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Title: PMP Exam Materials 2021 PMBOK 6th edition

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  • PMP Certification Exam Preparation
  • For 2021 PMP Exams - Aligned with the PMBOK
    Guide, Sixth Edition

PMP Certification Exam Preparation
Training Course Outlines
  • Introduction
  • Module One Creating A High-performing Team
  • Module Two Starting The Project
  • Module Three Doing The Work
  • Module Four Keep Your Team On Track
  • Module Five Keep The Business In Mind

Creating a High-Performing Team
  • Building a Teams
  • Define Team Ground Rules
  • Negotiate Project Agreements
  • Empower Team Members and Stakeholders
  • Train Team Members and Stakeholders
  • Engage and Support Virtual Teams
  • Build a Shared Understanding about a Project

Module One
Starting the Project
  • Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods
    and Practices
  • Plan and Manage Scope
  • Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
  • Plan and Manage Schedule
  • Plan and Manage Quality of Products/Deliverables
  • Integrate Project Planning Activities
  • Plan and Manage Procurement
  • Establish Project Governance Structure
  • Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure

Module 2
Doing the Work
  • Assess and Manage Risks
  • Execute Project to Deliver Business Value
  • Manage Communications
  • Engage Stakeholders
  • Create Project Artifacts
  • Manage Project Changes
  • Manage Project Issues
  • Ensure Knowledge Transfer to Project Continuity

Module 3
Keep Your Team on Track
  • Lead a Team
  • Support Team Performance
  • Address and Remove Impediments Obstacles, and
  • Manage Conflict
  • Collaborate with Stakeholders
  • Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
  • Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team

Module 4
Keep The Business in Mind
  • Manage Compliance Requirements
  • Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value
  • Evaluate and Address Internal and External
    Business Environment Changes
  • Support Organizational Change
  • Employ Continuous Process Improvement

Module 5
PMP Exam 2021
  • PMP Exam 202 Contents
  • How to Study?
  • Project and Project Management

  • PMP Exam 202 Contents
  • How to Study?

  • PMP Exam Changes in January 2021
  • What will be Different?
  • The exam is still based on the PMBOK Guide Sixth
  • Two factors lead to changes in the PMP Exam
  • updates to the PMBOK Guide, and (2) changes in
    the PMP Examination Content Outline.
  • The PMP Examination Content Outline (ECO) only
    changes when PMI commissions a Role Delineation
    Study (RDS).
  • These exam changes are the result of the recent
    RDS and 2019 ECO changes.

More about PMP Exam 2021
  • What is changing on the exam?
  • The new PMP Exam Content Outline includes two
    changes that will have a significant impact on
    the PMP Exam. First, the ECO states that half the
    questions will represent predictive project
    management approaches and the other half will
    represent agile or hybrid approaches. Second, the
    domains and their related tasks have changed.
  • The 2015 ECO organizes the questions by the 5,
    familiar domains (Process Groups).
  • The 2019 ECO groups the questions by 3 domains.

  • What is changing on the exam?

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  • Domains Aligned to Real-Life Practices

  • Exam Content Outline Before 2021

  • Exam Content Outline Before in 2021

  • The PMP EGO

  • The PMP EGO

The New Exam is Comprised of
  • 180 questions (the previous exam was 200) but the
    same number of questions will be scored
  • 230 minutes to complete the exam
  • One additional break for a total of two 10-minute
  • Questions will be a combination of
    multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching,
    hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank.

  • Introduction Project and Project Management

  • PMP Certification Eligibility Requirements

PM Education
Educational Background
PM Experience
High School Diploma Associates Degree or Global
60 Months 7,500 Hours
35 Contact Hours
Bachelors Degree or Global Equivalent
36 Months 4,500 Hours
35 Contact Hours
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Module Two Starting The Project
Module Two
  • Determine Appropriate Project Methodology/Methods
    and Practices
  • Plan and Manage Scope
  • Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
  • Plan and Manage Schedule
  • Plan and Manage Quality of Products/Deliverables
  • Integrate Project Planning Activities
  • Plan and Manage Procurement
  • Establish Project Governance Structure
  • Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure

Starting The Project
  • Task One
  • Determine Appropriate Project Methodology /
    Methods And Practices

  • Enablers
  • Assess project needs, complexity, and magnitude.
    (ECO 2.13.1)
  • Recommend project execution strategy (e.g.,
    contracting, finance) (ECO 2.13.2)
  • Recommend a project methodology/approach (i.e.,
    predictive, agile, hybrid) (ECO 2.13.3)
  • Use iterative, incremental practices throughout
    the project life cycle (ECO 2.13.4)

  • Deliverables and Tools

  • Life Cycle Selection
  • Predictive life cycle. A more traditional
    approach, with the bulk of planning occurring
    upfront, then executing in a single pass a
    sequential process.
  • Iterative life cycle. An approach that allows
    feedback for unfinished work to improve and
    modify that work.
  • Incremental life cycle. An approach that provides
    finished deliverables that the customer may be
    able to use immediately.
  • Agile life cycle. An approach that is both
    iterative and incremental to refine work items
    and deliver frequently.

  • Predictive Life Cycle
  • At the predictive end of the continuum, the plan
    drives the work.
  • As much planning as is possible is performed
  • Requirements are identified in as much detail as
  • The team estimates when they can deliver which
    deliverables and performs comprehensive
    procurement activities.

  • Iterative Approach

In iterative approaches, prototypes and proofs
are also planned, but the outputs are intended to
modify the plans created in the beginning.
Earlier reviews of unfinished work help inform
future project work.
  • Incremental Approach
  • Incremental initiatives plan to deliver
    successive subsets of the overall project.
  • Teams may plan several successive deliveries in
    advance or only one at a time. The deliveries
    inform the future project work.

  • Progressive Elaboration

Progressive elaboration The iterative process of
increasing the level of detail in a project
management plan as greater amounts of information
and more accurate estimates become available.
  • Task Two
  • Plan and Manage Scope

  • Enablers
  • Determine and prioritize requirements. (EGO
  • Break down scope and define acceptance criteria
    (definition of done). (EGO 2.8.2)
  • Build work packages/do some work.
  • Monitor, reprioritize and validate scope. (EGO

  • Deliverables and Tools

  • Scope Management Plan

The Scope Management Plan is a component of the
project or program management plan that describes
how the scope will be defined, developed,
monitored, controlled, and validated.
  • Project Requirements
  • Requirements include conditions or capabilities
    that are required to be present in a product,
    service, or result to satisfy an agreement or
    other formally imposed specification.
  • Requirements include the quantified and
    documented needs and expectations of the sponsor,
    customer, and other stakeholders.
  • These requirements need to be elicited, analyzed,
    and recorded in enough detail to be included in
    the scope baseline and to be measured once
    project execution begins

  • Requirements Management Plan
  • The Requirements Management Plan is a component
    of the project management plan that describes how
    project and product requirements will be
    analyzed, documented, and managed
  • Components of the requirements management plan
    can include but are not limited to
  • How requirements activities will be planned,
    tracked, and reported
  • Configuration management activities such as how
    changes will be initiated how impacts will be
    analyzed how they will be traced, tracked, and
    reported as well as the authorization levels
    required to approve these changes
  • Requirements prioritization process
  • Traceability structure that reflects the
    requirement attributes captured on the
    traceability matrix.

  • Elicitation Techniques/ Focus Groups
  • Focus groups bring together prequalified
    stakeholders and subject matter experts to learn
    about their expectations and attitudes about a
    proposed product, service, or result.
  • A Trained Moderator guides the group through an
    interactive discussion designed to be more
    conversational than a one-on-one interview.

  • Elicitation Techniques/ Questionnaires and

Questionnaires and surveys are written sets of
questions designed to quickly accumulate
information from a large number of respondents.
  • Elicitation Techniques/ Benchmarking
  • Benchmarking involves comparing actual or planned
    products, processes, and practices to those of
    comparable organizations to identify best
    practices, generate ideas for improvement, and
    provide a basis for measuring performance.
  • The organizations compared during benchmarking
    can be internal or external

  • Elicitation Techniques/ Interviews
  • An interview is a formal or informal approach to
    elicit information from stakeholders by talking
    to them directly. It is typically performed by
    asking prepared and spontaneous questions and
    recording the responses.
  • Interviews are often conducted on an individual
    basis between an interviewer and an interviewee,
    but may involve multiple interviewers and/or
    multiple interviewees.

  • Elicitation Techniques/ Brainstorming
  • Brainstorming is a technique used to generate and
    collect multiple ideas related to project and
    product requirements

  • Elicitation Techniques/ Decision Making

A decision that is reached with support obtained
from more than 50 of the members of the group
A decision that is reached whereby everyone
agrees on a single course of action
One individual takes responsibility for making
the decision for the group
A decision that is reached whereby the largest
block in a group decides, even if a majority is
not achieved.
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