Thursday, February 28, 2019

PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course - Full Money Back Guarantee





I am pleased to announce the availability of the 35 contact hours program for Project Management Professional (PMP®) examination: 

PMP 35 CONTACT HOURS ONLINE COURSE

It’s a complete video course and comes with full money back guarantee. This course is based on PMBOK® Guide 6th edition from Project Management Institute (PMI®).

This course has been requested by many aspiring PMPs in last few months. They want to join my class, but can't join because I am not the speaker. Also, sometimes, there are geographical constraints. Many have informed that other classroom training that they attended were of no real value for them and they learned almost nothing from those sessions. 

This course is a very much like my classroom training, which has created many successful PMPs. On difference here is this: it will be an online course. On the other hand, this 35-contact hours online course has many areas of coverage, which are not possible to cover in a 4-day classroom training, e.g., 
  • 200+  additional exercises in video format (one of its kind) 
  • 6 full-length practice question sets 
  • 450+ lesson end practice questions 
  • 100 questions for end course assessment
    (Point based like PMI's exam and instant score result will be shown)
  • . . . etc.

How to Claim 35 Contact Hours, When not a REP? 
One of the biggest misconceptions about PMI-PMP’s 35 Contact Hour program is this: You have to mandatorily get training from a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P). Nothing can be further from the truth. 

In fact, the Handbook for PMI-PMP exam has long noted clearly on this aspect. Below, I've a direct snippet from the PMP Handbook.


The aforementioned education requirements is about the 35 contact hours. 
Reference: PMI-PMP Certification Handbook, Section: "PMP Application & Payment", Page 9 (source: www.pmi.org)
PMI-PMP Hand Book - Link to Check 

Hence, only REP can provide 35-contact hours is just not true. I’ve also noted it long back – 10 years before in an article published from North America. (Link)
  • Myth -1: Only a R.E.P can provide 35 hour mandatory contact program.
  • Fact: No, there are many alternatives.

With this course, you will meet the 35-contact hour pre-requisite for your PMP examination. This course comes with an end course assessment of 100 questions.


Top 10 Features: PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course
  1. Total Video Duration: ~30 hours
  2. Number of Videos: 484
  3. Number of Lessons: 16
  4. Total Number of Questions: 1654 
  5. Number of Full Length Question Sets: 6 (total = 1200 Questions) 
  6. Lesson End Practice Questions: 3o to 35 questions 
  7. Process, Flow Diagrams, ITTO Exercises: 200+ (Over 200 exercises explained in video format)
  8. End Course Assessment: A detailed end course assessment with 100 questions. 
  9. Tips and Tricks: 100s of Tips throughout the lessons
  10. Content: Simple content and highly interactive videos

As noted earlier, the entire course is in video format. This course has been divided into 16 individual lessons. The below breakdown informs on the number of videos and duration for every lesson. 


Course Breakdown – PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course
  • Welcome (5 videos): 8m 36s [8 minutes 36 seconds]
  • Lesson 1 - The PMI-PMP Exam (9 videos): 25m 17s
  • Lesson 2 - Introduction (38 videos): 2h 22m 06s
  • Lesson 3 - The Environment in Which Project Operates (20 videos): 1hr 23m 02s
  • Lesson 4 - The Role of The Project Manager (18 videos): 1hr 12m 17s
  • Lesson 5 - Project Integration Management (56 videos): 3h 15m 42s
  • Lesson 6 - Project Scope Management (48 videos): 2h 22m 05s
  • Lesson 7 - Project Schedule Management (53 videos): 2h 38m 13s
  • Lesson 8 - Project Cost Management (30 videos): 1h 36m 02s
  • Lesson 9 - Project Quality Management (27 videos): 1h 51m 00s
  • Lesson 10 - Project Resource Management (45 videos): 2h 39m 36s
  • Lesson 11 - Project Communications Management (26 videos): 1h 53m 19s
  • Lesson 12 - Project Risk Management (48 videos): 2h 48m 53s
  • Lesson 13 - Project Procurement Management (29 videos): 1h 37m 20s
  • Lesson 14 - Project Stakeholder Management (30 videos): 1h 35m 22s
  • Lesson 15 - 6 Full Length Question and Answer Sets (1200 Q&As)
  • Lesson 16 - Final Lesson (2 videos): 4m 20s

In addition, you have Process and ITTO exercises of 1.5 hours duration. The total duration of the entire course is around 30 hours.

The details on it are also available available at:
https://managementyogi.com/p/videos.html



What is Full Money Back Guarantee for 35 Contact Hours Course?

There are no little tricks, such as – “terms and conditions apply”, “** conditions apply”, “guarantee not applicable if you have seen 25% of the course” etc., as you would have seen in many places. 

In this course, what you see and reading in this post is what you will get. 

The premise is simple.
Go through the complete course for 15 days. 100% video content of this course will be available to you.
In case you don't like the course, I’ll refund your full money. No questions asked.

You can watch more on money back guarantee in this video (2m 06s).  





Note: You can also evaluate the videos before paying any money. Twenty-five (25) videos will be available for your evaluation, even before you purchase. 


Applicability and Validity
  • PMBOK Guide - 6th edition
  • Course Duration – 6 months from the date of purchase
  • Price - Rs 8,849 / $130 USD (for 6 months) 
  • Available since - February, 2019
  • Primary Format - Video
  • Status - Available
    (accessible via laptop/desktop)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For frequently asked questions (FAQs) on this course, refer the post:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course


Detailed Course Breakdown
The detailed course breakdown is shown below (Embedded Document). It details on hours of learning, number of videos and practice questions. You can scroll in the embedded frame, to see the content. 



If you want to buy or have any other question, please send an email to managementyogi@gmail.com.




PMP LIVE LESSONS - Guaranteed Pass:
PMP Success Stories:

Monday, February 11, 2019

9 More Sample Videos: PMP Live Lessons (PMBOK 6th Edition) - Guaranteed Pass or Your Money Back







This is in continuation of the following posts: 

In this post, 9 more videos have been made public. The access to these videos is completely free and can be seen at the YouTube channel of Management Yogi.

Many aspiring PMPs have asked for few more sample videos. With these set of additional videos, in total, 27 videos have been shared. I believe it will help in finalizing your decision. 

The videos are from:
  • Lesson - 5: Project Integration Management (2 videos)
    • Video 5.49 - Manage Project Knowledge - What Happens?
    • Video 5.50 - Manage Project Knowledge - Process
  • Lesson - 9: Project Quality Management (2 videos)
    • Video 9.29 - Manage Quality - Process
    • Video 9.31 - Manage Quality - Inputs
  • Lesson - 11: Project Communications Management (2 videos)
    • Video 11.12 - Communication(s) Terms and Terminologies - Overview
    • Video 11.13 - 5Cs of Communication
  • Lesson - 12: Project Risk Management (3 videos)
    • Video 12.1 - Learning Objectives
    • Video 12.4 - Key Concepts
    • Video 12.13 - Risk Management - Process Flow 
You can check these videos one by one.
  • Part 1 of this series: Sample Videos from PMP Live Lessons (Link)
  • Part 2 of this series: More Sample Videos from PMP Live Lessons (Link)


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Videos: Lesson 5 - Project Integration Management

Video 5.49 - Manage Project Knowledge - What Happens? (5m:36s)
Knowledge management is in focus in the latest edition of the PMBOK guide. It is done by Manage Project Knowledge process. This video explains what happens in this process.



Video 5.50 - Manage Project Knowledge - Process (3m:33s)
The process overview of Manage Project Knowledge with its inputs, tools and techniques and outputs (ITTOs).




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Videos: Lesson 9 - Project Quality Management

Video 9.29 - Manage Quality - Process (6m:43s)
Manage Quality process is a confusing one for many aspiring PMPs. This videos explains the process with its inputs, tools and techniques and outputs (ITTOs).




Video 9.31 - Manage Quality - Inputs (3m:29s)
This videos explains some of the significant inputs of Manage Quality process.






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Videos: Lesson 11 - Project Communications Management

Video 11.12 - Communications Terms and Terminologies - Overview (1m:06s)
An overview of various communication terms and terminologies, which we will discuss in Communications Management knowledge area.





Video 11.13 - 5Cs of Communications (3m:19s)
For your PMP exam, you need to understand the 5Cs of written (sometimes oral) communication, i.e., communication has to be clear, concise, correct, coherent and controlling. This video explains.




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Videos: Lesson 12 - Project Risk Management


Video 12.1 - Learning Objectives (1m:43s)
Learning objectives for Project Risk Management knowledge area.





Video 12.4  - Key Concepts (5m:17s)
Various key concepts in Risk Management knowledge area - individual risks, overall project risk, positive risks, negative risks, iterative nature of risk management.





Video 12.13 - Risk Management - Process Flow (4m:10s)
The flow and interactions among processes of risk management knowledge area - Plan Risk Management, Identify Risks, Perform QLRA, Perform QTRA, Plan Risk Responses, Implement Risk Responses and Monitor Risks.






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To know more about this course and what is "Guaranteed PMP or Your Money Back Program", 
please refer:

PMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass or Your Money Back
  • Part 1 of this series: Sample Videos from PMP Live Lessons (Link)
  • Part 2 of this series: More Sample Videos from PMP Live Lessons (Link)

If you require more information, please send a mail to: managementyogi@gmail.com


You can also see the sample videos in a playlist.



Monday, February 04, 2019

PMP Protein: Emotional Quotient – A Risk Factor

By Manjunath R, PMP        



        Taking ownership is the best way to get the things done. No matter what project management methodology is adapted, taking ownership always works. It is all about involving completely and taking accountability of the consequences. One needs to give his or her mind, heart and soul to the activity involved and make sure it is delivered with maximum possible efficiency. It requires lot of attention to detail. In the sense, one needs to understand the consequences of each actions. This is nothing but risk analysis. 
       
        Risk analysis is carried out in planning stage. Also, during execution unexpected things prop up and will become threat to the project progress. One such risk is emotions flowing through the project TEAM. The emotional balance of team members plays a very important role in the journey of the project. The emotional quotient should be kept in a watch list. If pulse of the team members isn’t understood properly, it will have an impact on project constraints. 

        Most of the times, a good rapport between the team members will be a great motivational factor. The team leader needs to respect the team member’s emotional bonding with the rest of the team. Efforts should be made to have an honest relationship, not only for the sake of the project, but also otherwise. 

        An honest relationship always works, may it be professional or family or social life. Team motivating programs should be designed to enhance the cohesiveness of the team.  If team members happen to lose faith in one another, then the fate of the project will be at stake. Having said that, people should not mix up their personal problems with profession. The distinction should be manifested. 

Conclusion: To summarize, every team member including the team lead, should have a great bonding which will eventually contribute to the self-development as well as strategic alignment to the vision and mission of the organization. 


Author: Manjunath R
Manjunath R is a project management professional in construction industry. He is a graduate Civil Engineer. He has been involved in construction industry as Deputy General Manager working for REVA University. He has worked with several reputed organizations in Bangalore. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from Project Management Institute (PMI). 




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