Of particular importance in discussing R&Rs: Getting the PMI viewpoint versus Intel’s Delineating between Sponsor, Senior Mgmt., and PM roles Much of what is discussed in the slides is merely overview of topics the student should examine in greater detail.
PCM = Project Communications Management
1. 1PMP Study SeriesInstructor TTT00019741 3/26/07
2. 2Welcome/AgendaTime Topic5 Welcome, Agenda Review10 Introductions10 History of program10 Structure Review40 Presentations/Course Overviews5 Materials Access20 Delivery Tips and Techniques10 Instructor Corner10 Q&A; Close
3. 3 Instructor Manager• Instructor recruitment, TTT, coaching Instructors– Name, business unit, site, years as PMPIntroductions
4. 4Program History PMP Study Group formed by several Intel PMPs in2000 with objective to support other Intel PMs inobtaining their PMP certification. Create a learning community in a supportiveenvironment. Each subject’s presentation was created by amember of the PMP team. Updated after PMBOK 3rdedition. One of the instructor team members acted asadministrator. 2003 first year for program to be supported by IU.
5. 5Program Structure - Series 10 Week series, 2 hours/week– Introduction session plus 9 PMBOK knowledge areas– Each presentation has its own course code• Participants enroll in each course using IU reg tool– Introduction session is a strongly recommended for theremaining 9 sessions– PMBOK sessions are in order of PMBOK chapters – except2 of 10-Integration: We decided to move Integration to theend because it encompasses / reviews all of the othersections of the PMBOK.
6. 6Program Structure - Delivery Virtual– Audio bridge number and pass codeThis is a no-tone bridge so that log-in/ drop offsound do not interrupt during the session.– Presentations opened from a PMP StudyProgram web-page• http://intelu.intel.com/ProdSvcs/EmpDev/PMT-PMP– Offering details found at My Learning, viaCircuit
7. 7Program Structure - CourseParameters 2 hours each– Note: history shows instructors often receive questions via e-mail after the close of the session. Capture Q&A to helpbuild an FAQ Participant min/max = 10/45 Two parallel series – 0700-0900 A.M. PT and 1600-1800 P.M. PT– Instructors sign up for either/both as choose– Participants enroll in A.M. or P.M. courses, but can usealternate for a make-up session
8. 8Presentations Created by Intel PMPs Common look, design, and a few common slides,e.g., Administration Unique content “model” is variable, e.g., some havesample questions, some have more referencebeyond PMBOK, etc Instructors notes are included No presentation changes unless both A.M. and P.M.session instructors agree on changes. Deadline tosubmit a revised presentation is 1 week prior to firstsession date of that topic. Example: If Scope session isconducted ww20 (A.M.) and ww21 (P.M.), edited copy must besubmitted to Linda Woodworth by ww19.
9. 9Presentations Accessing Presentations– PMP Study Program web-site:http://intelu.intel.com/ProdSvcs/EmpDev/PMT-PMPS– Instructors – save a copy of your session’spresentation to your own file in case youhave access problems
10. 10Course Overview
11. 111 of 10 Introduction (00019724)Outline Projects, Project Management, the ProjectManagement Institute, and PMP®Certification Intel University’s PMP®Study Program PMI®Project Management Framework PMI®Professional Code of Conduct Please Note:– Is now Strongly Recommended and not aprerequisite
12. 122 of 10 Integration (00019725)Outline What is Project Integration Management andwhat part does the Project Manager play in it? Project development and the Project Plan Common Change Control Concepts Project Integration Management Processes inthe Project Management Lifecycle Study tips for Project Integration Managementon the PMP exam
13. 133 of 10 Scope (00019726) Outline What is Project Scope Management and what partdoes the Project Manager play in it? Project v. Product: Scope & Management Elements of the Project Charter The Work Breakdown Structure Project Scope Management Processes in the ProjectManagement Lifecycle Study tips for Project Scope Management on thePMP exam
14. 144 of 10 Time (00019727) Outline Why Time Management is important to theproject manager The Tools and Methods of ScheduleDevelopment Managing The Schedule Major TM processes in the ProjectManagement Lifecycle Study tips for Time Management on the PMPexam
15. 155 of 10 Cost (00019728) Outline What is Project Cost Management and whatpart does the Project Manager play in it? Earned Value Analysis Important accounting terms Project Cost Management Processes in theProject Management Lifecycle Study tips for Procurement Management onthe PMP®exam
16. 166 of 10 Quality (00019729) Outline What is Project Quality Management andwhat part does the Project Manager play in it? An overview of Quality Methodologies Project v. Process Quality Quality Assurance v. Quality Control in PQM Important Quality Tools Project Quality Management Processes inthe Project Management Lifecycle Study tips for Project Quality Management onthe PMP exam
17. 177 of 10 HR (00019730) Outline Why Human Resource Management isImportant to the PM Roles and Responsibilities in a Project Powers of the Project Manager Leadership Styles Conflict Resolution Techniques Theories of Motivation Major HRM processes in the PM lifecycle– 9.1 - Organizational planning– 9.2 – Staff acquisition– 9.3 – Team development Study tips for HRM on the PMP Exam
18. 188 of 10 Communication (00019731)Outline Defining Project Communications Management andwhy it is vital to the project manager Important Communication models and theories Valuable Communications skills PCM processes in the Project Management Lifecycle Study tips for Project Communications Managementon the PMP exam
19. 199 of 10 Risk (00019732) Outline What is Project Risk Management and whatpart does the Project Manager play in it? Key terminology in Risk Management Important Risk Concepts Vital Risk Management Tools & Techniques Project Risk Management Processes in theProject Management Lifecycle Study tips for Project Risk Management onthe PMP exam
20. 2010 of 10 Procurement (00019733)Outline What is Procurement Management and whatpart does the Project Manager play in it? Contracts and other tools of ProcurementManagement Negotiating Procurement Management processes in theProject Management Lifecycle Study tips for Procurement Management onthe PMP exam
21. 21Instructor Delivery Tips andTechniquesGeneral Skills• Become comfortable with public speaking; take classes; join Toast Masters.• Practice vocal variety. It helps to have a voice to which attendees enjoy listening. Learnto do this by attending classes and/or joining a club (again, like Toast Masters).• Practice. Do a dry run of the complete presentation, using all the technologies required.Facilitation Skills• Attend other virtual classes to observe other skilled facilitators. Take notes.• Check in with your students frequently to make sure they are with you: Can they seeyour current slide? Check for understanding.• If the pace feels sluggish, ask.• If everything feels on target, ask as well!• Recognize your participants.• Be culturally aware and know how to include participants of diverse cultures.(GlobeSmart)Technology Skills• Know your technology well. Learn all the applications features to become completelycomfortable with the application(s).• Have an emergency plan in case technology fails.
23. 23Q&A How will students get credit for the course?IU Credit will be given to all enrollees (notattendees). No need to roll call during the session.Instructor gives credit via My Learning processes. Do I have to take roll/check the roster?NO Who do I contact if there is a problem with thebridge?Phone bridge help desk at 916-377-8987. Who do I contact if I have any questionsYvonne M Martinez (logistics/deployment) – 505-893-3383Linda Woodworth (content) – 480-554-4047