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|  Number of Courses: 9
|  Course Access: 12 Months Unlimited Access
|  Study Method: Online Video Lessons
|  Course Type: Multiple Certificate Bundle
|  Award: Cyber Studies Institute
International Exam: Yes (Various) (Not included in course fee)

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Description

Project Management is global. This is one of those professions similar to being an accountant, where your skills and talents can be applied to any industry in any place. This 9-course bundle provides a comprehensive training path for all things project management. Includes all the most update to date courses including PMP 6th Edition, CAPM 6th edition, ScrumMaster training, Agile/Scrum, Agile/Xp, Risk Management and more. Whether your goal is to become a certified PMP®, help lead a team to success, implement Agile and Scrum principles, our project management training provides you with the knowledge to plan, lead and deliver successful projects. This bundle includes the following courses:

Agile Project Management

The Agile Project Management training course gives the basic of Agile with emphasis on the Scrum style. This course also gives the student a working understanding of how the philosophies and principles of Agile are used in successful projects. This course is intended for project professionals who are either using Agile principles in their work, or wish to included the principles, tools and techniques in the future. When you implement the Agile project management approach, your team delivers requirements and progresses in iterations throughout the project life cycle. This approach allows teams to deliver projects in a more flexible approach and adapt quickly to project requirement changes.

Agile Scrum

Agile Scrum is the most popular hybrid of AGILE it provides a framework that allows teams to address complex adaptive problems, while efficiently and creatively delivering products, services, or results of the highest possible value to their internal and external customers. The Scrum framework improves project performance in three ways: Emphasis on communication between the team and stakeholders Timely feedback from stakeholders Safe and courageous environment within the team In an Agile Scrum environment, the team constantly communicate with their customers and fellow team members. The team keeps their design simple and clean. They get feedback by Scrum reviews at the end of each timeboxed scrum. They deliver the product, service, or result to the customers as early as possible, by focusing on high-value functionality in early scrums and implementing changes as suggested. This emphasis on incremental delivery of high-value functionality creates an environment where small successes deepen customer and team respect for the unique contributions of all team members.
Agile Scrum provides a simple framework for effective team collaboration on projects where there exists a great deal of uncertainty due to: Customers not really being sure of requirements The team possessing the necessary skill set, but the product, service or result has never been attempted by the team and the final product, service or result will need to be progressively elaborated Tenuous funding, and as such there needs to be a focus on a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) or a Minimum Marketable Feature (MMF) This course integrates LEAN principles, where applicable, with Agile Scrum. Lean is a business methodology, initially used to improve throughput in manufacturing, that is used in Adaptive Project Life Cycles to achieve more predictable delivery, greater efficiency, and a customer-centric mindset Applying Lean principles to project management facilitates empowerment project team members to better clarity and deliver projects with an emphasis on delivering value to internal and external customers. This course describes provides a basic understanding of Agile Scrum principles and tools and techniques used in implementing Agile Scrum in a coordinated fashion to ensure successful project outcomes.

Agile Extreme Programming (XP)

Extreme Programming (XP) is an agile software development framework that facilitates the production of higher quality software, and a higher quality of life for the development team.
Extreme Programming is successful because it stresses customer satisfaction, as opposed to delivering everything the customer could possibly want on some date far in the future. The emphasis is on delivering the software in increments that provide the most value to the customer first. Extreme Programming empowers developers to confidently respond to changing customer requirements, even late in the life cycle. To provide the benefits of this approach, XP emphasizes teamwork. Managers, customers, and developers are all equal partners in a collaborative team. XP relies on a simple, yet effective environment that facilitates the formation of high performing teams. The team self-organizes around the problem to solve it as efficiently as possible. XP improves a software project in four ways: Emphasis on communication between the team and stakeholders Simplicity of methodology Timely feedback from stakeholder Safe and courageous environment within the team Extreme Programmers constantly communicate with their customers and fellow programmers. The team keeps its design simple and clean. They get feedback by testing their software often. They deliver the system to the customers as early as possible, by focusing on high-value functionality in early releases and implementing changes as suggested. This emphasis on incremental delivery of high-value functionality creates an environment where small successes deepen customer and team respect for the unique contributions of all team members. AGILE/XP is appropriate when a project exhibits the following characteristics: The customer is not sure of requirements definition and as such, the requirements are dynamically changing Uncertainty due to new technology implementation increases the risks of timely completion of fixed time projects The team is small, with a co-located extended development team The team has access to technology for automated unit and functional tests This course integrates LEAN principles, where applicable, with AGILE/XP. Lean is a business methodology, initially used to improve throughput in manufacturing, that is used in Adaptive Project Life Cycles to achieve more predictable delivery, greater efficiency, and a customer-centric mindset Applying Lean principles to project management facilitates empowerment project team members to better clarity and deliver projects with an emphasis of delivering value to internal and external customers. This course describes provides a basic understanding of AGILE/XP principles and tools and techniques used in implementing AGILE/XP in a coordinated fashion to ensure successful project outcomes

Become A Certified Scrum Master (CSM)

Certified Scrum Master helps project teams properly use Scrum, increasing the likelihood of the project’s overall success. Certified Scrum Masters (CSMs) understand Scrum values, practices, and applications and provide a level of knowledge and expertise above and beyond that of typical project managers. CSMs act as “servant leaders,” helping the rest of the Scrum team work together and learn the Scrum framework. The Scrum methodology allows a team to self-organize and make changes quickly, in accordance with agile principles. A qualified scrum master will lead these teams and projects to successful completion. Our course is also the perfect companion to this course. For students looking to enhance or become certified as a PMP®, our project management training course, Project Management Professional (PMP®) – 6th Edition is an excellent choice.

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) 6th Edition

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is a valuable entry-level certification for project practitioners. Designed for those with little or no project experience, the CAPM demonstrates your understanding of the fundamental knowledge, terminology, and processes of effective project management.

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) 6th Edition

This course is in preparation for the PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) exam. PMI’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) credential is a solution to project management’s increasing growth, complexity, and diversity. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMI-RMP fills the need for a specialist role in project risk management. This certification recognizes the professional’s unique expertise and competency in assessing and identifying project risks, mitigating threats, and capitalizing on opportunities, while still possessing a core knowledge and practical application in all areas of project management. Gaining distinction as a PMI-RMP® sets you apart from other professionals and brings credit to your organization. What will you learn? During this course, you will learn how to identify and assess project risks, mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities to enhance and protect the needs of your organization. Risk Management Concepts Risk Management Environment Project Definition Risk Management Planning Risk Identification Qualitative Risk Analysis Quantitative Risk Analysis Risk Response Planning Risk Monitoring And Controlling

Project Management Professional (PMP) 6th Edition

Become a Project Management Professional (PMP). Join thousands of others taking our PMP Course. The purpose of this program is to prepare experienced project management team members to take the PMP® (Project Management Professional) certification examination. The emphasis is on explaining the PMI® (Project Management Institute) best practices for project management across the continuum from predictive through adaptive life cycles as proposed in the 6 the edition PMBOK® (Project Management Body of Knowledge). The PMP course provides the student with the information required to understand the concepts that will need to be applied in an analytical manner to answer examination situational questions. During this PMP course, the student will review these lessons and use practice questions and flashcards to finish preparing for the examination.Project management is one of the fastest growing fields in the IT Industry and qualified PMP’s are always in demand. According to Indeed.com, salaries for a PMP range from $88K to $110K per year. For the most recent updated salary information, we encourage you to visit https://www.indeed.com/salaries/pmp

Six Sigma Black Belt

Six Sigma is a data-driven improvement philosophy that views all activities within an organization as processes whose inputs can be controlled to effect significant improvements in process outputs. Six Sigma uses a rigorous and systematic methodology known as DMAIC (define, measure, analyze, improve, and control) and a number of qualitative and quantitative tools for driving process, product, and service improvements aimed at reducing defects and variation. Companies across various industries are striving to become faster and more responsive to customers, achieve near-perfect quality, and operate using world-class cost structures. A Six Sigma Black Belt operates under Master Black Belts to apply Six Sigma methodology to specific projects. They devote 100% of their valued time to Six Sigma. They primarily focus on Six Sigma project execution and special leadership with special tasks, whereas Champions and Master Black Belts focus on identifying projects/functions for Six Sigma.

Six Sigma Green Belt

To become a Six Sigma Green Belt, you must learn that a process is a means of creating and delivering products and services needed by customers. According to Takashi Osada, Japanese author and quality pioneer, if the process is right, the results will take care of themselves. By Six Sigma standards, a right process is one that creates and delivers precisely what the customer needs. By this logic, no Six Sigma effort can start without having a high-level picture of an organization’s customers and other stakeholders, their needs, and the business processes meant to fulfill those needs.

A thorough analysis of the existing business processes and the products and services they churn out is the first step in Six Sigma projects. As a Six Sigma Green Belt, you need to listen to the voice of the customer to find out what customers need, identify opportunities for change and improvement, and translate customer needs into goals and customer deliverables. In this course, learners will examine how to analyze process components and stakeholders in an organization. They will also learn about concepts and tools for collecting and analyzing customer information and feedback.

Six Sigma Green Belts are the employees who take up Six Sigma implementation along with their other job responsibilities, operating under the guidance of Black Belts. A student who has mastered the principles of Six Sigma Green Belt can move up with our Six Sigma Black Belt course.

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Curriculum

Project Management Professional (PMP) 6th edition PMBOK – January 2, 2021 examination update Course Outline

Module 1: Preparing for and Taking the Exam
  •    Preparing to Take the Exam and Instructor Introduction
  •    Getting Certified to take the Examination
  •    Examination Characteristics
  •    Test Taking Tips and Techniques
  •    Question Formats
  •    Post Certification Requirements
Module 2: Process Domain
  •    Process Domain and Framework defined
  •    Predictive, Iterative, Incremental and Adaptive Project Life Cycles
  •    Framework Definitions
  •    Project Manager Skills
  •    Framework Key Points to Remember
  •    Framework Example Questions Review
  •    Project Integration Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Knowledge Area Process Mapping and Definitions
  •    Develop Project Charter and Develop Project Management Plan
  •    Direct and Manage Project Work, Manage Project Knowledge, and Monitor and Control Project Work
  •    Perform Integrated Change Control
  •    Close Project or Phase
  •    Integration Key Points to Remember
  •    Integration Example Questions Review
  •    Project Scope Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Scope Management and Collect Requirements
  •    Nominal Group Technique (Delphi-Opinion Technique)
  •    Define Scope and Create WBS
  •    Breakdown Structures used in WBS Dictionary
  •    Validate Scope and Control Scope
  •    Defining Requirements in Agile
  •    Prioritizing requirements in Agile, Definition of Done and Rolling Wave Planning
  •    Scope Key Points to Remember
  •    Scope Example Questions Review
  •    Project Schedule Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, and Sequence Activities
  •    Dependencies, Predecessors, Leads, and Lags
  •    Estimate Activity Durations
  •    Develop Schedule
  •    Critical Path Method
  •    Schedule Compression
  •    Resource Leveling, Schedule Format, and Control Schedule
  •    Agile Estimating
  •    Agile Schedule Planning and Reporting
  •    Schedule Key Points to Remember and Example Question review
  •    Project Cost Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Cost Management and Estimate Cost
  •    Types of Cost, Expected Present Value, Sunk Costs, and Depreciation
  •    Life Cycle Costing, Status Reporting, and Determine Budget
  •    Control Costs, and Earned Value Management
  •    Earned Schedule, and Agile Cost Control
  •    Cost Key Points to Remember
  •    Cost Example Questions Review
  •    Project Quality Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Quality Management
  •    Manage Quality
  •    Control Quality
  •    Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles – Kaizen and Process Analysis
  •    Continuous Improvement in Agile-Adaptive Life Cycles – Retrospectives
  •    Quality Key Points to Remember
  •    Quality Example Questions Review
  •    Project Risk Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Risk Management Plan and Identify Risks
  •    Risk Register and Issues Vs Risk
  •    Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis
  •    Plan Risk Responses
  •    Implement Risk Responses and Monitor Risks
  •    Agile Risk Tools and Risk Key Points to Remember
  •    Risk Example Questions Review
  •    Project Procurement Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Procurement Management and Conduct Procurements
  •    Contracts
  •    Share and Point of Total Assumption
  •    Procurement Documents
  •    Non-Competitive Awards and Control Procurements
  •    Agile Contracts
  •    Procurement Key Points to Remember and Example Questions Review
Module 3: People Domain
  •    People Domain and Project Communications Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Communications Management
  •    Manage and Monitor Communications
  •    Agile Communications
  •    Communications Key Points to Remember
  •    Communications Example Question Review
  •    Project Stakeholder Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Stakeholder Position Descriptions
  •    Identify Stakeholders
  •    Plan Stakeholder Engagement and Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  •    Monitor Stakeholder Engagement and Agile Stakeholder Engagement Techniques
  •    Stakeholder Management Key Points to Remember
  •    Stakeholder Management Example Question Review
  •    Resource Management Knowledge Area Defined
  •    Plan Resource Management and Estimate Activity Resources
  •    Acquire Resources and Develop Team
  •    Manage Team
  •    Control Resources and Agile Teaming Concepts
  •    Other Agile Teaming Concepts
  •    Agile Team Roles and Troubleshooting Agile team issues
  •    Resources Key Points to Remember
  •    Resources Example Question Review
Module 4: Business Environment Domain
  •    Business Environment Domain Defined
  •    Project Selection Tools
  •    PMO, Organizational Structure, and Reports
  •    Agile in the Business Environment
  •    Business Environment Key Points to Remember and Example Question Review
  •    Course Closing

PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) 6th Edition Course Outline

Module 1: Risk Management Fundamentals
  •    Instructor Intro
  •    Course Intro
  •    Risk Management Fundamentals Pt 1
  •    Risk Management Fundamentals Pt 2
Module 2: Test Requirements
  •    Test Requirements
Module 3: Test Domains
  •    Test Domains Pt 1
  •    Test Domains Pt 2
Module 4: Risk Strategy and Planning
  •    Risk Strategy and Planning Pt 1
  •    Risk Strategy and Planning Pt 2
Module 5: Stakeholder Engagement
  •    Stakeholder Engagement Pt 1
  •    Stakeholder Engagement Pt 2
  •    Stakeholder Engagement Pt 3
  •    Stakeholder Engagement Pt 4
Module 6: Risk Process Facilitation
  •    Risk Process Facilitation Pt1
  •    Risk Process Facilitation Pt2
  •    Risk Process Facilitation Pt3
Module 7: Risk Monitoring and Reporting
  •    Risk Monitoring and Reporting Pt 1
  •    Risk Monitoring and Reporting Pt 2
  •    Risk Monitoring and Reporting Pt 3
Module 8: Specialized Risk Analyses
  •    Specialized Risk Analyses Pt 1
  •    Specialized Risk Analyses Pt 2
  •    Specialized Risk Analyses Pt 3
Module 9: RMP Recap
  •    RMP Recap
Module 10: RMP Review Questions
  •    RMP Review Questions Pt 1
  •    RMP Review Questions Pt 2
  •    RMP Review Questions Pt 3
  •    RMP Review Questions Pt 4
  •    RMP Review Questions Pt 5

AGILE/XP Course Outline

Module 1 : Agile Principles and Mindset
  •    Agile Introduction XP
  •    Agile Core Principles XP
  •    Lean Product Development XP
  •    Agile Leadership Tasks XP
  •    Agile Communications XP
Module 2 : Value Driven Delivery
  •    Value Driven Delivery XP
  •    Value Driven Delivery XP Part2
Module 3 : Stakeholder Engagement
  •    Stakeholder Engagement XP
  •    Facilitation Tools XP
Module 4 : Team Performance
  •    Team Performance XP
  •    Digital Tools for Distibuted Teams XP
Module 5 : Adaptive Planning
  •    Adaptive Planning XP
  •    Adaptive Planning Part2 XP
Module 6 : Problem Detection and Resolution
  •    Problem Detection and Resolution XP
Module 7 : Continuous Improvement
  •    Continuous Improvement XP

AGILE/Scrum Course Outline

Module 1 : Agile Principles and Mindset
  •    Agile Introduction Scrum
  •    Agile Core Principles Scrum
  •    Lean Product Development Scrum
  •    Agile Leadership Tasks Scrum
  •    Agile Communications Scrum
Module 2 : Value Driven Delivery
  •    Value Driven Delivery Scrum
  •    Value Driven Delivery Scrum Part2
Module 3 : Stakeholder Engagement
  •    Stakeholder Engagement Scrum
  •    Facilitation Tools Scrum
Module 4 : Team Performance
  •    Team Performance Scrum
  •    Digital Tools for Distibuted Teams Scrum
Module 5 : Adaptive Planning
  •    Adaptive Planning Scrum
  •    Adaptive Planning Scrum Part2
Module 6 : Problem Detection and Resolution
  •    Problem Detection and Resolution Scrum
Module 7 : Continuous Improvement
  •    Continuous Improvement Scrum

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) 6th Edition Course Outline

Module 1 : Getting Certified to take the Examination
  •    Intro
Module 2 : Techniques for Preparing for and Taking the Examination
  •    Getting Certified to take the Exam
  •    Techniques for Preparing for the Exam
Module 3 : Project Management Framework
  •    PMBOK Framework prt1
  •    PMBOK Framework prt2
  •    PMBOK Framework prt3
Module 4 : Project Integration Management
  •    Project Integration Mgmt
  •    Project Integration Mgmt prt2
  •    Integration Questions
Module 5 : Project Scope Management
  •    Project Scope Mgmt
  •    Project Scope Mgmt prt2
  •    Scope Questions
Module 6 : Project Schedule Management
  •    Project Schedule Mgmt
  •    Project Schedule Mgmt prt2
  •    Project Schedule Mgmt prt3
  •    Schedule Knowledge Questions
Module 7 : Project Cost Management
  •    Project Cost Mgmt
  •    Earned Value Mgmt
  •    Trend Analysis
  •    Cost Questions
Module 8 : Project Quality Management
  •    Project Quality Mgmt
  •    Quality Zero Defects
  •    Control Quality
  •    Quality Questions
Module 9 : Project Resource Management
  •    Project Resource Mgmt
  •    Estimate Activity Resources
  •    Manage Team
  •    Resource Histogram
  •    Resource Questions
Module 10 : Project Communications Management
  •    Project Communication Mgmt
  •    Communication Methods
  •    Communications
  •    Communication Questions
Module 11 : Project Risk Management
  •    Project Risk Mgmt
  •    Identify Risk
  •    Quantitive Risk Analysis
  •    Plan Risk Responses
  •    Risk Questions
Module 12 : Project Procurement Management
  •    Project Procurement
  •    Make or Buy
  •    Share
  •    Procurement Documents
  •    Negotiations
  •    Procurement Questions
Module 13 : Project Stakeholder Management
  •    Project Stakeholder Mgmt
  •    Plan Stakeholder Engagement
  •    Project Stakeholder Questions
  •    CAPM Conclusion

Agile Project Management Course Outline

Module 1: What Is Agile
  •    Course And Instructor Introduction
  •    What Is Agile – Part1
  •    What Is Agile Part2 – Agile Manifesto Principles 1-6
  •    What Is Agile Part3 – Agile Manifesto Principles 7-12
  •    What Is Agile Part4 – Agile Manifesto Values
  •    What Is Agile Part5 – Why Agile?
  •    What Is Agile – Part6 – Misconceptions about Agile
  •    What Is Agile Part7 – Agile Lifecycle
  •    What Is Agile Part8 – Key Definitions
  •    What Is Agile – Part9
Module 2: Projects And Projects Management In An Agile World
  •    Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part 1 – Historical Information
  •    Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part 2 – Organizational Projects
  •    Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part 3 – Traditional Projects
  •    Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part 4 – Roles
  •    Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part 5 – Roles 2
Module 3: Agile and Scrum
  •    Agile And Scrum Part1 – In Depth
  •    Agile And Scrum Part2 – Major Activities
  •    Agile And Scrum Part3 – 3 Questions
  •    Agile And Scrum Part4 – Sprints
Module 4: Common Scrum Terminology
  •    Common Scrum Terminology-Part1
  •    Common Scrum Terminology-Part2
Module 5: Other Iterative Methods
  •    Other Iterative Methods
Module 6: Communication Skills In Agile World
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part1 – Model
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part2 – Verbal vs. Nonverbal
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part3 – Learned Patterns
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part4 – Key Skills
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part5 – Key Skills
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part6 – Conflict Resolution
  •    Communication Skills In Agile World Part7 – Tuckman’s 5 Stages
Module 7: Using Agile Outside Software Development
  •    Using Agile Outside Software Development-Part1
  •    Using Agile Outside Software Development-Part2
Module 8: Case Studies Of Transitioning to Agile
  •    Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile-Part1
  •    Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part2 – Procurement
  •    Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part3 – In an Agile World
  •    Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part4 – Measurements
Module 9: Critique Of Agile
  •    Critique Of Agile-Part1
  •    Critique Of Agile-Part2
Module 10: Review Of Agile
  •    Review Of Agile-Part1
  •    Review Of Agile-Part2
  •    Review Of Agile-Part3
  •    Course Conclusion

Six Sigma Black Belt Course Outline

Module 1: Organization­ – Wide Planning and Deployment
  •    Introduction
  •    Wide Planning And Deployment-Part 1
  •    Wide Planning And Deployment-Part 2
  •    Wide Planning And Deployment-Part 3
Module 2: Leadership
  •    Leadership-Part 1
  •    Leadership-Part 2
Module 3: Organizational Process Measures and Management
  •    Organizational Process Measures And Management-Part 1
  •    Organizational Process Measures And Management-Part 2
Module 4: Team Management
  •    Team Management-Part 1
  •    Team Management-Part 2
  •    Team Management-Part 3
  •    Team Management-Part 4
Module 5: Define Phase­ – Overview of the Define Phase and the Voice of the Customer
  •    Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer-Part 1
  •    Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer-Part 2
  •    Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer-Part 3
Module 6: Define Phase – Business Case and Project Charter
  •    Business Case And Project Charter-Part 1
  •    Business Case And Project Charter-Part 2
Module 7: Define Phase­ – Analytical Tools
  •    Analytical Tools
Module 8: Measure Phase­ – Process Analysis and Documentation
  •    Process Analysis And Documentation-Part 1
  •    Process Analysis And Documentation-Part 2
  •    Process Analysis And Documentation-Part 3
Module 9: Measure Phase­ – Data Collection
  •    Data Collection
Module 10: Measure Phase – ­Measurement Systems
  •    Measurement Systems-Part 1
  •    Measurement Systems-Part 2
Module 11: Measure Phase­ – Basic Statistics
  •    Basic Statistics-Part 1
  •    Basic Statistics-Part 2
Module 12: Measure Phase­ – Probability
  •    Probability
Module 13: Measure Phase­ – Process Capability
  •    Process Capability
Module 14: Analyze Phase – Measuring and Modeling Relationships
  •    Measuring And Modeling Relationships
Module 15: Analyze Phase­ – Hypothesis Testing
  •    Hypothesis Testing
Module 16: Analyze Phase­ – FEMA and Additional Analysis Methods
  •    FMEA And Additional Analysis Methods-Part 1
  •    FMEA And Additional Analysis Methods-Part 2
  •    FMEA And Additional Analysis Methods-Part 3
  •    FMEA And Additional Analysis Methods-Part 4
Module 17: Improve Phase­ – Design of Experiments (DOE)
  •    Design Of Experiments-Part 1
  •    Design Of Experiments-Part 2
Module 18: Improve Phase­ – Lean Method
  •    Lean Method-Part 1
  •    Lean Method-Part 2
  •    Lean Method-Part 3
Module 19: Improve Phase -­ Implementation
  •    Implementation
Module 20: Control Phase­ – Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  •    Statistical Process Control
Module 21: Control Phase­ – Other Controls
  •    Other Controls
Module 22: Control Phase­ – Maintain Controls and Sustain Improvements
  •    Maintain Controls And Sustain Improvements
Module 23: DFSS
  •    DFSS
Module 24: Exam Review­ – Prep and Key Concepts
  •    Prep And Key Concepts-Part 1
  •    Prep And Key Concepts-Part 2
  •    Prep And Key Concepts-Part 3
  •    Prep And Key Concepts-Part 4
  •    Prep And Key Concepts-Part 5
  •    Conclusion

Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline

Module 1: Six Sigma And The Organization
  •    Introduction
  •    Six Sigma And The Organization Goals-Part 1
  •    Six Sigma And The Organization Goals-Part 2
  •    Lean Principles In The Organization
  •    Design For Six Sigma
Module 2: Define Phase­Project Identification
  •    Define Phase-Project Identification-Part 1
  •    Define Phase-Project Identification-Part 2
  •    Define Phase-Project Identification-Part 3
Module 3: Define Phase­Voice Of The Customer
  •    Define Phase-Voice Of The Customer-Part 1
  •    Define Phase-Voice Of The Customer-Part 2
Module 4: Define Phase­ Project Management Basics on Six Sigma Green Belt
  •    Define Phase-Project Management Basics-Part 1
  •    Define Phase-Project Management Basics-Part 2
Module 5: Define Phase­Management And Planning Tools
  •    Define Phase-Management And Planning Tools-Part 1
  •    Define Phase-Management And Planning Tools-Part 2
Module 6: Define Phase­Business Results For Projects
  •    Define Phase-Business Results For Projects-Part 1
  •    Define Phase-Business Results For Projects-Part 2
Module 7: Define Phase­Team Dynamics And Define Phase Summary Review Questions
  •    Define Phase-Team Dynamics And Review Questions
  •    Define Phase-Summary And Review Questions
Module 8: Measure Phase­Process Analysis And Documentation
  •    Measure Phase-Process Analysis And Documentation
Module 9: Measure Phase­Probability And Statistics
  •    Measure Phase-Probability And Statistics
Module 10: Measure Phase­Statistical Distributions
  •    Measure Phase-Statistical Distributions
Module 11: Measure Phase­Collecting And Summarizing Data
  •    Measure Phase-Collecting And Summarizing Data-Part 1
  •    Measure Phase-Collecting And Summarizing Data-Part 2
Module 12: Measure Phase­Measurements System Analysis (MSA)
  •    Measure Phase-Measurements System Analysis(MSA)
Module 13: Measure Phase­Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review
  •    Measure Phase-Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review
Module 14: Analyze Phase­Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing
  •    Analyze Phase-Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing-Part1
  •    Analyze Phase-Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing-Part2
  •    Analyze Phase-Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing-Part3
Module 15: Analyze Phase ­ Process Drivers
  •    Analyze Phase-Process Drivers-Part 1
  •    Analyze Phase-Process Drivers-Part 2
  •    Analyze Phase-Process Drivers-Part 3
  •    Analyze Phase-Process Drivers-Part 4
  •    Analyze Phase-Process Drivers-Part 5
Module 16: Improve Phase­Design Of Experiment (DOE)
  •    Improve Phase-Design Of Experiment(DOE)-Part 1
  •    Improve Phase-Design Of Experiment(DOE)-Part 2
Module 17: Improve Phase­Root Cause Analysis
  •    Improve Phase-Root Cause Analysis-Part 1
  •    Improve Phase-Root Cause Analysis-Part 2
  •    Improve Phase-Root Cause Analysis-Demo
Module 18: Improve Phase­Lean Tools
  •    Improve Phase-Lean Tools-Part 1
  •    Improve Phase-Lean Tools-Part 2
  •    Improve Phase-Lean Tools-Part 3
  •    Improve Phase-Lean Tools-Part 4
Module 19: Control Phase­ Statistical Process Control
  •    Control Phase-Statistical Process Control
Module 20: Control Phase­Lean Tools For Process Control
  •    Control Phase-Lean Tools For Process Control-Part 1
  •    Control Phase-Lean Tools For Process Control-Part 2
  •    Control Phase-Lean Tools For Process Control-Part 3
Module 21: Review Exam­Prep And Key Concepts
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 1
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 2
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 3
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 4
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 5
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 6
  •    Exam Review And Key Concepts-Part 7
  •    Exam Review-Flash Cards
  •    Conclusion

Become a Scrum Master Course Outline

Module 1: Development Methods
  •    Introduction To Scrum Master
  •    Development Methods
Module 2: Agile Manifesto Principles
  •    Agile Manifesto Principles
Module 3: Scrum
  •    Scrum
  •    Scrum Summary
Module 4: Why Scrum
  •    Why Scrum?
Module 5: Scrum-Roles Overview
  •    Scrum – Roles Overview
Module 6: Product Owner
  •    Product Owner
Module 7: Scrum Master
  •    Scrum Master
Module 8: Scrum Team
  •    Scrum Team
Module 9: Scrum Process
  •    Scrum Process
Module 10: Scrum Project Phase
  •    Scrum Project Phase
Module 11: Plan and Estimate
  •    Plan And Estimate
Module 12: Implement
  •    Implement
Module 13: Review and Retrospect
  •    Review And Retrospect
Module 14: Release
  •    Release
Module 15: Project Vision
  •    Project Vision
Module 16: Scrum Master and Stake Holder(s)
  •    Scrum Master And Stake Holders
Module 17: Form Scrum Team
  •    Form Scrum Team
Module 18: Develop Epics
  •    Develop Epics
Module 19: User Stories
  •    User Stories
Module 20: Justifications and Sample Change(s)
  •    Justifications And Sample Changes
Module 21: Creating a Prioritized Backlog
  •    Creating A Prioritized Backlog
Module 22: Conduct Release Planning
  •    Conduct Release Planning
Module 23: Sprints
  •    Sprints
Module 24: Scrum Framework
  •    Scrum Framework – Part 1 Roles
  •    Scrum Framework – Part 2 Ceremonies
  •    Scrum Framework – Part 3 Artifacts
Module 25: Scrum of Scrums
  •    Scrum Of Scrums
Module 26: Scrum Demo
  •    Scrum Demo
Module 27: Review
  •    Review
  •    Outro

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