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Managing Small Projects

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC18

Learn Project Management Institute tools, templates and techniques to manage your small projects effectively. Whether you are an experienced project manager or new to managing small projects, you will learn practical skills that you can put to work immediately. Class focuses on projects that are one to six-months long for a single business unit with up to ten team members. Recommended textbook: Sandra Rowe, Project Management for Small Projects, ISBN-13: 978-1567261851

PDUs

PMP6.00 PDUs
5.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PgMP6.00 PDUs
5.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PMI-RMP6.00 PDUs
5.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PMI-SP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PMI-ACP6.00 PDUs
5.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PfMP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
PMI-PBA1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.50 Leadership
0.50 Strategic
Sessions

Microsoft Project for Project Managers

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC21

This course is designed to help you to use both the beginning and intermediate functionality of Project 2010 as a tool to manage projects. You will learn how to get started with Project; work with both PERT and GANTT charts; create a task list and organize them in a work breakdown structure; set up resources and assign those resources to tasks; format and print your plan and reports; track progress on tasks; import tasks from MS Excel; fine-tune your project; and finalize the project to implement the project plan. You will also create your own personal project of your choice. Prerequisite: Good working knowledge of Windows, Word and Excel highly recommended. This course is based on MS Office Project 2010 Step by Step by Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson. This 560-page workbook($30 value) is included.

PDUs

PMP15.00 PDUs
15.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP15.00 PDUs
15.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

Virtual Teams-Managing Projects Today

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC23

(0.60 CEUs) Learn practical tools and techniques for managing projects in todays global environment. Through case study analysis of real-life scenarios, identify common challenges and pitfalls of virtual teams and how to navigate them to ensure project success.

PDUs

PMP6.00 PDUs
3.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PgMP6.00 PDUs
3.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP3.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PMI-SP3.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP3.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PfMP3.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA3.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
2.00 Leadership
1.00 Strategic
Sessions

Project Requirements Management

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC24

Defining and Managing Project Requirements. Inadequate processes for requirements definition and management are a leading cause of project failure. Learn critical concepts, skills and tools a Project Manager needs to gather requirements from project stakeholders. Learn how to successfully define and manage the project scope. You will also learn how to avoid common pitfalls of requirements definition and management. Required text: Unearthing Business Requirements: Elicitation Tools and Techniques, 2008,by Rosemary Hosenlopp and Kathleen Hass

PDUs

PMP9.00 PDUs
8.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP9.00 PDUs
8.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA1.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
1.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

High Performance Management Essentials

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC28

Learn how to manage in todays competitive global environment. From problem definition to developing a plan of action, explore best practice approaches to decision making, time management, project success, managing risk and opportunity, competitive advantage, team management, compliance, diversity and fitting it all together to achieve organizational goals. Required textbook: The Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence Handbook, third edition, ISBN 978-0-87389-678-8. Books can be ordered through American Society for Quality www.asq.org or call 800-248-1946.

PDUs

PMP15.00 PDUs
3.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PgMP15.00 PDUs
3.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP12.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PMI-SP12.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP12.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PfMP12.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA12.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
6.00 Strategic
Sessions

Managing Priorities and Time

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC29

What do high performing employees do to achieve work and personal goals under the pressure of competing priorities and time constraints? Learn how to define your development path, set and prioritize personal and professional goals, manage stress, and utilize time management tools and techniques to dramatically improve your efficiency. Participants will implement a personal action plan for workplace success and career advancement.

PDUs

PMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

Project Risk Management Essentials

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC31

All projects involve risk. Learning and understanding basic Project Risk Management can lessen risk exposure, reduce costs and improve project outcomes. Aligned with the PMBOK, this course gives students an in-depth look at the process of identifying and applying risk management principles and techniques to projects. Students will learn to quantify risks and create risk response strategies to deliver projects that meet stakeholder expectations. Emphasis is placed upon techniques that are widely applicable in project management environments. Prerequisite: PM Essentials course or concurrent enrollment.

PDUs

PMP9.00 PDUs
9.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP9.00 PDUs
9.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP9.00 PDUs
9.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

Team Collaboration

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC32

Learn and employ the principles of successful teamwork and high performance teams. Learn attributes of successful team members and leaders and how to address common obstacles to success, including communication, poor performing team members, interpersonal challenges, and lack of focus on results. Participants will implement a teamwork action plan for workplace success and career advancement.

PDUs

PMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA6.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
6.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

Agile Project Management

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC19

Learn how Agile compares to classic methods in project management and how it can help with changing requirements, shifted deadlines or other major project issues. If you are new to Agile you will learn how to apply fundamental techniques. For those already versed in Agile, we'll provide best practices, tools, and discussions on how companies are using Agile. Topics: iterative delivery of value, anticipating change, reducing project risk, and maintaining focus on priorities. Recommended prerequisite knowledge: Experience with software projects and basic computer literacy.

PDUs

PMP6.00 PDUs
6.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP6.00 PDUs
6.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP6.00 PDUs
6.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP6.00 PDUs
6.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions

Lean Practices Overview

by Everett Community College

Activity ID

CCEC36

Gain a basic understanding of Lean principles, and how they are applied to the workplace. Study the systematic management approach designed to improve the production process, and enhance the method of providing a product or service to a customer in the shortest time at the lowest cost. Explore how to reduce or eliminate the eight types of waste, which commonly account for 95 percent of the total process time. Learn Lean tools such as: Just in time, Kanban, Standard Work, 5s and 5 Whys. Class is taught by a Six Sigma Black Belt instructor.

PDUs

PMP3.50 PDUs
3.50 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PgMP3.50 PDUs
3.50 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-RMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-SP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-ACP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PfMP0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
PMI-PBA0.00 PDUs
0.00 Technical
0.00 Leadership
0.00 Strategic
Sessions
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