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Executive Master in Project Management. OdPE - Univ. Valencia - Microsoft - CIP (Ingles)

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    • Code: 8121060 EXECUTIVE MASTER IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT EMPM with Microsoft 1st Edition International Distance Learning University Semi-face training · 87 European Credits (SETC) Price: 9,500 Euros · Duration: 18 months Self Degree of the Universidad de Valencia (Spain) Official Languages: English and Spanish
    • The Executive Master in Project Management with Microsoft (EMPM) of the Universidad de Valencia is a learning online product based on blended learning which develops the International Passport of the Project Manager®. It’s the learning itinerary a professio- nal must know to become a certified project manager by the professional associations in project management and by Microsoft. Objective Public - IT Managers. - Project Managers, general managers and project consultants in IT areas. Objectives 1. Learning to value their time and organize their projects. 2. Being able to reconstruct a project according to the Master methodology, based on the international standards in project manage- ment, while assimilating the project management fundamentals. 3. Being capable of passing the exams of the most noteworthy Professional Certificates in Project Management: PMP-PMI, TDP/PDP- IPMA and PRINCE 2®/ APMG-US levels. 4. Entering the profesional career of project manager and consolidate their curriculum vitae. 5. Obtaining the set of certificates Microsoft has in the project management enviroment. 6. Knowing the main sources and better practices in project management through the experience of most important profesional asso- ciations internationally. 7. Achieving the financing of their course by a third party. Methodology EMPM with Microsoft is designed as an open forum of ideas, experiences and knowledge in which each participant works as a main active protagonist, and responsible for their own learning process. It is proposed a method based on self-learning that is constructive, adaptive, self-directed and cooperative, through a multimedia training system, facilitating both, single and group working. The stu- dent gains in this process a semi-professional status, working over their organization conflicts. We think that the project management and analysis techniques can only be acquired in real situations. Collaborative Environment with Microsoft Microsoft definitely bets on the development and continuous improvement of their products in the project management segment. EMPM with Microsoft is given with most advanced technology, provided by Microsoft, setting the student on a micro-environment of project management with computer tools from the beginning through an ASP environment designed by OdPe.
    • Software Collaboration area that allows the users sharing information and com- municating in a dynamic and safe way. Project administration and management tools. Allows being informed and controlling work, planning and budget of the project. Solution allowing an intelligent administration of the whole project life -cycle, and the data flow related to work administration. Management of the corporative investment life-cycle, strategic man- agement of programs and events. International Passport of the Project Manager® International Certifications in Project Management on base to most relevant profesional associations. International Certifications in Project Management that are prepared with this Master optionally. CAMP-PMI CAMP- TDP-IPMA TDP- PMP-PMI PMP- PDP-IPMA PDP- PRINCE2® Sectorial Certifications: PRINCE 2® ITIL® Microsoft International Certification in a Project Management Environment EMPM with Microsoft apart from preparing for the professional certification aforementioned, has established a qualification system, based on the self Microsoft certifications. Two types of qualification will exist : Students belonging to Project Management Office (PMO) or persons in charge of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) ad- ministration (Technical Configuration Tools Project and Portfolio Management): MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist): Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 (Exam 70-632) Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project 2007 (Exam 70-633) MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional): Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project 2007 (Exam 70-634) Students in charge of technical projects (Technical Development Project Management tools for collaboration): MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist): Managing Projects with Microsoft Office Project 2007 (Exam 70-632) Microsoft Office Project Server 2007– Configuring (Exam 70-639) Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007– Aplication Development (Exam 70-542) Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007– Configuration (Exam 70-630)
    • Didactic Program of the Executive Master in Project Management with Microsoft 0. Introduction 0.1. Introduction of the course. 0.2. Project Manager Portfolio as learning process. I. PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE: LIFE CYCLE 1. Introductory: Project Management today. 1.1. Closed Project: Choice and Development of a Management Report. 1.2. La Dirección de Proyectos empieza por uno mismo (Project Management starts with yourself). 1.3. Technologies for improving the personal efficiency and efficacy. 1.4. Immersion on Project Management: Links. 2. Project Management body of knowledge. 2.1. The Project life. 2.2. Planning and controlling the Project. 2.3. People: keys to success. 2.4. Appendix and glossary. 3. Project Processes : MEP-VG. 3.1. Project Mental Maps. 3.2. Files to manage Project processes. 3.3. MEP (Master’s End Project) Checking - (MEP-VG). SP-I: Student Portfolio I II. INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATIONS TRAINING IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT 4a. Training to the exam I: CAMP/PMP-PMI. 4a.1. Body of Knowledge in Project Management: PMBOK. 4a.2. Exam Focus PMP. 4a.3. Exam Simulator. 4a.4. Advices for the exam. 4a.5. MEP (Master’s End Project) Checking - (MEP-VG). S/PMBOK. 4b. Training to the exam II: TDP/PDP-IPMA. 4b.1. Contextual competences. 4b.2. Technical competences. 4b.3. Behavioral competences. 4b.4. Advices for the exam. 4b.5. MEP (Master’s End Project) Checking - V3. S/NCB. 4c. Training to the exam III: PRINCE2®/APMG Group ® 4c.1. Fundamentals of PRINCE2® . ® 4c.2. Modeling Processes in PRINCE2®.® 4c.3. Components of PRINCE2®. ® 4c.4. Products and descriptions of PRINCE2®. ® 4c.5. Advices for the exam. 4c.6. MEP Checking - V3. S/NCB. 5. MEP Checking - V5 with ISO. 5.1. ISO 21.500. 5.2. ISO 10.006.
    • 5.3. UNE 157.001. 5.4. UNE 166.001. 5.5. Other rules. 5.6. MEP Checking-V4 s/ISO. 6. Master’s End Project Elaboration (V-Final). SP-II: Student Portfolio II III. APPLICATIONS & PROFESSIONAL POSITION IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT III-a) Environment of the projects: organization. 7. Complex Thinking. 7.1. Chaos, systemic and complexity. 7.2. Conflict Theory. 7.3. System Theory & project management. 7.4. Change management. 7.5. Decision Making. 7.6. Territory & Sustainability. 7.7. Science, technology & society. 7.8. Life as a Project. 8. Estrategical thinking and Business Administration. 8.1. General Concepts. 8.2. Management. 8.3. Functional areas. 8.4. New developments in management. 9. Project Context. 9.1. International Projects. 9.2. Project Financing by Multilateral Organization. 9.3. Project Financing by European Union. III-b) Project Manager Tools Box. 10. Basic techniques & tools. 10.1. Human Resources Management: Team Management. 10.2. Negotiation Techniques. 10.3. Risks. 10.4. Critical Path. 10.5. Basic Statistics for Project Management. 10.6. Basic Techniques in Project Management. 11. Complementary tools. 11.1. Single Competences Development. 11.2. Business Competences Development. 11.3. Emotional Intelligence. 11.4. Coaching-mentoring for the Project manager. 11.5. Communication in Projects. 11.6. Customer Relationship Management (CRM). 11.7. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). 11.8. Business Intelligent. 11.9. European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM).
    • 12. Advanced tools. 12.1.Balanced scorecard & project management. 12.2.Project Management Audit. 12.3.Project Management Office. 12.4.Earned Value. 12.5.Maturity Model OPM3. 12.6. Introduction to Goldratt. . 12.7. Seis Sigma. 12.8. Facility Management. 12.9. Performance management. 12.10. Portfolio Management. 12.11. Extreme Programmation. 12.12. Project Assets Management. 12.13. System Integration: LABHEC Model. 12.14. Measures for Project Management. 13. Market analysis and features. 13.1. Demand analysis. 13.2. Supply analysis. 13.3. Demand trends. 13.4. Supply trends. 13.5. Conclussions. 13.6. Future of the Project Management. 13.7. Personal market position. III-c) Project Management in Manufacturing Sectors: Applications. 14. Sectorial Applications. 14a. Sectorial General Analysis. 14b. Real-estate and Construction Sector. 14c. Industrial Facilities maintenance. 14d. Public Administration. 14e. Information and Communication Technologies & Innovation. 14f. Energy, Renewable & Gas. 14g. Business Management Controller. 14h. Financial System. 14i. Human Resources. 15. Tools for the management of ICT. 15.1. Quality Management. 15.2. Quality Improvement. 15.3. IT Governance. 15.4. Information Management. 15.5. Project Management. SP-III: Student Portfolio III IV. STUDENT PORTFOLIO (Students Portfolio I, II and III) V. RELATIONAL CAPITALIZATION: FACE-TO-FACE SESSIONS. Seminar 1. Kick-Off. July 2009. Seminar 2. Start - Planning: September 2009. Seminar 3. Performance - Control - Close: November 2009. Seminar 4. Advanced Project Management and Application to Manufacturing Sectors: July 2010. Seminar 5. Sectorial Sesion.
    • VI. SOFTWARE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT. Students must choose one of the two itineraries established: I. Technical Configuration Tools Project and Portfolio Manage- II. Technical Development Project Management tools for colla- ment: boration: 1. MINDMANAGER 8 1. MINDMANAGER 8 2. MICROSOFT OFFICE PROJECT 2007. MANAGING PROJECTS 2. MICROSOFT OFFICE PROJECT 2007. MANAGING PROJECTS (Exam 70-632) (Exam 70-632) 2.1.Configuring Tools and Options. 2.1.Configuring Tools and Options. 2.2.Setting Up a Project. 2.2.Setting Up a Project. 2.3.Estimating, Scheduling and Budgeting Tasks. 2.3.Estimating, Scheduling and Budgeting Tasks. 2.4.Resourcing Project Plans. 2.4.Resourcing Project Plans. 2.5.Updating and Reporting on Project Performance. 2.5.Updating and Reporting on Project Performance. 3. MICROSOFT OFFICE PROJECT SERVER 2007. MANAGING PRO- 3. MICROSOFT OFFICE SHAREPOINT SERVER 2007. CONFIGURA- JECTS (Exam 70-633) TION (Exam 70-630) 3.1.Initiating Projects. 3.1. Configuring Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. 3.2.Planning Projects. 3.2. Managing Search. 3.3Executing Projects. 3.3. Configuring Content Management. 3.4.Monitoring and Controlling Projects. 3.4. Configuring Business Forms. 3.5.Managing Project Professional and PWA Environments. 3.5. Managing Business Intelligence. 3.6. Managing Administration. 4. MICROSOFT OFFICE PROJECT SERVER 2007. MANAGING PRO- 3.7. Deploying or Upgrading. JECTS AND PROGRAMS (Exam 70-634) 4. MICROSOFT OFFICE SHAREPOINT SERVER 2007. APPLICATION 4.1.Managing Data Access and Collaboration. DEVELOPMENT (Exam 70-542) 4.2.Planning and Troubleshooting Active Projects and Programs. 4.3.Controlling Projects and Programs. 5. MICROSOFT OFFICE PROJECT SERVER 2007. CONFIGURING 4.4.Managing Resources. (Exam 70-639) 4.5.Reporting and Analyzing Business Data. 5.1.Configuring Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and Analysis Services 5. MICROSOFT PROJECT PORTFOLIO SERVER 2007 2005 for Project Server 2007. 5.1. Overview. 5.2.Configuring Microsoft SharePoint Project Server 2007. 5.2. Projects. 5.3.Deploying Project Server. 5.3. Programs. 5.4.Administering Project Web Access. 5.4. Applications. 5.5. Portfolios. 5.6. Portfolio Analysis. . 5.7. Resource Pool. 5.8. Reports. Sponsor: Collaboration:
    • Executive Master in Project Management with Microsoft Facultad de Economía. ERI-POLIBIENESTAR. Campus dels Tarongers, s/n 46.022 Valencia-España International Information: t./ +34 963282556 m./ +34 687528664 e./ info@master-dap.org http://www.master-dap.org