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Project management certification training Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques applied in projects to achieve beneficial change. A project management certification training programme usually starts with a vision of a changed organisation and the benefits that will accrue from the change. Delivering the changed organisation will involve coordinating a number of projects and ensuring that their outputs are used to deliver benefits. This will require change management of business-as-usual activities. SPJIMR has customised the in-company PMP certification training Programmes to the varying needs of different sectors - mega projects, IT projects and service projects. SPJIMR tie-up with international institutes for industry best practices and methodologies lend a global dimension to the curriculum, thereby making the programme relevant and effective. The core programme management processes are: 1) Analyze: identifying, initiating, accelerating, decelerating, redefining and terminating projects within the programme. Managing interdependencies between projects, and between projects and business-as-usual activities; 2) Evaluate: taking project outputs and managing change within business-as usual so that outputs deliver outcomes; 3) Design: defining, quantifying, measuring and monitoring benefits; 4) Develop: ensuring that relationships are developed and maintained, thus enabling productive, two-way communication with all key stakeholders. A project management methodology can be used to provide the complete governance structure for management of a project. Such methodologies typically provide: ● process models based around a project life cycle; ● an organisation structure with defined roles and responsibilities; ● templates for documentation; ● guidelines for adapting the methodology to different situations.
The benefits of using a methodology for projects are the same as for programmes. Ideally, the projects within the programme will all use a common (but flexible) methodology that is consistent with the programme’s methodology. Post Graduate Certification in Advanced Project Management In response to the challenges, SPJIMR offers a restructured, more relevant and value-added "Post Graduate Certification in Advanced Project Management" (PGCAPM) to managers extensively experienced in some specific project management activities and wanting to acquire a well-rounded holistic perspective on project management. For more information visit http://www.spjimr.org/pgcapm PMP Certification Exam Preparatory programme This programme covers the overall Project Management perspective along with processes and knowledge areas. It is essentially based on the Project Management Institute and is a recommended module for the PMP certificate. For more information visit http://spjimr.org/project-management/pmp Agile Project Management-Preparatory Course for PMI-ACP Agile is a set of methodologies that are used on projects that need to respond to
changes often. It is an iterative approach that has applications to the software industry but over time has also become popular in other industries that perform projects. It has proved to be a very successful approach to deliver business value on projects. For more information visit http://spjimr.org/project-management/pmi-acp