PMD Pro 1 - Ning

PMD Pro 1 - Ning

PMDPro CROSSWORD Across 4. people and/or organisations with an interest in the project 7. PMD Pro principle explaining the project management is repeating a process with the aim of approaching a desired goal, target or result 8. tool for planning scope 9. final phase of the project 10. method for linking financial information with schedule information Down

1. ensuring that a project is well directed with input from key stakeholders 2. making sure that planning covers direct and indirect work 3. ending a project by handing it over to a local partner 5. tool for allocating roles and responsibilities 6. making sure that scope planning is broken down into manageable pieces Lingos 4 week PMDPro course Exam and Application

What is the exam? How to do the exam? How can I apply PMDPro? What do I do next? How can I continue learning? Dear Google, could you sit next to me during an exam? Sincerely, every student. WHOS AFRAID OF THE EXAM? Terrified & petrified I would prefer to have my teeth pulled out with no anesthetic.

OK but I wish I didnt have to do it. Not too much I am quite confident. No sweat I could do it in my sleep! Every instructor assumes that you have nothing else to do except study for that instructor's course. Questions? When reviewing your notes before an exam, the

most important will be illegible. WHAT IS THE EXAM? During exams, students look up for inspiration, down in desperation, and left and right for information. EXAM TECHNIQUE Which statement best defines the concept of project tolerances? a) The factors that constrain a projects ability to produce deliverables on time, on scope and within budget. b) A comprehensive and detailed list of the work that must be completed to deliver the project deliverables. c) The performance limits within which the project manager can retain autonomy.

d) The series of points though the life of the project that provide an opportunity to revisit the justification and planning of the project. 80% of the final exam will be based on the one lecture you missed and the one book you didnt read. HOW DO I ACTUALLY DO THE EXAM? The key to wisdom is knowing all the right questions. WHY DOES APPLICATION MATTER? Why do you think applying the tools matters?

If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading - Lao Tzu No-one ever got less poor because you WHY DOES APPLICATION MATTER? passed your PMD Pro 1 exam There are very few things impossible in themselves; and we do not want means to conquer difficulties so much as application and resolution in the use of means - Francois de La Rochefoucauld PMDPro Tools

Can you implement by yourself? WBS Network diagrams Project Charter RACI diagram Decision Gates Transition Matrix Risk Register Issue Log Do you need support? What kind of support do

you need? ASSIGNMENT ACTION PLANNING ISSUE ACTION Poor implementa tion planning Develop detailed

implementa tion plans using WBS ACTIVITY Hold a meeting with project team and take them through WBS tool Review current

plans and use WBS to make them detailed and comprehensive PMD Pro Tools % improve WBS 30%

WHEN R March, PMD2013 trainee A C PMDOther trainee/ staff eg supervisor DM&E

I Area PM RISK REGISTER What are the main risks to your implementation? It is better by noble boldness to run the risk of being subject to half the evils we anticipate than to remain in cowardly listlessness for fear of what might happen. Herodotus HOW TO KEEP LEARNING? Project Management Institute: www.pmi.org Linkedin PM4NGOs - http://tinyurl.com/d5fqard International PM Association: http://ipma.ch/

American Society for the Advanced of PM: http://www.asapm.org/ PM Association of Canada: http:// www.pmac-agpc.ca/ and Google The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. - Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! Thanks

for all your hard work and attentio n

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