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*PDU PowerPack™ Videos – Technical Project Management


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PDU PowerPack Videos provide instantly accessible training to keep your skills current, and the PDUs you need to maintain your credential with the Project Management Institute (PMI®).

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10 videos facilitated by experienced IIL trainers and subject matter experts, plus interactive knowledge checks to reinforce what you’ve learned.

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From IT to All of It - Laila Faridoon

This video shares the success story of departmental and enterprise-level Project Management Offices (PMOs). The speaker describes how establishing a PMO at the departmental level (IT) helped her successfully establish an Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) in a large government organization.

6 Steps in Developing a Governance Model for Strategic Portfolio Management - J. LeRoy Ward

The governance model is the “engine room” of successful portfolio management. This informative session identifies and provides guidance on answering the six key questions you need to ask in order to develop a pragmatic governance model for your organization.

The Underlying Principles of Managing Successful Programmes® and PRINCE2® that Lead to Successful Projects and Programmes – Steve Moran

MSP® and PRINCE2® have been developed over the years through ongoing processes of reviewing projects and programmes from every sector, and of every size and type. This video defines best practice principles that will empower you and your teams to influence and shape endeavours towards ultimate success.

Planning & Estimating Within Scrum Projects – Wolfgang Wendl

A lack of planning is a common misconception about agile methods. In this session, you will learn about the three levels of planning in agile methods, different estimation approaches, and techniques for tracking your projects.

Project Management for Future Generations - Mark Reeson

The growth of the project management industry over the past ten years has led to over 40% of developed countries’ GDP being spent on new changes and deliveries. The pool of successful project managers has become smaller, and so a concept has gathered momentum: Introducing PM to students at an earlier age to allow them to better understand the importance of the behaviour and ethics needed for their own future careers.

Use SharePoint 2010 as More than Just a Document Repository to Effectively Manage Projects -Keith Wilson

Have you implemented Microsoft SharePoint 2010, but are just using it as a document repository? This video provides tips and tricks to leverage SharePoint for planning, communicating, and collaborating as a project team.

Managing & Mitigating IT Risk through Best Practices in Service Management -Ajay Kumar D
This video takes a look at a "coordinated risk assessment" exercise to analyze, assess, and mitigate risks.  It brings together a confluence of risk management and IT service management to create a singular, robust risk management process.

Managing Portfolios, The Most Broken Function in Business - Guy Grindborg

Organizations need to better control their projects and programs, both current and oncoming. This session outlines five steps in defining a portfolio and connects this to project and program lifecycle management.

Project Complexity and Innovation - Scott Fass

Working in complex project environments can be challenging, but innovation channels and approaches can help you achieve greater alignment with organizational strategy and higher probability of project and program success. This video will give you an understanding of complexity attributes and solutions to address complexity in project environments.

Establishing an Enterprise PMO - Teresa A. Knudson

Creating a PMO is difficult, but there are special approaches you can use to successfully establish a structure for project, program and portfolio management (PPM) at an enterprise level. This session provides frameworks and lessons learned that will guide you in creating an enterprise PPM function within your organization.

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“The best aspect of this course for me is that I can take them on my availability. I was able to navigate easily through the materials and it’s good to be applied to my job. I would strongly recommend this course if you are interested in learning more insights about Project Management.” -Claudia Nunez, Customer Delivery at MasterCard Mexico




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