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Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide )—Fifth Edition (ENGLISH)
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition reflects the collaboration and knowledge of working project managers and provides the fundamentals of project management as they apply to a wide range of projects. This internationally recognized standard gives project managers the essential tools to practice project management and deliver organizational results.
43,74€
Guide to the project management body of knowledge Guida Al Project Management Body of Knowledge (Guida Al PMBOK®)–Quinta Edizione -- (ITALIAN)
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition reflects the collaboration and knowledge of working project managers and provides the fundamentals of project management as they apply to a wide range of projects. This internationally recognized standard gives project managers the essential tools to practice project management and deliver organizational results
43,55€
 The Standard for Program Management—Third Edition The Standard for Program Management—Third Edition
This standard helps program managers find the best means of achieving their goals and driving organizational success. With the ability to help assess the variety of factors linking projects under one program and provide the best allotment of resources between those projects, the standard is an invaluable tool for program, project and portfolio managers alike, as well as project stakeholders and senior management.
36,55€
 The Standard for Portfolio Management—Third Edition The Standard for Portfolio Management—Third Edition
If project and program management are disciplines for doing the work right, portfolio management is the discipline for doing the right work. Portfolio managers oversee a collection of projects or programs and other work that are grouped together to meet strategic business objectives.
36,55€
 Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3®)—Third Edition Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3®)—Third Edition
Organizations benefit from achieving organizational project management maturity — when projects aren’t just executed randomly, but are tied to business strategy and support business goals. Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3) provides the tools organizations need to measure their maturity against a comprehensive set of organizational best practices.
75,00€
 Practice Standard for Project Risk Management Practice Standard for Project Risk Management
Project risk management involves planning risk management, identifying risks, prioritizing risks before they occur in order to minimize negative impacts of threats on your projects and maximize the upside impact of opportunities, conducting quantitative risk analysis to estimate overall project risk, responding to identified high-priority risks and monitoring and controlling those risks and their responses.
43,00€
 Practice Standard for Earned Value Management—Second Edition Practice Standard for Earned Value Management—Second Edition
Based on the fundamental principle that past patterns and trends can be good indicators of the future, earned value management (EVM) helps you clearly and objectively see where your project is going and compare it to where it’s supposed to be. This standard describes the elements of EVM and offers examples of how it can fit any project or situation.
43,00€
 Practice Standard for Project Configuration Management Practice Standard for Project Configuration Management
Project configuration management (PCM) is the collective body of processes, activities, tools and methods project practitioners can use to manage items during the project life cycle. PCM addresses the composition of a project, the documentation defining it and other data supporting it. It is a baseline- and requirements-management process that provides managed control to all phases of a project life cycle.
35,00€
 Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures—Second Edition (Reaffirmed) Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures—Second Edition (Reaffirmed)
Work breakdown structures (WBS) are used to define project deliverables and establish the structure to manage work to completion. This standard supplies project managers and team members with direction for the preliminary development and implementation of work breakdown structures.
35,00€
 Practice Standard for Scheduling—Second Edition Practice Standard for Scheduling—Second Edition
Effective project scheduling and time management are critical factors in the success or failure of a particular project. The Practice Standard for Scheduling transforms chapter six of the PMBOK®Guide, Project Time Management, into an actionable and objective measurement process for project schedules and schedule models
43,00€
 Practice Standard for Project Estimating Practice Standard for Project Estimating
Effective project management requires consistent and repeatable processes and methodologies to manage the constraints of scope, time, cost and quality. The Practice Standard for Project Estimating provides guidance for achieving that through a sound estimating discipline for your project.
43,00€
 Project Manager Competency Development Framework—Second Edition Project Manager Competency Development Framework—Second Edition
This framework standard identifies ways to improve the personal competencies you need to be successful. Increase your capacity for personal growth with guidance for refining the three areas of project management competence: knowledge and skills, performance, and personal behavior and attitudes.
39,00€
 Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide
Learn how an effective project management methodology integrates globally-accepted best practices with business-specific processes and techniques.
26,00€
 Navigating Complexity: A Practice Guide Navigating Complexity: A Practice Guide
Understand how to navigate complexity in projects and programs using principles, tools and techniques referenced in the PMBOK® Guide and other PMI foundational standards
26,00€
 Managing Change in Organizations: A Practice Guide Managing Change in Organizations: A Practice Guide
Go in-depth on the change management processes discussed in our foundational standards. This guide helps project and program managers to identify and account for change elements within a project or program plan; to create clear and powerful strategies to guide organizational development; and to execute those strategies reliably and effectively.
26,00€
 Software Extension to the PMBOK®Guide Fifth Edition Software Extension to the PMBOK®Guide Fifth Edition
This standard, developed by PMI jointly with IEEE Computer Society, provides guidance on the management of software development projects, and bridges the gap between the traditional, predictive approach described in the PMBOK® Guide and iterative approaches such as agile more commonly used in software development.
41,00€
 Construction Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition Construction Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition
Much of the PMBOK® Guide is directly applicable to construction projects. In the worldwide construction industry, though, project management concepts and practice have broadened. The changes differ sufficiently from other industries and applications to warrant this updated extension.
31,00€
 Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition
This standard outlines the guiding principles for government projects and provides a framework to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and accountability. It provides an overview of the key processes used in most public sectors, defines key terms, describes how government projects operate, and reviews government program life cycles.
31,00€

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Costo di partecipazione: 2.400 euro
Scadenze iscrizioni: 05 ottobre 2018

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Numero max partecipanti: 30
Durata: 9 mesi (ottobre 2019 a luglio 2020)
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prof. Fabio Nonino

Segreteria CAF

Indirizzo: Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale “Antonio Ruberti” (DIAG), Via Ariosto, 25 - 00185 - Roma - Italia
Email: cafpppm@diag.uniroma1.it

Docenti di riferimento

prof. Fabio Nonino
fabio.nonino@uniroma1.it

dot.sa Anna Maria Felici
annamaria.felici@pmi-centralitaly.org