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Project Management Journey

  1. 1. Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com
  2. 2. Welcome A Project Management Journey Demystifying PRINCE2, PMP, Agile and Scrum and discovering how they’re relevant to your customers! Christine Aykac, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP Solution Leader, Wareness Training & Consulting Yehia Ismail, PMP, Prince2, KT, COBIT5, ITIL Expert Senior Consultant IT Service Management Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 2
  3. 3. “Trying to manage a project without project management… is like trying to play football without a game plan.” — K. Tate Former PMI Board Member Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 3
  4. 4. Agenda Introduction PRINCE2® PMP® PMI-ACP® CSM How Do They Relate? Case Study Q&A Closure Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com
  5. 5. The PRINCE2 Credential •  Global certification in project management •  PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management •  3 levels of certification •  142,000 certifications in 2012 •  Growing annually 8-12% Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 5
  6. 6. Growth Countries PRINCE2 Country India Denmark France South America South Africa Poland North America Czech Republic Germany Australia Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com % growth exams (year over year) 168% 53% 43% 30% 21% 21% 18% 15% 15% 4% 6
  7. 7. The PMP Credential •  Global certification standard in project management •  Based on PMBOK, which is guideline for project managers. •  What skills and competencies a project manager needs to know •  582,224 PMP credential holders •  Yearly 40,000-50,000 new PMPs •  Stable demand Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 7
  8. 8. The PMI-ACP Credential •  Global standard in Agile Project Management Certification •  PMI’s fastest growing credential •  3468 certifications by July 30, 2013 •  Jan-July 2012 vs. Jan-Jul 2013: 177% growth in certifications Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 8
  9. 9. The CSM Credential •  •  •  •  The most recognized global Scrum Certificate Scrum is a simple yet powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change. CSM Exams 51,000 CSM certifications in 2012 300% growth over past 5 years Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 www.itpreneurs.com 9
  10. 10. How Do these Frameworks Relate to Each Other? •  •  •  •  •  PRINCE2 can be used to set the project environment in the company PMBOK Guide defines the collection of knowledge PRINCE2 is a process-driven PM method, which describes what the Project Manager and other major Stakeholders ought to know and ought to do in Projects. Agile and Scrum are used to deliver the project s product. Some Companies – seek to adopt an Hybrid Approach Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 10
  11. 11. How Do these Frameworks Relate to Each Other? • PMBOK® GUIDE Knowledge Area sourc Comparable PRINCE2 Themes Integration Combined Processes and Themes, Change Scope, Time, Cost Plans, Business Case, Progress Quality Quality, Change (Configuration Management) Risk Risk Communications Progress Human Resources Organization Procurement Not Covered Source: http://www.apmg-international.com/nmsruntime/saveasdialog.aspx?lID=2635&sID=7857 Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 11
  12. 12. How Do these Frameworks Relate? PRINCE2   Corporate or Programme   Direction   PMP   Management   Agile   Delivery   Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 12
  13. 13. When to Advise Which Framework? Case Study: Refined Risk Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 13
  14. 14. When to Advise Which Framework? Case Study – Refined Risk •  Client: Real Estate Investment firm •  Two investment companies merged and brand new management brought in •  Client is providing their Subject Matter Expertise •  Vendor: Software Development Firm •  is providing resource to develop the application Both organizations made a decision to develop and implement integrated Risk Management system, which is not available on the market yet! So what is the problem? Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 14
  15. 15. When to Advise Which Framework? Challenges: •  No standard process how to initiate and manage projects •  Roles & responsibilities not clear •  Business requirements are unknown •  Target delivery date is set but how to get there is not clear Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 15
  16. 16. When to Advise Which Framework? Approach: •  Implement Project Management methodologies to address all relevant challenges: •  Train senior management on PRINCE2 to establish the PM framework to adapt •  Train inexperienced PMs / Leads on PMP to build base PM knowledge •  Train experienced PMs on Agile to deliver •  Train Developers / Sys Analyst on SCRUM to execute work packages Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 16
  17. 17. Your Turn. What Would You Advise? Which certification training would you recommend for these scenarios? 1.  Starting a multi-million dollar construction project in New York 2.  Setup a Project Management Office 3.  Individual who wants to learn a new methodology and earn PDUs 4.  System Analyst not sure which certification to get 5.  Software startup company who wants to train their development team Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 17
  18. 18. Questions and Answers Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com
  19. 19. Closure Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 19
  20. 20. Thank You Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com
  21. 21. Yehia Ismail Christine Aykac Martijn Witteman +2 122-394-0175 +1 416-358-4470 +31 614-751-652 Yehia.a.ismail@ gmail.com Christine@ wareness.com martijn.witteman@ itpreneurs.com LinkedIn eg.linkedin.com/ pub/yehia-ismail/ 5/991/838 LinkedIn ca.linkedin.com/ in/christineaykac LinkedIn nl.linkedin.com/in/ martijnwitteman/ Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 21
  22. 22. Copyrights This ppt slide deck is produced for the sole use at the ITpreneurs 2013 Global Partner Summit. This presentation or elements from this presentation may not be used or re-used without permission of ITpreneurs and the author. • Please add the copyright statements of the subjects that you have mentioned in your presentation. Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 22
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  24. 24. Project and Program Management Examples of PRINCE2 Projects •  PRINCE2 can be applied to any project regardless of project scale, type, organization, geography or culture •  Program –  Business transformation •  Daunting Projects –  High risk, cost, importance, visibility, Multiple organizations, Multi-disciplinary (e.g. construction IT and business change) •  Normal Projects –  Medium risk, cost, importance, visibility, Multiple Sites, Commercial customer/supplier relationship •  Simple Projects •  •  Low risk, cost, importance, visibility, Single Organization, single site, Task Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 24
  25. 25. Project and Program Management PRINCE2 Exams Foundation • Multiple choice, 75 questions per paper, 5 questions to be trial and not counted in scores, 35 marks required to pass (out of 70 available) - 50%, 60 minutes duration, Closed book. Practitioner • Objective testing, 8 questions - 10 question items per question, each worth one mark, 44 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) - 55%. Two-and-a-half hours (150 minutes) duration, no additional reading time. Open book exam (official PRINCE2 manual only). Prof. • 2 ½ day residential Assessment Centre. Group activities and exercises. Based on a fictional project case study. Assessment is against 19 individual performance criteria (there is no written examination) Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 25
  26. 26. PRINCE2 Principles Themes Processes • Continued business justification • Learn from experience • Defined roles and responsibilities • Manage by stages • Manage by exception • Focus on products • Tailor to suit the project environment. • Business Case • Organization • Quality • Plans • Risk • Change • Progress • Starting up and Project • Directing a Project • Initiating a Project • Managing a stage Boundary • Controlling a stage • Managing a Product delivery • Closing a Project Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 26
  27. 27. Project and Program Management The PMP Credential –  Duration: Four hours –  Questions: 200 multiple-choice questions. Each question has four answer options. –  Scoring scheme: One point for every correct answer •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Initiating—13 percent Planning—24 percent Executing—30 percent Monitoring and controlling—25 percent Closing—8 percent Total number of scored questions—175 Total number of unscored questions—25 Overall score— Pass or fail –  Format: Online and paper format –  Domain knowledge ranking: Proficient, Moderately Proficient, and Below Proficient –  Contact hours: Thirty five hours formal training with Accredited Training Organization (ATO) –  Personal study hours by PMI: Twelve hours Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 27
  28. 28. Project Management Process Groups Knowledge Areas PMP Knowledge Areas Initiating Integration Human Resources Planning Scope Communications Executing Time Risks Monitoring and Controlling Cost Procurement Closing Quality Stakeholder Management Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 28
  29. 29. Project and Program Management Examples of PMP Projects •  EMC teams with PMI to launch world-class talent development program for project managers globally. EMC, the world s leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions, used PMI s standards to create a professional development program that provided it with a competitive advantage. The program has enabled EMC to deliver consistent, scalable training to its project managers using a globally recognized framework and best practices to align its field offices and headquarters. •  Marriott Bedding Program completes global bedding upgrade with certified project managers. Marriott International, Inc. used a team of PMP®-certified project managers led by a program manager out of Marriott s Lodging Program Management Office (PMO) to upgrade their bedding across 10 Marriott lodging brands in two years. Utilizing several project management techniques, the team completed the conversion of more than 628,000 beds and finished under budget. •  Procter & Gamble upgrades nearly 20-year-old software and work processes Through successful risk management and the creation of technical and project management office (PMO) teams in various regions, global consumer products company Procter & Gamble upgraded a system that serves the heart of the company s US$84 billion business. The project, which was a 2012 PMI Project of the Year Award Finalist, impacted a portfolio of 250,000 products ranging from laundry detergent to pharmaceuticals to snacks. Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 29
  30. 30. Project and Program Management Benefits for Partners •  •  •  •  •  ITpreneurs offers a unique business proposition to our partner organizations, which is to deliver PRINCE2 training courses to their customers. A quick start to PRINCE2. An easy and convenient way to build business in an attractive PRINCE2 market – with significant growth potential. Offer your customers high-quality PRINCE2 eLearning courses – a unique proposition for corporate customers and governmental organizations. Offer your customers your own learning portal with your own branded portal. Include a login page or box on your website so that customers can login to the courses. Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 30
  31. 31. Project and Program Management Benefits for Partners •  A quick start to selling PMP® courses – an easy and convenient way to build a proposition in a market, with continual growth potential. •  Offer your customers high-quality PMP® eLearning courses – a unique proposition for corporate customers and governmental organizations. •  Offer customers your own learning portal with your own branding. •  Include a customer login page or box on your website to login to the courses. •  Free setup and configuration of the Partner Portal (Option 2) - no monthly fees for the first year of use. Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 31
  32. 32. Project and Program Management Benefits For Partners •  Growing market; startup companies and software development teams are key participants •  The CSM course is the first certification in Scrum world; CSPO, CSD, CSP, CSC, CST •  Scrum Alliance approved experienced instructors available •  Leverage the ITpreneurs marketing support Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 32
  33. 33. Project and Program Management Target Audience • Those considering adopting PMP • Project managers • Project team managers and leaders • Project coordinators • Project support staff • Project officers • Consultants and contractors Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 33
  34. 34. Project and Program Management Target Audience •  Project Managers / Team Managers •  Project Coordinators •  Project Support Resources •  Project Officers •  Scrum Masters •  Product Owners •  Professionals working in Agile teams Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 34
  35. 35. Project and Program Management Target Audience •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Scrum Masters Scrum Team Members Product Owners Program Managers Project Managers Team Leaders Software Architects System Analysts Developers CIOs and CTOs Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 35
  36. 36. Project and Program Management The Project Management Institute (PMI) •  The leading non-profit organization that promotes project management worldwide •  Accredits Education Providers •  Membership organization – 700,000 members •  Promotes Project Management Certificates, including –  PMP –  PMI-ACP PMI is a service and trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. which is registered in the United States and other nations. PMP and the PMP logo are certification marks of the Project Management Institute which are registered in the United States and other nations PMBOK" is a trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. which is registered in the United States and other nations. Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 36
  37. 37. Agile Project Management Agile methods promote project management techniques that are very different from that of traditional project management guidelines. Concepts such as: –  Not attempting to finalize the requirements early in the project –  Promoting the incorporation of change requests throughout the lifecycle –  Less emphasis on rigid upfront planning Copyright © 2013 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.itpreneurs.com 37
  38. 38. Project and Program Management Scrum Alliance •  Scrum Alliance is a nonprofit professional membership organization providing Advocacy, Community and Education to encourage and support the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum. •  Scrum Alliance's mission is to increase awareness and understanding of Scrum, provide resources to individuals and organizations using Scrum, and promote the iterative improvement necessary to succeed with Scrum. Copyright © 2012 ITpreneurs. All rights reserved. www.ITpreneurs.com 38
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