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PMP® Plus

Course Description

Do you want to maintain your PMP certification and earn 60 PDUs? Simplilearn’s PMP+ bundle will take care of that by providing you with the option of taking your pick from 6 courses which are Project Management, ITIL, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, PMI-RMP, Microsoft Project, and Agile Scrum Master.

About the Program

What is the focus of this bundle ?

The PMP+ bundle essentially helps you earn 60+ PDUs to keep your PMI certification active. It also helps in developing the key skills necessary for becoming a project manager, along with enhancing your knowledge in various domains. The courses that are part of this bundle are Project Management, ITIL, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training, Agile training, Microsoft Project, and Risk Management Program. Learn the skills required to deliver effective IT services with our ITIL course. You will be able to implement quality projects and applications with the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training. You will develop an understanding of Agile and Scrum methodologies through our Agile training. With the RMP course, you will be able to implement advanced concepts of risk management.

You have the liberty to customize and choose your own learning path.

You also get access to high-quality virtual classes, e-Learning, real-life case studies, chapter-end quizzes, simulation exams, and a community moderated by experts. You will learn plenty of skills associated with project management and aligned skills. Upon completing the requirements of the courses, you will be eligible to claim your PDUs from PMI.

Who should subscribe to the PMP + bundle?

Project Managers whose credentials are up for renewal should subscribe to this PMP + bundle. In this process, you will also gain additional skills.

How do I earn my 60 PDUs?

Upon completion of the following minimum requirements, you will be eligible to receive the PDUs, by claiming them on the PMI website.
These are the list of courses and the number of PDU’s available : Course Training Mode No of PDU’s
1  PMP LVC 35
2  Agile Scrum Master LVC 24
3  Lean Six Sigma Green Belt LVC 33
4 Microsoft Project OSL 16
5  ITIL Foundation OSL 19

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Course Syllabus

Course 1 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

The PMP certification is the global gold standard for project management professionals. Keep abreast of the changes in the project management practices updated in PMBOK guide – 6th edition and pass the PMP® exam on your first attempt with Simplilearn’s new PMP course. The course covers new trends, emerging practices, tailoring considerations, and places a greater emphasis on strategic and business knowledge. It also includes a new section on the role of the project manager.

PMP® Certification 2018

Lesson 00 – Introduction to the Course15:39
0.01 Introduction to the Course15:39
Lesson 01 – Introduction to PMP Certification20:04
1.01 Introduction to PMP Certification03:57
1.02 PMP Exam Requirements and Syllabus16:07
Lesson 02 – Professional and Social Responsibility18:49
2.01 Code of Ethics08:42
2.02 Ensuring Individual Integrity10:07
2.03 Quiz
Lesson 03 – Project Management Framework37:55
3.01 Project Management Framework05:09
3.02 Project Management02:05
3.03 Portfolios Programs Projects and Stakeholders05:21
3.04 Project Management Office01:20
3.05 Project Life Cycle vs Product Life Cycle03:02
3.06 Project Management Process Groups03:40
3.07 Project Management Processes17:18
3.08 Quiz
Lesson 04 – Project Management Processes08:47
4.01 Project Management Processes01:49
4.02 Inputs and Actions of Project Management Process Groups06:58
4.03 Quiz
Lesson 05 – Role of the Project Manager09:21
5.01 Role of the Project Manager04:14
5.02 Project Manager Competences00:56
5.03 Leadership and Leadership Styles02:45
5.04 Performing Integration01:26
5.05 Quiz
Lesson 06 – Project Integration Management53:34
6.01 Project Integration Management15:32
6.02 Project Integration Management Knowledge Areas10:57
6.03 Direct and Manage Project Work15:46
6.04 Perform Integrated Change Control11:19
6.05 Quiz
Lesson 07 – Project Scope Management40:49
7.01 Project Scope Management12:38
7.02 Knowledge Areas Planning Process18:06
7.03 Knowledge Areas Monitoring and Controlling Process10:05
7.04 Quiz
Lesson 08 – Project Schedule Management47:26
8.01 Project Schedule Management04:33
8.02 Project Schedule Gantt Charts and Network Diagrams09:59
8.03 Project Schedule Management16:13
8.04 Schedule Network Analysis Techniques16:41
8.05 Quiz
Lesson 09 – Project Cost Management37:32
9.01 Project Cost Management05:44
9.02 Project Cost Management Processes13:51
9.03 Earned Value Management17:57
9.04 Quiz
Lesson 10 – Project Quality Management33:14
10.01 Project Quality Management10:38
10.02 Project Quality Management Processes12:53
10.03 Quality Tools09:43
10.04 Quiz
Lesson 11 – Project Resource Management48:53
11.01 Project Resource Management33:47
11.02 Team Dynamics08:59
11.03 Organizational Theories and Leadership Styles06:07
11.04 Quiz
Lesson 12 – Project Communications Management24:38
12.01 Project Communications Management12:09
12.02 Project Communications Management Processes12:29
12.03 Quiz
Lesson 13 – Project Risk Management42:55
13.01 Risk and Risk Management14:30
13.02 Project Risk Management Process28:25
13.03 Quiz
Lesson 14 – Project Procurement Management33:55
14.01 Project Procurement Management21:35
14.02 Project Procurement Management Processes12:20
13.03 Scenario 18 Project Procurement Management
14.03 Quiz
Lesson 15 – Project Stakeholder Management23:47
15.01 Meaning of Stakeholder and Stakeholder Management11:31
15.02 Project Stakeholder Management Processes12:16
15.03 Quiz
Lesson 16 – Appendix PMP List of Knowledge and Skills22:24
16.01 Knowledge and Skills12:50
16.02 Cross-cutting Knowledge and Skills09:34

Course 2 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

Agile Scrum Master
The Agile Scrum Master certification training is designed to give you deep insights into the highly popular Agile Scrum project methodology. You’ll learn the key concepts of Agile as a project management approach, discover how to lead project management teams, develop and deliver high quality products, and implement best practices in your organization The Simplilearn ASM training will position you to be an evangelist and champion in the Agile adoption journey for your organization.

Agile Scrum Master(ASM®)

Lesson 00 – Course Overview06:52
0.001 Course Overview06:52
Lesson 01 – Agile Way of Thinking10:27
1.1 Agile Way of Thinking10:27
1.3 Quiz
Lesson 02 – Other Agile Frameworks19:56
Other Agile Frameworks19:56
Lesson 03 – Scrum Events and Artifacts14:33
3.1 Scrum Events and Artifacts14:33
3.3 Quiz
Lesson 04 – Scrum Roles12:03
4.1 Scrum Roles12:03
4.3 Quiz
Lesson 05 – Agile Estimating, Planning, Monitoring and Control31:29
5.1 Agile Estimating, Planning, Monitoring and Control31:29
5.3 Quiz
Lesson 06 – Agile on Complex Projects29:04
6.1 Agile on Complex Projects29:04
6.3 Quiz
Lesson 07 – Adopting Agile43:01
7.1 Adopting Agile23:04
7.2 Agile Adoption guidance to Individuals19:57
7.6 Quiz
What’s next?04:52
The Next Step04:52

Course 3 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification program is the second stage in the Lean Six Sigma Masters program. You’ll learn the core principles of Lean Six Sigma, how to implement quality projects and applications, and how to use the Minitab tool for effective statistical analysis. The course is aligned to IASSC exam, integrates lean and DMAIC methodologies using case studies and real-life examples, and will give you the skills to empower your organization for continuous improvement.

Module 00 – Course Introduction

Lesson 00 – Course Introduction05:01
1 Course Introduction05:01

Module 01 – Six Sigma and Organizational Goals
Lesson 1.0 – Introduction to Six Sigma and Organizational Goals00:32
1 Introduction to Six Sigma and Organization Goals00:32
Lesson 1.1 – Six Sigma and Organizational Goals28:50
1 Welcome Screen01:14
2 Value of Sigma05:26
3 Meaning of Six Sigma and Quality03:08
4 DMAIC Process04:50
5 Key Terms
6 Sigma Conversion Table01:43
7 Knowledge Check
8 Goals and Six Sigma Projects03:52
9 Structure of a Six Sigma Team01:45
10 Organizational Drivers and Metrics03:45
11 Four-box Model vs. Strategy Maps01:59
12 Quiz
13 Key Takeaways01:08
Lesson 1.2 – Lean Principles in the Organization24:32
1 Welcome Screen01:40
2 Lean Concepts Benefits and Relation with Six Sigma05:08
3 Principles of Lean and 3 Ms of Lean05:27
4 Knowledge Check 1
5 Lean Wastes
6 Knowledge Check 2
7 Lean Tools & Techniques02:33
8 Knowledge Check 3
9 Theory of Constraints04:36
10 Value Stream Mapping04:05
11 Quiz
12 Key Takeaways01:03
Lesson 1.3 – Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Methodologies16:03
1 Welcome Screen01:19
2 Roadmap for DFSS04:51
3 Knowledge Check
4 Goals and Six Sigma Projects00:57
5 QFD01:41
6 FMEA05:58
7 Quiz
8 Key Takeaways01:17
Lesson 1.4 – Summary to Six Sigma and the Organization01:09
1 Summary to Six Sigma and the Organization01:09

Module 02 – Define Phase
Lesson 2.0 – Introduction to Define Phase01:07
1 Introduction to Define Phase01:07
Lesson 2.1 – Project Identification13:01
1 Welcome Screen00:43
2 Project Selection00:08
3 Steps in Project Selection
4 Benchmarking, Types of Benchmarking, and Best Practices02:10
5 Knowledge Check 1
6 Process Elements02:25
7 Sipoc Process04:35
8 Knowledge Check 2
9 Owners and Stakeholders02:09
10 Quiz
11 Key Takeaways00:51
Lesson 2.2 – Voice of the Customer (VOC)36:38
1 Welcome Screen01:12
2 Customer Identification03:04
3 VOC and Data Collection05:00
4 Proactive Data Sources: Questionnaire Focus Group and Interviews07:10
5 VOC Proactive Data Collection Methods05:36
6 Knowledge Check
7 VOC Table01:12
8 Critical to Quality Factor05:26
9 Quality Function Deployment07:13
10 Quiz
11 Key Takeaways00:45
Lesson 2.3 – Project Management Basics29:28
1 Welcome Screen01:02
2 The Project Charter02:21
3 The Problem Statement and Project Objectives02:31
4 Project Scope and Interpretation05:47
5 Project Metrics and its Types03:32
6 Knowledge Check
7 Project Planning and Documentation02:00
8 Project Plan: Work Breakdown Structure and Schedule06:33
9 Project Plan Risks, Analysis, and Management03:36
10 Project Plan Benefits and Project Closure01:21
11 Quiz
12 Key Takeaways00:45
Lesson 2.4 – Management and Planning Tools (Apply)12:04
1 Welcome Screen00:56
2 Affinity Diagram and Interrelationship Diagram03:52
3 Tree Diagram and Matrix Diagram03:48
4 Prioritization Matrices, Activity Network Diagrams and PDPC02:26
5 Quiz
6 Key Takeaways01:02
Lesson 2.5 – Business Results for Projects14:37
1 Welcome Screen01:04
2 Process Performance01:01
3 Defect Per Unit02:02
4 Throughput Yield and Rolled Throughput Yield03:54
5 Defects Per Million Opportunities and Sigma Level02:53
6 Cost of Quality and Process Capability02:29
7 Quiz
8 Key Takeaways01:14
Lesson 2.6 – Team Dynamics and Performance18:51
1 Welcome Screen00:42
2 Team Stages and Dynamics06:51
3 Types of Challenges02:53
4 Knowledge Check 1
5 Team Roles and Responsibilities02:12
6 Knowledge Check 2
7 Team Communication02:55
8 Knowledge Check 3
9 Team Tools02:36
10 Quiz
11 Key Takeaways00:42
Lesson 2.7 – Summary of Define Phase01:59
1 Summary of Define Phase01:59
Lesson 2.8 – Project 107:55
1 Project 01 – Define Phase Forklift Process07:55

Module 03 – Measure Phase
Lesson 3.0 – Introduction to Measure Phase01:21
1 Introduction to Measure Phase01:21
Lesson 3.1 – Process Analysis and Documentation (Create)14:46
1 Welcome Screen01:06
2 Process Maps04:35
3 Knowledge Check
4 Flowcharts03:23
5 Process Documentation04:56
6 Quiz
7 Key Takeaways00:46
Lesson 3.2 – Probability and Statistics18:00
1 Welcome Screen01:09
2 Roles of Probability and Statistics05:54
3 Addition Rules and Multiplication Rules05:49
4 Permutation and Combinations04:14
5 Quiz
6 Key Takeaways00:54
Lesson 3.3 – Collecting and Summarizing Data39:13
1 Welcome Screen00:48
2 Collecting Data00:30
3 Data its Types and Selection02:31
4 Measurement Scales, Collection Methods and Sampling05:02
5 Data Collection Plan and Data Coding03:27
6 Knowledge Check 1
7 Summarizing Data00:36
8 Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion06:43
9 Microsoft Excel for Descriptive Statistics02:37
10 Frequency Distribution05:21
11 Stem and Leaf Plots and Box and Whisker Plots05:16
12 Knowledge Check 2
13 Scatter Diagrams02:42
14 Knowledge Check 3
15 Other Visualization Tools and Normal Probability Plots02:55
16 quiz
17 Key Takeaways00:45
Lesson 3.4 – Statistical Distributions(Understand)32:44
1 Welcome Screen01:07
2 Classes of Distribution and Key Terms02:11
3 Types of Statistical Distribution02:13
4 Binomial and Poisson Distribution07:54
5 Normal Distribution09:26
6 Chi Square T and F Distribution03:56
7 Knowledge Check
8 Central Limit Theorem05:27
9 Quiz
10 Key Takeaways00:30
Lesson 3.5 – Measurement System Analysis(MSA)(Evaluate)29:42
1 Welcome Screen01:23
2 Measurement System Analysis and Properties05:17
3 Knowledge Check 1
4 Measurement System Characterstics05:46
5 Knowledge Check 2
6 Measurement System Concepts02:51
7 G R&R Study09:29
8 Attribute Gage R&R04:05
9 Quiz
10 Key Takeaways00:51
Lesson 3.6 – Process and Performance Capability32:40
1 Welcome Screen01:10
2 Process Stability and Normality05:45
3 Process Capability Analysis and Studies04:11
4 Process Capability Index and Example07:58
5 Process Performance Indices02:15
6 Process Mean Shift and Variation08:09
7 Attribute Data and Capability02:25
8 Quiz
9 Key Takeaways00:47
Lesson 3.7 – Summary of Measure Phase02:25
1 Summary of Measure Phase02:25
Lesson 3.8 – Project 108:11
1 Project 01 – Measure Phase Forklift Process(contd.)08:11

Module 04 – Analyze Phase
Lesson 4.0 – Introduction to Analyze Phase01:11
1 Introduction to Analyze Phase01:11
Lesson 4.1 – Hypothesis Testing54:07
1 Welcome Screen00:51
2 Hypothesis Testing Basics03:14
3 Type 1 and Type 2 Errors05:25
4 Sample Size04:54
5 P-Value and Test Statistics04:44
6 Knowledge Check 1
7 Tests for Means, Variances, and Proportions01:48
8 1 – Sample Test08:26
9 2 – Sample Test05:11
10 T – Test03:08
11 Anova and Chi Square Distribution06:32
12 Knowledge Check 2
13 Hypothesis Testing with Non-normal Data08:49
14 Knowledge Check 3
15 Quiz
16 Key Takeaways01:05
Lesson 4.2 – Exploratory Data Analysis31:01
1 Welcome Screen01:12
2 Multi Variable Analysis05:15
3 Correlation04:55
4 Regression Analysis06:47
5 Residual Analysis and Linear Regression05:05
6 Multiple Regression06:46
7 Quiz
8 Key Takeaways01:01
Lesson 4.3 – Summary of Analyze Phase01:24
1 Summary of Analyze Phase01:24
Lesson 4.4 – Project 105:58
1 Project 01 – Analyze Phase Forklift Process(contd.)05:58

Module 05 – Improve Phase
Lesson 5.0 – Introduction to Improve Phase01:07
1 Introduction to Improve Phase01:07
Lesson 5.1 – Design of Experiments(DOE)15:47
1 Welcome Screen01:14
2 DOE Regression and Basic Terms05:59
3 DOE Error and Example07:46
4 Quiz
5 Key Takeaways00:48
Lesson 5.2 – Root Cause Analysis(Analyze)10:32
1 Welcome Screen02:01
2 Root Cause Analysis07:50
3 Quiz
4 Key Takeaways00:41
Lesson 5.3 – Lean Tools08:49
1 Welcome Screen00:57
2 Lean Tool and Techniques02:54
3 Knowledge Check
4 Cycle Time Reduction, Kaizen, and Kaizen Blitz04:13
5 Quiz
6 Key Takeaways00:45
Lesson 5.4 – Selecting a Solution11:54
1 Welcome Screen01:13
2 Pugh Analysis and Solution Prioritization Matrix04:12
3 SCAMPER Tool01:09
4 Brainstorming, Cost Benefit Analysis, Solution Screening and Piloting04:26
5 Quiz
6 Key Takeaways00:54
Lesson 5.5 – Summary Improve Phase01:53
1 Summary Improve Phase01:53
Lesson 5.6 – Project 105:13
1 Project 01 – Improve Phase Forklift Process(contd.)05:13

Module 06 – Control Phase
Lesson 6.0 – Introduction to Control Phase00:53
1 Introduction to Control Phase00:53
Lesson 6.1 – Statistical Process Control(SPC)41:26
1 Welcome Screen00:49
2 SPC Basics05:52
3 Control Charts and Analysis05:50
4 Knowledge Check 1
5 Choosing an Appropriate Control Chart02:00
6 X Chart Principles08:08
7 I-MR Chart02:58
8 Control Charts for Attribute Data01:05
9 NP Chart and P Chart04:18
10 C Chart and U Chart04:20
11 Knowledge Check 2
12 CuSum and EWMA Charts04:02
13 Quiz
14 Key Takeaways02:04
Lesson 6.2 – Control Plan (Apply)20:47
1 Welcome Screen01:19
2 Control Plan and Response Plan04:26
3 Cost Benefit Analysis & KPIV and KPOV06:23
4 Control Level and Transactional Control Plan08:01
5 Knowledge Check
6 Quiz
7 Key Takeaways00:38
Lesson 6.3 – Lean Tools for Process Control13:32
1 Welcome Screen00:55
2 Total Productive Maintenance03:27
3 Knowledge Check 1
4 Visual Factory03:33
5 Knowledge Check 2
6 5S04:39
7 Quiz
8 Key Takeaways00:58
Lesson 6.4 – Summary of Control Phase01:53
1 Summary of Control Phase01:53
Lesson 6.5 – Project 103:56
1 Project 01 – Control Phase Forklift Process(contd.)03:56
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks03:33
1 Exam Tips01:02
2 ASQ Exam01:35
3 IASSC Exam00:56
Practice Projects
Practice Projects
Reducing Sealant Waste
Improving Manufacturing Process

Course 4

Microsoft® Project 2013
This Microsoft Project 2013 Certification Training will help you perfect your end-to-end project management skills as you master the industry’s most popular project management tool. With this MS Project training, you’ll receive a comprehensive overview of project planning and scheduling, resource pooling and consolidation, customized reporting and an update on new Microsoft Project features – all ensuring your ability to manage and deliver complex projects efficiently from start to finish.

Microsoft® Project 2013

Lesson 01 – Basics of Microsoft® Project 201313:24
1.1 Basics of Microsoft Project 201300:19
1.2 Objectives00:26
1.3 Introduction00:50
1.4 Project Management01:35
1.5 Microsoft Project 201300:33
1.6 Microsoft Project 2013 Editions
1.7 Features of microsoft project 2013
1.8 Calender types
1.9 Project Options01:46
1.10 Business Scenario Changing Currency in Project Options02:08
1.11 Demo Summary00:11
1.12 Business Scenario Expanding and Collapsing the Ribbon01:15
1.13 Demo Summary00:12
1.14 Business Scenario Customizing the Ribbon01:09
1.15 Demo Summary00:13
1.16 Business Scenario Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar01:32
1.17 Demo Summary00:18
1.18 Quiz
1.19 Summary00:51
1.20 Thank You00:06
Lesson 02 – Creating a Project Plan18:35
2.1 Creating A Project Plan00:21
2.2 Objectives00:28
2.3 Basic Information For A New Project01:02
2.4 Microsoft Project 2013 Interface00:49
2.5 Create Project From A Blank Project Template00:25
2.6 Components Of A Blank Project Template00:47
2.7 Create Project From An Existing Template00:37
2.8 Business Scenario Creating a Project from an Existing Template02:41
2.9 Demo Summary00:11
2.10 Create Project From An Existing Project00:34
2.11 Create Project From Microsoft Excel Workbook00:25
2.12 Create Project From Microsoft Excel Workbook Contd.00:31
2.13 Business Scenario Importing Tasks from Excel02:22
2.14 Demo Summary00:11
2.15 Create Project From Microsoft SharePoint Tasks List00:43
2.16 Sample SharePoint Tasks List00:20
2.17 Base Calendar00:54
2.18 Types of Base Calendar
2.19 Business Scenario Updating the Working Days in a Project Calendar01:45
2.20 Demo Summary00:10
2.21 Create New Base Calendar00:59
2.22 Set Baseline00:32
2.23 Create A Template From A Completed Project00:41
2.24 Quiz
2.25 Summary00:59
2.26 Thank You00:08
Lesson 03 – Project Tasks15:06
3.1 Project Tasks00:23
3.2 Objectives00:40
3.3 Add New Task in Microsoft Project 2013
3.4 Business Scenario Adding New Tasks01:39
3.5 Demo Summary00:09
3.6 Manually Scheduled Tasks Vs Auto Scheduled Tasks01:38
3.7 Project Outline01:21
3.8 Creating Task Dependencies with Links
3.9 Business Scenario Organizing Tasks03:51
3.10 Demo Summary00:08
3.11 Create Project Milestones01:00
3.12 Rearranging Tasks00:57
3.13 Business Scenario Rearranging Tasks01:14
3.14 Demo Summary00:14
3.15 Inactive Tasks
3.16 Timeline View00:33
3.17 Project Summary00:23
3.18 Quiz
3.19 Summary00:48
3.20 Thank You00:08
Lesson 04 – Project Resources24:41
4.1 Project Resources00:25
4.2 objectives00:55
4.3 resources00:41
4.4 Advantages of Creating Resources00:41
4.5 Responsibility Matrix00:44
4.6 Types of Resources
4.7 Add Resources00:35
4.8 Add Resources contd
4.9 Work Resources00:38
4.10 Business Scenario Add a Work Resource02:23
4.11 demo summary00:11
4.12 material resources00:36
4.13 Business Scenario Add Material Resources01:38
4.14 demo summary00:12
4.15 Cost Resources00:38
4.16 Business Scenario Add a Cost Resource01:34
4.17 demo summary00:13
4.18 generic resources01:13
4.19 Business Scenario Assign Work Resources to Tasks01:54
4.20 demo summary00:12
4.21 Resource Costs01:24
4.22 Resource Assignments00:48
4.23 Create Resource Assignments00:31
4.24 Business Scenario Assign Cost Resources to Tasks01:37
4.25 demo summary00:14
4.26 Business Scenario Assign Material Resources to Tasks01:19
4.27 demo summary00:13
4.28 Business Scenario Add Part Time Generic Work Resource to Task01:49
4.29 demo summary00:13
4.30 Quiz
4.31 summary01:01
4.32 thank you00:09
Lesson 05 – Tracking Project Progress24:34
5.1 Tracking Project Progress00:21
5.2 Objectives00:29
5.3 Resource allocation
5.4 Display Current Resource Allocations And Assignments00:59
5.5 Resource Sheet View00:37
5.6 Resource Usage View01:25
5.7 Team Planner View01:32
5.8 Business Scenario – Manage Resource Allocation03:57
5.9 Demo Summary00:08
5.10 Replace Resources On Tasks01:20
5.11 Resources Leveling01:24
5.12 Resource Leveling Options00:50
5.13 Business Scenario – Resource Leveling01:47
5.14 Demo Summary00:09
5.15 Resource Assignment01:06
5.16 Resource Calendar01:14
5.17 Cost Accrual Method
5.18 Cost Accrual Method Contd.01:38
5.19 Business Scenario – Accrued Cost04:10
5.20 Demo Summary00:08
5.21 Quiz
5.22 Summary01:11
5.23 Thank You00:09
Lesson 06 – Advanced Task Scheduling32:54
6.1 Advanced Task Scheduling00:24
6.2 Objectives00:38
6.3 Logical Scheduling Model01:09
6.4 Tracking Project Actuals01:11
6.5 Adding Actual Dates, Durations, and Work
6.6 Business Scenario – Adding an Actual Start Date02:00
6.7 Demo Summary00:09
6.8 Adding Date Constraints03:34
6.9 Business Scenario – Adding Date Constraints01:39
6.10 Demo Summary00:08
6.11 Setting Deadlines
6.12 Business Scenario – Setting a Deadline03:06
6.13 Demo Summary00:08
6.14 Adding Project Percentage01:03
6.15 Task Usage View01:12
6.16 User-Controlled Schedules01:09
6.17 Duration Equation and Task Types
6.18 Effort Driven Scheduling01:31
6.19 Applying Calendars To Tasks00:46
6.20 Estimated Duration00:53
6.21 Warnings and Suggestions
6.22 Creating Formula With IIF Function01:25
6.23 Business Scenario – Using Formulas05:31
6.24 Demo Summary01:03
6.25 Business Scenario – Using Graphical Indicators with Formulas02:56
6.26 Demo Summary00:10
6.27 Quiz
6.28 Summary01:02
6.29 Thank You00:07
Lesson 07 – Reporting and Troubleshooting18:42
7.1 Reporting And Troubleshooting00:23
7.2 Objectives00:40
7.3 Reporting
7.4 Troubleshooting
7.5 Schedule Variance Task Slippage00:50
7.6 Schedule Variance Late Task00:38
7.7 Business Scenario – Late Tasks01:45
7.8 Demo Summary00:12
7.9 Grouping Of Related Tasks00:22
7.10 Filtering Of Related Tasks00:39
7.11 Task Inspector01:02
7.12 Task path
7.13 Critical Path Method01:15
7.14 Business Scenario – View Critical Path01:07
7.15 Demo Summary00:12
7.16 Slack Time00:46
7.17 Business Scenario – Task Slack00:59
7.18 Demo Summary00:12
7.19 Reports and Dashboards
7.20 Business Scenario – View Reports and Dashboards02:05
7.21 Demo Summary00:13
7.22 Cumulative Fields01:10
7.23 Business Scenario – Cumulative Fields02:41
7.24 Demo Summary00:21
7.25 Quiz
7.26 Summary01:01
7.27 Thank You00:09
Lesson 08 – Customizing Views17:35
8.1 Customizing Views00:18
8.2 Objectives00:49
8.4 Views contd
8.5 Work with Views
8.6 Customize Existing Views
8.7 Customizing Views
8.8 Apply Filters To Views00:51
8.9 AutoFilter00:56
8.10 Create A New View00:36
8.11 Business Scenario – Create a New View02:20
8.12 Demo Summary00:08
8.13 Share A View With Another Project00:52
8.14 Business Scenario – Share a View with Another Project02:53
8.15 Demo Summary00:09
8.16 Create A New Table00:46
8.17 Business Scenario – Create and Apply a New Table03:10
8.18 Demo Summary00:09
8.19 Customize a Table
8.20 Business Scenario – Customize a Table02:22
8.21 Demo Summary00:09
8.22 Quiz
8.23 Summary00:53
8.24 Thank You00:14
Lesson 09 – Sharing Project Information27:14
9.1 Sharing Project Information00:25
9.2 Objectives00:42
9.3 Sharing Data With Excel02:19
9.4 Business Scenario – Sharing Files with Excel04:10
9.5 Demo Summary00:42
9.6 Sharing Data with Other Office Apps
9.7 Sharing Data with Other Office Apps contd
9.8 Sharing Data with Other Office Apps contd
9.9 Sharing Data with Other Office Apps contd
9.10 Embedding And Linking Files To Other Office Apps01:42
9.11 Embedding and Linking Files from Other Office Apps
9.12 Embedding And Linking Files To Other Office Apps Contd.01:15
9.13 Exporting Data from Microsoft Project 2013 to Visio and Vice Versa
9.14 Business Scenario – Sharing Data with Visio02:59
9.15 Demo Summary00:32
9.16 Sharing Data with SharePoint
9.17 Ways To Extend The Capability Of Microsoft Project 201300:44
9.18 Acquire Templates From Office.Com00:52
9.19 Business Scenario – Acquiring a Template from Office.com01:41
9.20 Demo Summary00:11
9.21 Acquire Apps from the Office Store
9.22 Business Scenario – Acquiring Apps from Office Store02:30
9.23 Demo Summary00:22
9.24 Automating Tasks with VBA
9.25 Business Scenario – Automating a Task with VBA04:14
9.26 Demo Summary00:31
9.27 Quiz
9.28 Summary01:15
9.29 Thank You00:08
Lesson 10 – Resource Pooling and Consolidation22:48
10.1 Resource Pooling And Consolidation00:22
10.2 Objectives00:25
10.3 Introduction To Resource Pool01:21
10.4 Create A Shared Resource Pool01:46
10.5 Business Scenario – Create a Resource Pool02:25
10.6 Demo Summary00:09
10.7 Connect to Resource Pool
10.8 Business Scenario – Share Resource Pool03:11
10.9 Demo Summary00:17
10.10 Master Projects and Subprojects
10.11 Business Scenario – Add Tasks to a Resource Pool04:08
10.12 Demo Summary00:20
10.13 Inter-Project Dependencies00:48
10.14 Resolve Resource Conflicts Between Shared Projects01:34
10.15 Business Scenario – Resolve Conflicts in Shared Resource Pool03:46
10.16 Demo Summary00:21
10.17 Overall Project Status00:36
10.18 Quiz
10.19 Summary01:11
10.20 Thank You00:08
Lesson 11 – New Features in Microsoft® Project 201305:17
11.1 New Features In Microsoft Project 201300:21
11.2 Objectives00:40
11.3 Pinning And Saving Files01:11
11.4 Using Microsoft Project 2013
11.5 Task Path00:40
11.6 Lync Integration00:39
11.7 Report Customization
11.8 Example Of Report Customization00:43
11.9 Other New Features in Microsoft Project 2013
11.10 Quiz
11.11 Summary00:56
11.12 Thank You00:07

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