"An Introduction to the Project Management Life Cycle" will provide you a 10,000 foot review of the steps and stages associated with project management according to the Project Management Institute. This can serve as a primer for those new to the PMBOK.
In order to understand how the Project Management Institute (PMI) recommends that projects be run it is necessary to understand the project management life cycle. (PMLC). The PMLC is the framework around which project management activities are arranged.
In this web seminar, students are introduced to the structure and function of the PMLC. and how it relates to knowledge areas.
- What is the project management life cycle?
- How to interpret the stages of the PM life cycle
- The relationship between life cycle and knowledge areas
- Introduction to the PM network diagram
- PM life cycle overview - the big picture of what happens and when
Who should attend and why?
This web seminar is for anyone preparing for the PMP Exam. You will gain the necessary background of the PMBOK through data content and structure.
This web seminar will help anyone preparing for the PMP exam to use their study time most effectively.
No previous training is necessary.
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Brian Egan is the CEO of the Book Box Company and principal of Briny Deep Consulting. He has been involved
in strategic management since 1985 as both a project manager and a management consultant.
Brian refers to himself as a "serial entrepreneur". He has started several companies in such diverse fields as:
fish farming, furniture design, gift manufacturing, and, most recently, catering. He is the author of three training
courses in management science and several white papers.