• Certification in project management (Project Management DipPMP) is intended for those who manage a large number of complex projects to achieve strategic and organizational results.
  • A professional in project management - is an experienced project manager, responsible for all aspects of its realization and management of multifunctional teams.
  • If your position corresponds to the level of executive or higher management of the organization and you manage a portfolio of projects and programs, according to the organizational strategy and you are oriented to do the right job, then DipPMP will be the right choice for you.
Olena Kobylianska
Speaker of the Program.
Founder&CEO at Unicorn Solutions & Consulting
Professional in management of complex projects in multicultural environment.
Business development, due dilligance and management consulting.
15+ years in the field of change management and organisational business performance, 10+ of which in leadership positions at Platinum Bank (Deputy of Chief financial Director) and Astound (Vice-president of Intenational Operations Management).
MBA (Edinburgh Business School)
Member of ACMP Ukraine
Member od CMC Ukraine
ISO 20700:2017
Startup mentor
10 modules, 20 classes, class duration: 1.5 hours
Module 1. Key elements of Project Management
  • The essence and history of Project Management
  • Project types, definitions and classification
  • Project Management basic characteristics
  • Project Management functions
  • Project categories, plan, project portfolio and program
  • Potential Benefits and Challenges of Project Management
  • International standards
Module 2. Project Management Principles. Approach to development
  • Project concept, goals, results, project strategy
  • Project selection for positive impact. ESG principles
  • Project life cycle and phases from collecting project requirements and building a team to tracking project progress and reporting on its financial status and value delivered
  • WBS, OBS, CBS models. Modern approaches to project structuring.
  • The concept of project organizational structure: essence, need for creation, main components, forms
  • Development sequence in creating a project organizational structure
  • Project Management Functions
  • Characteristics of the Project Management model
  • Project Management procedures, processes and toolkit
  • Project control and regulation. Making changes and their comprehensive analysis
  • Mini-case study
Module 3. The Project team
  • Stakeholders. Roles
  • Factors affecting the stakeholder composition
  • Project environment. Characteristics of the external and internal project environment
  • Composition and functioning of project teams. The project team
  • The project manager. Leadership skills and navigating team dynamics
  • The Project Team lifecycle and development. Project Team management
  • Mini-case study
Module 4. individual and Team Issues
  • Project Team Motivation. Project Team values
  • Project Sponsor. Change management
  • Project Team communication management. Communication plan
  • Project Team Stress. Conflict facilitation
  • Mini-case study
Module 5. Project Time Planning and Management
  • The concept of Project Time planning and control for successful project implementation
  • The Process of Project Time planning and adjusting
  • Alternatives analysis, search and compromise decision making
  • Project Resource planning
  • Software for project planning
  • Mini-case study
Module 6. Project Budget Planning and Management
  • Approaches to project costs planning and control
  • Project budget management system
  • System of procurement processes
  • Mini-case study
Module 7. Project Quality Management
  • Relevant Quality Management concepts. Lean, Six Sigma
  • Parallel design. Some Quality Management Tools and Techniques
  • Competition in project quality management with the project time criterion
  • Mini-case study
Module 8. Project Risk Management
  • The concept of Risk Management
  • Different types of Risk and their identification
  • Risk Management and Decision Making system: dealing with unexpected opportunities and risks, project adaptation, preparation of "plan B" and mitigation strategies, as well as ensuring reserves in time and resources
  • Risk, contracts and procurement
  • Mini-case study
Module 9. Agile Project Management
  • Differentiation and combination of agile approaches
  • Agile project management history, approach and philosophy
  • Applying Agile and Scrum frameworks
  • Methods of an agile approach to project management: SCRUM and Kanban
Module 10. Project Management through changes and challenges
  • Project Summary. Retrospective analysis.
  • Using post-project evaluation and organizational learning to adjust and reuse project management strategies in future projects
  • Features of Project Management today
  • Practical case study
Welcoming speech by Malcolm Trotter, Honorary President of IAPBE
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