The secret to project management is that there really is no secret. In fact, with so many popular and well-proven methodologies around for shepherding a company’s biggest initiatives from concept to completion, leaders are better served following some battle-testing paths rather than trying to build one of their own.
It’s a lucrative career option for those willing to learn the ropes from the pros. The Complete 2020 PMP Training Bundle includes all the training needed to get familiar with the basics of project management and start carving your way toward becoming your company’s ultimate go-to ace in the hole.
Not only does this 10-course, 150-plus hour package introduces the principles of PMP, Agile, Six Sigma and more, but the training is structured to help students get certified in each of those varied disciplines.
That includes PMP certification from the world-acknowledged authority in the subject, the Project Management Institute (PMI). A pair of courses unlock industry standards found in the Project Management Body of Knowledge, the PMBOK, around scheduling, costs, resource allocation and other major areas any good PM has to know.
Meanwhile, four more courses tackle the popular Agile and Agile Scrum approaches, which rely heavily on the teamwork, self-organization and accountability of team members. Finally, the Six Sigma methodology is the subject of an additional two courses dedicated to a process that values streamlining variation and cutting down on errors to keep a project focused and on track.
Finally, students will also be introduced to ITIL, the well-used IT framework of best practices for making IT issues more manageable and responsive to a company and a customer’s needs.
This expansive collection is a $1,000 value, but with this current discount, the whole package is available now for only $59.99.
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