Quality, Perform Quality Assurance, Perform Quality Control 4.Project Management Institutes – Code of Ethics Teams’ Project Deliverables : Final Project Teams’ Project Management Plan and Presentations

16 6/12/201516 Course Structure 1. Meeting Agendas Course Materials include: 1.Project Management Body of Knowledge - The PMBOK ® Guide 2.Educational texts that provide in-depth explanations of project management concepts and knowledge areas. 3. Supplemental materials used to re-enforce practical use of project management tools and techniques.

17 We at Pennsylvania State University invite you to attend the Project management Certification Program (PMC). Critical Success Factors of our PMC program: 1.Provide students with the knowledge and educational foundation advancing toward earning one or more Project Management Institute certification(s). 2.Prepare students to understand and implement project management in business and industry. 3.Alignment with the Project Management, Communities of Practice. Fewer than 25% of IT staff have been formally and effectively schooled and educated in project management. Penn State University is a Registered Education Provider by the Project Management Institute. 6/12/201517

18 References: 1.A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fourth Edition, Project Management Institute 2. 3. 4.ITIL, Office of Government Commerce, UK 5. 6. 6/12/201518

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