management training

  • Course Delivery Options

    In house and Public Program

    Next public program session: 2 - 4 September 2019

       

     Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

     

    Being an Agile Certified Practitioner certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® is a testament to expertise within the realm of being able to manage agility. A highly acclaimed and much sought after course, the (PMI-ACP)® designation enables one to be recognized as having knowledge in agile principles and having the skill to apply agile techniques.

    Sharma Management International is an a Global Registered Education Provider for Project Management Institute (PMI)®.

     

    Key Features

    • HRDF SBL KhasClaimable
    • Participants entitled to 21 PMI PDUs
    • Training materials developed by Agile Practitioners and Experts based on the (PMI-ACP)® exam requirements, and approved by (PMI)®
    • Full assistance provided in registering for the (PMI-ACP)® exam
    • Additional revision and exam preparation session

    • Process charts and mind map for all topics

     

    Course Topics

    No.

    Title

    Breakdown

    1

    PMI-ACP® Exam Preparation

     

    2

    Core Agile Concepts

    Overview

    Methodology/Framework

    Agile vs Traditional Project Management

    3

    The Agile Manifesto

    Overview

    Manifesto Values and Principles

    4

    Common Agile Methodology Elements

    Agile Planning

    Iteration Planning and Execution

    5

    Project Initiation

    Project Justification and Metric

    Value Driven Delivery

    Project Vision Statement

    Project Charter

    Identify Stakeholders

    6

    Agile Teams and Team Space

    Scrum Master

    Product Owner

    Team Members

    Trackers and Testers

    Other Roles

    7

    Agile Planning

    Development of Epics and Stories

    Personas

    Product Backlog

    Release Planning

    Parking Lot

    8

    Iterations/Sprints

    Velocity Determination

    Iteration Planning

    Development

    Testing

    Daily Stand-Up Meetings

    Tracking

    9

    Interpersonal Aspects of Agile

    Methodologies

    Soft Skills

    Emotional Intelligence

    10

    Agile Methodologies

     

     

       

     

    This PMI-ACP® Training Course usually be conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

     

  • Course Delivery Options

    In house and Public Program

    Next public program session: 5-6 July 2017

        

    Do contact us for a proposal for an in house session.

     

    Overview

    In any business enterprise, the key decisions made are often based on considerations pertaining to the stakeholders. This is because stakeholders in an organization can impact or be impacted by the overall business direction pursued as and when decisions are made.

    To ensure that the interests of all stakeholders are met as far as possible, it would be necessary to categorize and manage stakeholders continually and systematically. Failing to do so would frustrate attempts to make changes deemed to be necessary for the success of the organization.

    This course focuses on developing the necessary competencies of managers in stakeholder management. It provides a sound framework for undertaking stakeholder management through stakeholder needs assessment and provides participants with a structured approach towards addressing these needs. The course includes a thorough description on how to develop a stakeholder management plan.

     

    Objectives

    By the end of this module, the participants will be able to:


    1. Define key components of stakeholder management.
    2. Classify levels of stakeholders.
    3. Recognize methods to influence stakeholders.
    4. Conduct a comprehensivestakeholder needs assessment.
    5. Develop a stakeholder needs assessment document.
    6. Develop a comprehensive stakeholder communication matrix.
    7. Develop an individual stakeholder management plan.
    8. List the principles of stakeholder management.

     

    Target Audience

    Project Managers, Functional Managers and Executives who are involved directly or indirectly in managing stakeholders either in a supportive, managerial or operational capacity.

    Project team members who deal with vendors and customers on a regular basis in meeting project objectives.

     

    Course Schedule

    Day 1

    Time

    Activity

    9.00

    Introduction and Overview

    9.05

    Pre Test

    9.15

    Overview on importance of stakeholders

    10.30

    TEA BREAK

    10.45

    Individual exercise: Conducting a stakeholder level classification 

    12.15

    Facilitator feedback on individual exercise classifying stakeholder levels

    12:30

    Stakeholder needs assessment

    13.00

    LUNCH

    14.00

     Group based exercise : Conducting a stakeholder levels needs identification 

    14.35

    Facilitator feedback on group based exercise identifying stakeholder needs

    14.45

    Stakeholder needs assessment 

    v  Influence 

    v  Interest

    15.00

    Data collection and analysis for stakeholder needs assessment

    15.20

    Demonstration of data collection and analysis of stakeholder influence and interest by facilitator using pictorial template

    15.30

    TEA BREAK

    15.45

    Group based activity: Conducting a comprehensive stakeholder needs assessment

    16.45

    Facilitator feedback and sharing session on “gems” and “opportunities” in the group based presentations made

    17.00

    Summary and Q & A session

    17.30

    End of Day 1

    Day 2

    Time

    Activity

    9.00

    Recap of previous session

    9.15

    Interactive lecture on “Communication matrix”

    9.45

    Demonstration on developing a communications matrix

    10.30

    TEA BREAK

    11.15

    Compilation of Stakeholder communication matrix based on stakeholder communication worksheet

    12.00

    Group based activity: Developing a communications matrix

    12.45

    Facilitator feedback on group based activity on communications matrix

    13.00

    LUNCH

    14.00

    Interactive lecture on “Stakeholder management ”

    14.30

    Individual exercise :Causes of poor stakeholder management  

    14.45

    Facilitator feedback on individual exercise

    15.30

    Balancing the needs and concerns of stakeholders

    15.45

    Group based activity: Developing an integrated stakeholder management plan

    16.00

    TEA BREAK

    16.30

    Facilitator feedback on group based activity relating to developing a stakeholder management plan

    17.00

    Summary and Q & A session

    17.25

    Post Test

    17.30

    End of Day 2

     

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