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PMP Preparation Course 6th Edition includes 42 PDUs – Arabic

PMP Preparation Course By Process Groups Based on PMBOK 6 Edition 2020- Arabic
Instructor:
Waleed Elbasyouni
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Describe and understand all Project Management processes, as outlined in the PMI® PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition.
Gain the all must necessary information to prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam.
Describe Project Management Principles and Techniques and how they apply to the day-to-day in the real and logical sequence of any project management of projects and operations.
Understand the Eligibility Requirements and the nature of the PMP® exam.
Understand the Exam Strategies and Know where to Focus while Preparing for the Exam and how to collect some tricks on the exam.

PMP  Preparation Course By Process Groups According to PMBOK Sixth Edition – Last update Jan.2020

In This Course, we will Study 49 processes of Project Management in 5 Processes Groups with 100 Practical Q&A.

  • A Project Management Process Group is a logical grouping of project management processes to achieve specific project objectives. 

  • Process Groups are independent of project phases. 

  • Project management processes are grouped into the following five Project Management Process Groups:

  1. Initiating Process Group. Those processes performed to define a new project or a new phase of an existing project by obtaining authorization to start the project or phase.

  2. Planning Process Group. Those processes required to establish the scope of the project, refine the objectives and define the course of action required to attain the objectives that the project was undertaken to achieve.

  3. Executing Process Group. Those processes performed to complete the work defined in the project management plan to satisfy the project requirements.

  4. Monitoring and Controlling Process Group. Those processes required to track, review, and regulate the progress and performance of the project; identify any areas in which changes to the plan are required, and initiate the corresponding changes.

  5. Closing Process Group. Those processes performed to formally complete or close the project, phase, or contract.

Introduction & Study Plan

1
BIO

Instructor BIO 

2
lec .0 Project Management introduction

1.Course And Exam Requirements?

2.What is the Best Manner Of Study in this Course?

3.Who Is The Target Audience?

4.Why We Need Study PMP® By Process Groups ?

5.After We Completed This Course, What Will We Learn?

6.What`s New In PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition ?

7.Course Contents

3
PMP Study Plan 2018

Project Management Framework

1
lec .1 Course Contents & Agenda 1_1

1.OVERVIEW AND PURPOSE

2.FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS

3.PMBOK 6TH  STRUCTURE

2
lec .1 PM fundamental element 1_2
3
lec .1 Project Definitions 1_3
4
lec .1 The Importance of Project Management 1_4
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lec .1 project program and portfolio management 1_5
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lec .1 Project & Development life cycle 1_6
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lec .2 Project Management Data and Information Flow 2_1

1.Project Management Data and Information Flow

2.Tailoring

3.Project Management Business Documents

4.The Environment In Which Projects Operate

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lec .2 Tailoring 2_2
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lec .2 Project Management business documents 2_3
10
lec .2 project Success Measures 2_4
11
lec .2 enterprise environmental factors & organizational process assets 2_5
12
lec .3 Organizational Structure 3_1

1.ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS

2.PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE

3.PROJECT CONSTRAINTS

4.PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS

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lec .3 Project Management Office (PMO) 3_2
14
lec .3 Project Constraints 3_3
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lec .3 Project Stakeholders 3_4

Role Of The Project Manager

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lec .4 Project Manager & orchestra conductor 4_1

1.WHAT IS THE PROJECT MANAGER DEFINITION?

2.PROJECT MANAGER AND ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR

3.THE PROJECT MANAGER’S SPHERE OF INFLUENCE

4.PROJECT MANAGER COMPETENCES (The PMI Talent Triangle)

2
lec .4 Project Managers Sphere of influence 4_2
3
lec .4 PMI Talent Triangle 4_3
4
lec .5 Leadership and Management

1.Comparison Of Leadership And Management

2.Leadership Styles

3.Personality

4.The Project Manager And Performing Integration

5
Frame work & Project Manager Role Q&A

Knowledge Area Key Concepts & Overview

1
lec .6 Integration Management Knowledge Area Overview 6_1

Integration Management

•Overview

•Key Concepts

•Trends and Emerging Practices

•Tailoring Considerations

•Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environments

2
lec .6 Scope Management Knowledge Area Overview 6_2

Scope Management

•Overview

•Key Concepts

•Trends and Emerging Practices

•Tailoring Considerations

•Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environments

3
lec .7 Schedule Management Knowledge Area Overview 7_1

Project Schedule Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
4
lec .7 Cost Management Knowledge Area Overview 7_2

Project Cost Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
5
lec .8 Quality Management Knowledge Area Overview 8_1

Project Quality Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
6
lec .8 Resource Management Knowledge Area Overview 8_2

Project Resource Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
7
lec .9 Communications Management Knowledge Area Overview 9_1

Project Communications Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
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lec .9 Risk Management Knowledge Area Overview 9_2

Project Risk Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
9
lec .10 Procurement Management Knowledge Area Overview 10_1

Project Procurement Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
10
lec .10 stakeholder Management Knowledge Area Overview 10_2

Project stakeholder Management

  • Overview
  • Key Concepts
  • Trends and Emerging Practices
  • Tailoring Considerations
  • Considerations For Agile/Adaptive Environment
11
Knowledge Areas Q&A

Initiating Process Group

1
lec. 11_1 Initiating (Develop Project Charter)
2
lec. 11_2 Initiating (Identify Stakeholders)
3
Initiating Process Group Q&A

Planning Process Group

1
Lec 12_1 Planning (Develop Project Management Plan)
2
Lec 12_2 Planning (Plan Scope Management)
3
Lec 12_3 Planning (Collect Requirements)
4
Lec 12_4 Planning (Define Scope)
5
Lec. 12_5 Planning (Create WBS)
6
Lec. 13_1 Planning (Plan Schedule Management )
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Lec. 13_2 Planning (Define Activities)
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Lec. 13_3 Planning (Sequence Activities)
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Lec. 13_4 Planning (Estimate Activity Duration )
10
Lec. 13_5 Planning (Develop Schedule)
11
Lec. 14_1 Planning (Plan Resource Management)
12
Lec. 14_2 Planning (Estimate Activity Resources)
13
Lec. 14_3 Planning (Plan Cost Management)
14
lec. 14_4 Planning (Estimate Costs)
15
Lec. 14_5 Planning (Determine Budget)
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Lec.15_1 Planning (Plan Quality Management)
17
Lec. 15_2 Planning (Plan Communications Management)
18
Lec. 15_3 Planning (Plan Procurement Management)
19
Lec. 15_4 Planning (Plan Stakeholder Engagement)
20
Lec. 16_1 Planning (Plan Risk Management)
21
Lec. 16_2 Planning (Identify Risks)
22
Lec. 16_3 Planning (Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis)
23
Lec. 16_4 Planning (Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis)
24
Lec. 16_5 Planning (Plan Risk Responses)
25
Planning Q&A

PM PROCESS GROUPS (Planning Process Group) Q&A

Executing Process Group

1
Lec. 17_1 Executing (Acquire Resources)
2
Lec. 17_2 Executing (Develop Team)
3
Lec. 17_3 Executing (Manage Team)
4
Lec. 18_1 Executing (Conduct Procurement)
5
Lec. 18_2 Executing (Manage Quality)
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Lec. 18_3 Executing (Manage Communications)
7
Lec. 18_4 Executing (Manage Stakeholder Engagement)
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Lec. 19_1 Executing (Implement Risk Responses)
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Lec. 19_2 Executing (Manage Project Knowledge)
10
Lec. 19_3 Executing (Direct and Manage Project Work)
11
Executing Q&A

EXECUTING PROCESS GROUP

The Executing Process Group consists of those processes performed to complete the work defined in the project
management plan to satisfy the project requirements. This Process Group involves coordinating resources, managing
stakeholder engagement, and integrating and performing the activities of the project in accordance with the project
management plan.


Mon. & Cont. Process Group

1
Lec. 20_1 Mon. & Cont. (Control Quality)
2
Lec. 20_2 Mon. & Cont. (Validate Scope)
3
Lec. 20_3 Mon. & Cont. (Control Scope)
4
Lec. 21_1 Mon. & Cont. (Control schedule)
5
Lec. 21_2 Mon. & Cont. (Control Costs)
6
Lec. 21_3 Mon. & Cont. (Control Resources)
7
Lec. 22_1 Mon. & Cont. (Monitor Communications)
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Lec. 22_2 Mon. & Cont. (Monitor Risks)
9
Lec. 22_3 Mon. & Cont. (Control Procurement)
10
Lec. 22_4 Mon. & Cont. (Monitor Stakeholder Engagement)
11
Lec. 23_1 Mon. & Cont. (Monitor and Control Project Work)
12
Lec. 23_2 Mon. & Cont. (Perform Integrated Change Control)
13
Monitoring & Controlling Q&A

The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group consists of those processes required to track, review, and regulate the progress and performance of the project; identify any areas in which changes to the plan are required; and initiate the corresponding changes. Monitoring is collecting project performance data, producing performance measures, and reporting and disseminating performance information. Controlling is comparing actual performance with planned performance, analyzing variances, assessing trends to effect process improvements, evaluating possible alternatives, and recommending appropriate corrective action as needed. The key benefit of this Process Group is that project performance is measured and analyzed at regular intervals, appropriate events, or when exception conditions occur in order to identify and correct variances from the project management plan.

Closing Process Group

1
Lec. 24 Closing (Close Project or Phase)
2
Closing Q&A

Closing Process Group

The process(es) performed to formally complete or close a project, phase, or contract.

Final Review, Course Material, Exam Tricks, Tips and Strategies

1
Lec.25 PMP Exam Questions Types and strategies
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Lec.26 Final Review, Course Material, Exam Tricks, Tips and Strategies
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