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The 5W1H (six service-men) of     Project Management                 DZD MCM1263               Sem II, 2011/2012    INSPIR...
WHAT• Application of Knowledge, Skills, Tools and  Techniques, to project activities-> To meet  project requirements.• Ini...
WHY• Lets put action into my idea(s)• We are not happy, We need  improvement!     Examples:     – New product development ...
WHO• YOU!!! Or YOU???
Top 15 Highest Paying Certs. In                                    Technology Industry1.    PMI Project Management Profess...
WHEN• All the time, as long as Resources exist!
WHERE• Anywhere, everywhere• Any industry domains, any  communities, any ventures
HOW• Formal: Systematic or structured  method, Non-Formal.• Anyhow, many are Commonsense!*.  This when many problems start...
PM Nature                          Art (InterpersonalScience                     skills)• PMBOK (Guide)             • Effe...
Areas of Expertise Needed for                          Effective Project Management                                       ...
SO…• Are you ready for the class?
THANK YOU            ZRN/BSP/1/1/2010
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  1. 1. The 5W1H (six service-men) of Project Management DZD MCM1263 Sem II, 2011/2012 INSPIRING CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE MINDS
  2. 2. WHAT• Application of Knowledge, Skills, Tools and Techniques, to project activities-> To meet project requirements.• Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, Closing• People, Method, Expectations, Commitment Examples: –Identifying requirements –Managing trade-offs among scope, cost and time –Establishing clear and achievable objectives
  3. 3. WHY• Lets put action into my idea(s)• We are not happy, We need improvement! Examples: – New product development – Upgrading of new processes or services
  4. 4. WHO• YOU!!! Or YOU???
  5. 5. Top 15 Highest Paying Certs. In Technology Industry1. PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) USD101, 6952. PMI Certified Associate in PM (CAPM) USD101, 1033. ITIL V2- Foundations USD 95, 4154. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) USD94,0185. CISCO CCIE Routing and Switching USD 93,0006. CISCO CCVP Certified Voice Professional USD 88,8247. ITIL Ve3- ITIL Master USD 86, 6008. MCSD- Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer USD 84, 5529. CISCO CCNP- Cisco Certified Network Professional USD 84, 16110. Red Hat Certified Engineer USD 83, 69211. MCITP- Microsoft Certified IT Professional (Enterprise) USD 82,94112. CISCO CCSP- Cisco Certified Security Professional USD 80,00013. MCAD- Microsoft Certified Applications Developer USD 79, 44414. MCITP- Microsoft Certified IT Professionals (Database) USD 77,00015. MCDBA- Microsoft Certified Database Administrator USD 76, 960
  6. 6. WHEN• All the time, as long as Resources exist!
  7. 7. WHERE• Anywhere, everywhere• Any industry domains, any communities, any ventures
  8. 8. HOW• Formal: Systematic or structured method, Non-Formal.• Anyhow, many are Commonsense!*. This when many problems starts• Lots of Communication, Miscommunication, etc
  9. 9. PM Nature Art (InterpersonalScience skills)• PMBOK (Guide) • Effective• Application area communication knowledge, standards, • Influencing the org. regulations • Leadership• Project environment • Motivation• General management • Negotiation and knowledge and skills conflict management • Problem solving • Team building
  10. 10. Areas of Expertise Needed for Effective Project Management • PPM PMBOK • PMO PMBOK Guide • PgM Application Area Knowledge, Standards, Regulations Interpersonal SkillsGeneral Management Understanding the ProjectKnowledge and Skills Environment 10
  11. 11. SO…• Are you ready for the class?
  12. 12. THANK YOU ZRN/BSP/1/1/2010
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