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Project Management Partners

Project Scope Management
This course prepares the participants to understand the importance of managing project scope to avoid scope creep. Defining the scope ensures the successful management of other key project management areas, including time, cost, and quality, since it is the foundation upon which the schedule, the budget, the resource plan, and the overall project management plan is prepared.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

4.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 2.00 Leadership 1.00 Strategic 1.00

Project Management Leadership Group, Inc. (PMLG)

Scheduling Fundamentals Refresh - One Day Workshop
For those new to project scheduling or needing a quick refresh, this one-day workshop covers the purpose of project scheduling tools, and the best practices of using a WBS as the foundation for your schedule planning. Following a discussion of correct schedule structure, students will work with the critical path, and crashing and fast tracking before observing a demonstration of the correct use of Microsoft Project for the development and tracking of a schedule. Hints and tips for the set up and use of most common views and filters will also be covered. This is NOT a hands-on class. For that, please see our two-day Microsoft Project class.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 8.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

Seilevel Partners LP

Requirement Definition and Management
This 3-day training course provides you with a firm foundation for developing and managing your requirements. We stress the importance of upfront planning to ensure that your project is clearly defined and that a feasible solution has been identified prior to investing in writing requirements. The training covers how to write good requirements to ensure that the right product is built as well as how to manage requirements throughout the life of the project.  This approach helps project teams deliver a winning product-- one that delivers what is needed, when it is needed, within the projected cost, and with the expected quality.  The savings for doing a project right the first time include avoidance of cost overruns and schedule slips. 
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

24.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 24.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

PMI Dominican Republic Chapter

Speed Mentoring ¨ Aprende y comparte conocimientos a la vez¨
Se  trata de una metodología formativa en la que, en un breve encuentro, el mentor ofrece todo su conocimiento y experiencia a otras personas. Estas citas son muy valiosas en lo que a formación y desarrollo de carrera se refiere.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

1.25 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 1.25 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

Seilevel Partners LP

Requirements Definition
This 2-day seminar begins with a discussion of systems engineering and the role requirements play in the overall systems engineering process. It describes the steps you must take and the information you must obtain before you are truly ready to write requirements.  Exercises are included to allow attendees to get hands-on practice in writing a project scope, developing system concepts, stating the project-level needs, goals, objectives, and constraints of a project, identifying stakeholders and interfaces.  On day two of this seminar, students learn to recognize poor requirements and how to write good requirements.  They will also learn how to use rationale to clarify requirements and to retain information needed to maintain their systems.  Attendees will learn the benefits of developing verification methods and traceability as requirements are written.  They will experience writing and critiquing requirements in team exercises that mimic the real world. 
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 16.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

Netmind, S.L.

Management 3.0 : Agile Management and Leadership
Management 3.0 es una innovadora forma de afrontar el liderazgo y la gestión de equipos y organizaciones. Creada por Jurgen Appelo y plasmada en el libro Management 3.0, se basa en la premisa de que la gestión no es una responsabilidad exclusiva de los directivos, sino un trabajo de todos, y que el liderazgo debería tener como objetivo hacer crecer y transformar organizaciones en un gran lugar para trabajar, donde la gente está involucrada, el trabajo cada día es mejor y los clientes están encantados.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 3.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 3.00

Seilevel Partners LP

Writing Good Requirements
In this class, the focus is on how to write good requirements – the characteristics of good requirements and how to turn bad into good.  It covers how to turn an implementation or operational statement into a requirement.  It covers other data you need, such as rationale, in order to make understanding requirements easier over the project life cycle.  It discusses types of requirements – functional, performance, reliability, etc.  Theory is turned into practice using a set of exercises designed to give participants hands-on practice in identifying common errors in writing requirements.  Students work as teams to determine problems with requirements - terminology, ambiguous terms, stating implementation and operations as opposed to requirements, and level distinctions.  Examples of how to rewrite implementation and operational requirements as verifiable requirements are shown.  Students are given a project scope and operational concepts and then perform a team exercise to define a set of requirements.  Management of data relevant to requirements - rationale, traceability, allocation, and others are discussed.  
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 8.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

PMI Los Angeles Chapter

Implementing Whole Person Care to Help the Sickest, Most Marginalized Angelenos Thrive

Clemens Hong, the Director of Whole Person Care - Los Angeles, will describe implementation of the Whole Person Care Pilot Program in Los Angeles County. This is a 5-year, section 1115 Medicaid Waiver program that brings ~$1.26B to Los Angeles County to build capacity and infrastructure to care for the sickest, most marginalized Medicaid beneficiaries in Los Angeles. 

Dr. Hong will - 

  • provide an overview of the Whole Person Care programs
  • describe challenges and opportunities faced
  • discuss lessons learned review leadership approaches employed
  • describe plans going forward
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

2.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 0.50 Leadership 0.50 Strategic 1.00

Seilevel Partners LP

Requirements Elicitation and Facilitation
This course provides intermediate and advanced business analysts, project managers, and product managers a set of elicitation and facilitation skills fundamental to their roles. The course teaches you where to start with requirements elicitation on a project, including how to build an elicitation plan and individual agendas for elicitation sessions. You will master facilitation techniques for managing and utilizing the room with the goal of keeping stakeholders engaged and effectively eliciting the best possible requirements. The course builds confidence and the skills you need to prepare for sessions, to conduct interviews, to apply models during the elicitation process, and to take effective notes. Finally, the course will teach you about what to do with all the elicitation results to ensure the collected information makes it into the requirements.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

8.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 8.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00

Seilevel Partners LP

Requirements Visualization
 This course provides intermediate and advanced business analysts, project managers, and product managers an incredibly powerful addition to their skill set through requirements visualization. As an extension of Requirements Core Concepts training, it dives deeper into requirements models and when to use them. Visual models help you organize large amounts of complex information to identify gaps in the requirements and out of scope requirements. Understanding how to select models provides you with the ability to communicate with any audience – customers, developers, product managers, and senior management. You will learn to use models together to ensure requirements are complete and consistent.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person

16.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 16.00 Leadership 0.00 Strategic 0.00
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