Friday, April 30, 2021

Nine More Sample Videos: RMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass

 

This is in continuation of the following posts: 

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

The videos are from:

  • Lesson – 4: Risk Management Framework and Life Cycle (2 videos)
    • Video: 4.1.11 Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Fundamentals
    • Video: 4.1.13 Combining All - PPP Risk Management and ERM
  • Lesson – 5: Risk Management and Other Knowledge Areas (2 videos)
    • Video: 5.2.22 Risk Management on Comms. Management (1) [from Part - 2]
    • Video: 5.2.23 Risk Management on Comms. Management (2) [from Part - 2]
  • Lesson – 7: Risk Identification (2 videos)
    • Video: 7.1.6 Identify Risks Process - Why Do It?
    • Video: 7.1.11 Non-Risk Items
  • Lesson – 8: Risk Qualification (1 video)
    • Video: 8.1.16 Analyzing a Populated Risk Score Matrix
  • Lesson – 14: Various Risk Management Exercises (2 videos)
    • Video: 14.1.7 Risk Management - I&O Exercises
    • Video: 14.1.15 Risk Management - Flow Diagram Exercises (3)

You can check these videos one by one.

Part 1 of this series: Sample Videos from RMP Live Lessons 

Part 2 of this series: Sample Videos from RMP Live Lessons 


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Videos: Lesson 4 – Risk Management Framework and Life Cycle 

Video 4.1.11 Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Fundamentals (5m:06s)

In the current RMP exam, you can expect questions on the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), which is an advanced topic. A new risk management standard has been made available for this risk. This video explains the fundamentals of ERM.


Video 4.1.13 Combining All - PPP Risk Management and ERM (2m:28s)

Enterprise risk management includes portfolio risk management, program risk management and project risk management. This takes a consolidated view for ERM along with portfolios, programs and projects.


To know more Enterprise Risk Management, you can refer the latest article: 

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Risk Governance

Do note that the above article also covers Risk Governance, along with one video on the differences between Risk Governance and Risk Management. 

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Videos: Lesson 5 – Risk Management and Other Knowledge Areas

Risk Management impacts other knowledge areas and other knowledge areas also impact risk management. RMP Live Lessons (RMP 30 Contact Hours online) is the ONLY course in the world, which covers these areas.

Video 5.2.22 Risk Management Impact on Communications Management (1) (2m:00s)

Various Risk Management process impacts the building of the Communications Management Plan. Communications Management, along with Stakeholder Management are important for your RMP Exam. 


Video 5.2.23 Risk Management Impact on Communications Management (2) (3m:03s)

Risk Management and its artifacts affect the way communication distribution happens. This video explains with two key risk management artifacts – Risk Register and Risk Report.



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Videos: Lesson 7 - Risk Identification

Video 7.1.6 Identify Risks Process - Why Do It? (3m:46s)

Risks can be known-unknowns, unknown-unknowns, unknowable-unknowns, emergent risks, among others. The process of Risk Identification is also assigning potential Risk Owners and building preliminary Risk Responses, which can be very tricky. This video explains with the tricky areas.


Video 7.1.11 Non-Risk Items (1m:27s)

Many confuse between risk items and risk-related features! For example, issues or concerns are not risks. This video informs on non-risk items. 



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Videos: Lesson 8 – Risk Qualification

Video 8.1.16 Analyzing a Populated Risk Score Matrix (2m:22s)

Not only for your RMP exam, but also in the real world you have to analyze populated risk score matrix (or simply, risk matrix/risk charts). The RMP Live Lessons course takes a real-world risk matrix built with the help of Primavera Risk Analysis software tool and analyzes such a matrix.


To know more on building risk matrix, you can read this article:

Deep Dive into Risk Matrix Reporting.


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Videos: Lesson 14 – Various Risk Management Exercises

To clear the RMP exam, you need to be thorough with a number of Inputs, Tools and Techniques and Outputs (ITTOs). It’s not just from the PMBOK guide, 6th edition. These can be from the Practice Standard for Risk Management, the Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects, and other PMI mandated references and books!

Video 8. 14.1.7 Risk Management - I&O Exercises (3m:00s)

This video takes a number of inputs, outputs for Risk Management and explains where they will be created. Some of these are not Inputs or Outputs, but have been knowingly put to test your understanding. It’s a partial video (the actual video is much longer).


These exercises are very unique to RMP Live Lessons. 

Video 8. 14.1.15 Risk Management - Flow Diagram Exercises (3) (6m:56s)

The RMP Live Lessons video course comes with numerous flow diagram and flow diagram exercises. In total, you have 50 such flow diagrams. This flow diagram exercise talks about a number of special Tools and Techniques (T&Ts). 

These flow-diagram exercises are very unique to RMP Live Lessons. 


You can read the accompanying article to get a background:

Fundamentals of Project Risk Management Framework


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

RMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass or Your Money Back

Part 1 of this series: Sample Videos from RMP Live Lessons 

Part 2 of this series: Sample Videos from RMP Live Lessons

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

You can also see the sample videos in a playlist.

RMP Guaranteed Pass Sample Video Playlist (27 Videos) 


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