Project Management Practical Applications

Course Code: BPM103-WS
Day: Sat, Sun Time: 10:00-17:00 Hours: 12 Sessions: 2 Semester: Summer Instructional Language: English Prerequisites: ​​​​​​​This workshop compliments BPM101, but BPM101 is not a prerequisite to taking this workshop. Special Notes: There will be an hour lunch break between the morning and the afternoon sessions. Location: Online

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Course Description

Join us in this two-day workshop focused on the skill set that the Project Management Institute (PMI) looks for in professionals. Learn by rigorous case study, role-play, and simulation. Begin by using PMI’s PMP Exam Content Outline (ECO) framework to surface issues in the management of the case project. Next, apply that framework to managing the development of case deliverables by a plan-driven approach. Finally, re-use the framework to simulate managing the project by an agile approach. To do this work, you’ll be using the same tools that many dispersed teams use to do theirs, namely, Zoom and Mural. You will also have a chance to see in action PMI’s Disciplined Agile (DA) browser and Open AI’s GPT-4 – two project technologies on the bleeding edge.

This course can count toward the education requirements for PMI certification (PMP or CAPM) or serve as a refresher course for the Continuing Certification Requirement exam.

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Daniel Clapper, PMP

Instructor Biography

Dan Clapper is an applied linguist, learning architect and entrepreneur with 30 years of international experience. He graduated from Stanford University with a A.B. in English (Phi Beta Kappa), he earned an M.S. in Cybernetic Systems from San Jose State University and an M.S.Ed. in TESOL from Temple University Japan Campus. He now holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. He has two decades of success as a manager of innovative educational projects at enterprise scale, including work with government, schools, universities and businesses in 16 countries. In 2004 he was invited by the US Department of Defense to speak on US foreign language education for the post 9/11 era. His company provides consulting on project management.