The course provides knowledge of the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard and the skills to use it to organize a project management system in organizations. The training covers the main sections of the project management framework, key domains, tasks, processes and features associated with Agile and DevOps culture, as well as intersections with ITIL v.4. Particular attention is paid to critical practices, cultural and transformational challenges. Students will work with cases and templates, group exercises and practical tasks.
The course tells about new features in the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard and its significant differences compared to previous versions. Students will learn how to actively use Agile methodologies, as well as how to use the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard to deeply understand the maturity level of a project management system, and how to use it to standardize and audit existing project management approaches in various large and small companies.
The course will form an understanding of such important aspects of modern project management:
- How to work effectively with people involved in the project, directly or indirectly interested in its results;
- How to achieve three times bigger productivity without a project manager;
- How to use more effectively the combination of the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard and other alternative methodologies;
- How to understand the mindset of managers in other companies;
- How to move from knowledge of methodology to direct changes.
Independent practical work is very important for mastering this course. At the request of the course participants, after its completion, the instructor will form personal tasks for each student. They will develop and present a personal project of the development strategy of the organization.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- gain knowledge and skills of an effective manager;
- study the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard;
- implement the PMI PMBOK v.7 standard for project management in organizations.
The course is intended for project managers, managers of project office, it will also be useful for heads of functional units, group leaders and other professionals interested in management methodologies.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- The content of the course is based on the PMBOK v.7.
- Key principles, domains, models and artifacts are considered.
- Particular attention is paid to critical practices, cultural and transformational challenges.
- experience in participating in project activities;
- project management experience in companies.
- The place of project management methodologies in the corporate management landscape
- Connection of project management methodologies with other practices and frameworks
- Design and operational activity
- Programs and portfolios of projects. Project office and corporate standard
- Trends and accents in the context of Agile, DevOps culture
- Difference between PMBOK 6 and PMBOK 7 frameworks
- Value delivery system
- Components of value delivery, information flows
- Project-related functions
- Project environment
- Relationship of project activity with the life cycle of products and organizations
- Principles of project management
- Core Values and 12 Principles
- Responsible and caring management
- Creating an environment for the team
- Interested party involvement
- Focusing on value
- Systems thinking
- Contextual adaptation
- Insurance of quality in processes and results
- Ability to work in difficult conditions
- Optimizing response to risks
- Adaptability and resilience
- Contribute to change and development
- Project execution domains
- Execution domain "Interested party"
- Execution domain "Team"
- Execution domain "Approach to development and life cycle"
- Execution domain "Planning"
- Execution domain "Project work"
- Execution domain "Delivery"
- Execution domain "Measurement"
- Execution domain "Uncertainty"
- What and why to adapt
- Adaptation of processes for the selected life cycle and development approaches
- Engagement adaptation. Adaptation of tools, methods and artifacts
- Steps of the adaptation process
- Models, methods and artifacts
- Situational leadership models. Communication models. Change models
- Complexity models. Project team development models. Other models
- Common methods: Collection and analysis of data. Grade. Meetings
- Common Artifacts: Strategy Artifacts, Logs and registries, Plans, Hierarchical Diagrams, Visual Data and information, Reports, Agreements and Contracts. Artifacts applicable in execution domains
- Using the digital resource PMIstandards+ (https://standardsplus.pmi.org)