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Currently GreyCampus offers the following courses for classroom and online:CLASSROOMProject management : PMP Boot camp, PMP Speed PREP, PRINCE2® Foundation, PRINCE2® Practitioner, PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner Training, PMP Virtual Classroom Training.Quality Management : Six Sigma Green Belt, Six Sigma Black Belt, Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt Training & Certification.ITIL: ITIL Foundation Classroom Training.ONLINEProject management : PMP Online Training Course, CAPM Online Training Course, PRINCE2® Foundation Online, PRINCE2® Practitioner Online, PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner Online Training, PMI-ACP Online Training Course.Quality Management : Six Sigma Green Belt Online Training Course, Six Sigma Black Belt Online Training Course, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Online Training Course, Lean Six Sigma Black B
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Learning objectives: Stakeholders are individuals who get impacted by the Project. Stakeholder Management involves identification of Stakeholders, analysis of their requirements, developing appropriate processes and communication channels to work with Stakeholders. In this module, learn about concepts and techniques related to identifying stakeholders, planning, managing and monitoring stakeholder engagements.Topics:Identify StakeholdersPlan Stakeholder EngagementManage Stakeholder EngagementMonitor Stakeholder Engagement
Learning Objectives: A formal process to obtain goods or services from external suppliers is known as Procurement. Learn about the procurement process, relevant documents and contracts, and details about planning, managing and controlling sellers. Topics:Plan Procurement ManagementConduct ProcurementsControl Procurements
Learning Objectives: Risk Management is all about anticipating Risks and having a proper plan in place that will help resolve the Risk when it occurs. Proper Risk Management also helps in reducing unnecessary stress, prevents many issues from occurring during Project Execution. In this module, learn about Risk Management Planning, techniques to identify, analyse and monitor risks, and how to plan risk responses and implement them. Topics:Plan Risk ManagementIdentify RisksPerform Qualitative Risk AnalysisPerform Quantitative Risk AnalysisPlan Risk ResponsesImplement Risk ResponsesMonitor Risks
Learning Objectives: Communicating on Projects require determining the Information and Communication needs of the Stakeholders. Stakeholders an indispensable part of any Project. Learn about Communications Planning, managing communications, Performance Reporting and monitoring communications as part of this module.Topics: Plan Communications ManagementManage CommunicationsMonitor Communications
Learning Objectives: Resource Management planning deals with identifying and documenting Project Roles, Responsibilities, and Reporting Relationships as well as creating Staffing Management Plan. Apart from this, you will also learn to estimate resources, onboard project team members, develop, manage and control them. This includes tracking Team and Individual performances. Also learn about methods to motivate, build and lead build high-performance teams.Topics: Plan Resource ManagementEstimate Activity ResourcesAcquire ResourcesDevelop TeamManage TeamControl Resources
Learning Objectives: Quality Management involves Quality Planning, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control. In this module, you will learn about the key Concepts, basics of well-known quality standards and several related Tools & Techniques related to Quality Management.Topics: Plan Quality ManagementManage QualityControl Quality
Learning Objectives: Cost Management Plan focuses on Planning and estimating Cost and budget for the Project, and Controlling Cost. In this module, you will also learn about earned value management or analysis.Topics: Plan Cost ManagementEstimate CostsDetermine BudgetControl Costs
Learning Objectives: Schedule Management is the process of developing, maintaining and communicating schedules for Time and Resource in Project Management. This module emphasises the importance of delivering the Project on time. You will learn how to plan and estimate a project’s schedule, how to monitor and control it. Several related techniques are covered in-depth. Topics:Plan Schedule ManagementDefine ActivitiesSequence ActivitiesEstimate Activity DurationsDevelop ScheduleControl Schedule
Learning Objectives: PMBOK® defines Project Scope as the “The work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with the specified features and functions.” Learn the key concepts and techniques to plan for and define project requirements and scope, how to breakdown project work into smaller components, how to control scope changes and learn about the process of signing off project outputs after their delivery. Topics: Plan Scope ManagementCollect RequirementsDefine ScopeCreate Work Breakdown StructureValidate ScopeControl Scope
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn how to manage a project as an integrated whole. This involves creating a project charter, performing detailed project planning and obtaining plan sign-offs, executing, monitoring and controlling the project, reviewing change requests and closing the project. You will learn several associated techniques. You will also learn about concepts, details and techniques related to knowledge management. Topics: Overview of Project Integration ManagementDevelop Project CharterDevelop Project Management PlanDirect and Manage Project WorkManage Project KnowledgeMonitor and Control Project WorkPerform Integrated Change ControlClose Project or Phase
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn about Project Manager role, Skills and Competencies, Sphere of Influence, and the Project Manager’s role as a Project Integrator.Topics: Project Manager's Sphere of InfluenceProject Manager's CompetenciesIntegration by the Project Manager
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn about internal and external factors that influences the Project such as Project Life Cycle, Project Phases, Organization Structures, Process Assets, and Enterprise Environmental Factors.Topics: Organizational influencesOrganizational systemsProject management office
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn the basic terms and skills that are applied in a Project Environment (PMI®, PMP®, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)- Sixth Edition, Project, Program and Portfolio, PMO, Project Life Cycle, Stakeholders, Process Groups, Project Business Documents, Tailoring & Project Success Measures). Topics:Projects & importance of Project ManagementRelationship of Project, Program, Portfolio & Operations ManagementKey components - Project and Development Lifecycles, Project Phase & Phase Gate, Project Management Processes, Process Groups, Project Management Data & InformationTailoringProject Management Business Documents - Project Business Case, Project Benefits Management Plan, Project Charter & Project Management Plan, Project Success Measu
Goal: To understand the two types of tailoring depending on whether an organization has its own PRINCE2® based method or not, what can be tailored, who is responsible for it and where it is documented; Realize how tailoring is constrained and influenced by context, become familiar with how to tailor a few commonly known Project contexts; To get clarity about adopting and embedding PRINCE2®, along with the key activities or steps to adopt PRINCE2® (tailor the method) for an organization Objectives: After completing this module, you should be able to:Identify the elements that can be tailored in a PRINCE2® ProjectRecognize the ways of tailoring Projects in a few common situations or contextsIdentify the key steps to adopt PRINCE2® in an organization Topics:Tailoring PRINCE2®Tailoring – some common situations/contextsAdopting
Goal: To understand the purpose, objectives, contexts, associated activities and responsibilities of all the Processes; To become aware of general and Project context based tailoring guidelines for individual Processes, and overall tailoring guidelines for Processes as a whole Objectives: After completing this module, you should be able to:Perform the 7 Processes with their associated relevant activities during the Project lifecyclePerform Process specific tailoring based on Project contextApply general Process tailoring guidelines to a Project Topics:Starting up a ProjectDirecting a ProjectInitiating a ProjectControlling a stageManage product deliveryManaging a stage boundaryClosing a ProjectTailoring the Processes
Goal: To understand the linkage of themes to Principles and the minimum requirements of each Theme, including the products that must be created and maintained; Understand the responsibilities in each theme and how to tailor the Themes for a Project based on guidance; Gain awareness to apply the Themes to Projects with different organizations, environments and delivery approaches, and PRINCE2® recommended techniques for the various Themes Objectives: After completing this module, you should be able to:Link Themes to PrinciplesApply the minimum requirements to each Theme in a ProjectTailor the Themes for a Project based on guidanceApply Themes to Projects with different organizations, environments and delivery approachesApply recommended or alternative techniques of Themes to Projects Topics:Business caseOrganizatio
Goal: To understand the characteristics of PRINCE2® Principles and the 7 Principles in detail Objectives: After completing this module, you should be able to:Understand the characteristics of the 7 PRINCE2® PrinciplesDifferentiate between the 7 PRINCE2® Principles Topics:The seven PRINCE2® Principles
Goal: To understand the benefits and structure of PRINCE2®, the difference between Project and operations, the characteristics and performance aspects of a Project and the various possible contexts of a Project Objectives: After completing this module, you should be able to:Explain the benefits and structure of PRINCE2®Differentiate between Project and OperationsList all characteristics and performance aspects of a ProjectIdentify the context of a Project Topics:About PRINCE2®About ProjectsThe PRINCE2® integrated environment
Learning Objectives: This is a specially designed module, which will help you to understand the PMI-ACP Exam question patterns and the tips to address them. We will also guide you with a study plan, which you may follow to pass your exam. It will also contain a list of materials and online links, which you may refer for further reading to enhance your knowledge and skills. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -Exam Question patternsStudy PlanExam TipsRelated Readings.
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn how the Agile team focuses on continuous improvement on the product, processes as well as the team through process analysis and tailoring, feedbacks, reviews and retrospectives. You will also learn the PMI Codes of ethics and Professional Conducts expected from you as an Agile practitioner. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -6 TasksContinuous Improvement - ProcessProcess AnalysisValue Stream MappingContinuous Improvement – ProductProduct Review & FeedbackContinuous Improvement – PeopleRetrospectivesTools & TechniquesPMI’s Code ethics and Professional Conduct
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn the agile practice to identify, resolve and prevent issues and threats early in the project and throughout the project. You will also learn the concepts of cost of change, escaped defects, Technical Debt, Cycle Time & Lead time, Risk-adjusted backlog and Risk burndown graph. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -5 TasksProblems and their impact on ProjectCreate Open & Safe EnvironmentAgile Metrics (Lead Time, Cycle time, Throughput, Productivity, Defect Rate)Problem DetectionProblem SolvingRisk Management Life CycleTools & Techniques
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn the Agile multi-level planning process, Sizing and Estimation, Tools & Techniques, Progressive Elaboration, Rolling Wave Planning, User Stories, Time Boxing and other agile concepts related to adaptive planning. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -10 TasksAgile vs Predictive planningPrinciples of Agile planning processProgressive Elaboration & Rolling Wave PlanningValue based analysis and decompositionUser StoriesProduct BacklogTimeboxingAgile Sizing & EstimationTools & TechniquesMulti-Level Planning (High Level, Release, Iteration)
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn all about a high performing agile team. This includes Agile Roles, Team Rules, Generalized Specialists, Team space, Technical and interpersonal skills, Team development, mentoring and coaching, Team Performance measurement, Team empowerment and emerging leadership. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -9 TasksAgile Team RolesBuilding an Agile TeamCharacteristics of High-Performing TeamCockburn’s Skill Mastery Model (Shu-Ha-Ri)Dreyfus Skill Acquisition ModelTuckman’s Team Formation ModelTeam MotivationEmpowerment and Emerging LeadershipTraining, Coaching & MentoringCollaborative Team SpaceCommunication and Knowledge SharingTeam Performance Metrics
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn the benefits of engaging stakeholders in the project. You will also learn how to establish a shared vision, various collaboration techniques, effective communication and interpersonal skills. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -9 TasksIdentify and engage empowered business stakeholdersShare project information frequently and throughout the project with stakeholdersEnsure stakeholder’s involvement through working agreementsAgile CharteringAgile ModellingManage Stakeholder’s Expectation through shared vision, shared understanding of success criteria, transparency on project status and forecasting.Communication & Knowledge SharingCollaboration
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn the tools and techniques of maximizing business value through prioritization, incremental delivery, adjusting risks and frequent testing and feedback. You will also learn the various low-tech high touch tools used in an agile project. You will also learn the concept of Agile contracting and the various types of contracts prevalent for agile projects. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -14 TasksAgile Value PropositionFrequent and Incremental DeliveryValue Assessment & Economic modelsEVM for Agile ProjectsLittle’s lawPrioritizationMinimal Marketable ProductFactor Risk Reduction efforts into Product BacklogFrequent Verification and ValidationAgile ToolsAgile Contracting
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn the required knowledge of Agile Principles, Manifesto, its fundamental values and different methodologies to practice agile thinking. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module -9 TasksWhy AgileAgile ManifestoAgile PrinciplesAgile Methodologies, Frameworks and processesAgile Leadership
Learning Objectives: At the end of this module you will learn all about PMI-ACP exam which includes; latest exam content, Eligibility criteria, Application process and fees structure and other relevant knowledge required to appear and pass the exam. Topics: Following is the list of topics to be covered in this module-About PMI & ACPACP Exam & EligibilityPMI-ACP Application Process OverviewThe Seven Domains and their overviewThe weightage of questions in the seven domainsTools & TechniquesKnowledge & Skills
Learning Objectives - In this module, there will be 2 sets of AXELOS mock exam based on final certification model.
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will focus on making changes to suit the changing business needs, continually monitor and measure services against the Service Level Management. Proactively look for bringing improvements to the service delivered cost effectively and efficiently. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Vision to Measurement, Critical Success Factors, Key Performance Indicators, Deming's Plan, Do, Check & Act, CSI model & Seven Step Improvement Process.
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will be guided on the day to day management of IT Service Operations. This is where the value is seen by the customers and several processes and function activities are measured with the parameters defined in the Service Level Management. This is also a phase where in improvements keep happening to ensure that the services delivered are effective and efficient. This phase is where Strategy, Design & Transition stages are tested. Stability and day-to-day operations are managed the way business wants. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Supplier management, monitoring & measuring operational activities, different types of Events, meaning of Incidents, how are Problem different from Incidents, incident model, problem model, different types of Events and its meaning, Request Fulfilment model, different types of Service
Learning Objectives - In this module, you be guided on managing changes in a controlled manner; build, test & deploy the change into production, control IT assets & effectively make use of data, information, knowledge for decision making. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Different types of changes, CAB meetings, Remediation planning, Configuration Management System, CMDB, DML will be covered through Change Management, Service Asset Configuration Management, Release & Deployment, Service Knowledge Management Processes.
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will get into meticulous details and plans to deliver the service as required by the strategy. A significant document called the Service Design Package (SDP) is prepared in this phase which is then passed onto Service Transition for execution. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Four Ps of Service Design, Service Design Package, Five Aspects of Service Design are covered in this phase. Planning for Availability, Capacity, Continuity, Security, managing suppliers and agreements, design to measure IT services are covered in the relevant processes.
Learning Objectives - In this module, 'the end in mind' is visualized and provides direction to subsequent lifecycle stages to carry out the guidelines and procedures in delivering the IT services. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Governance, Risks, Budget, strategic Assets, Utility & Warranty, Characteristics of value, are some of the key concepts that is discussed apart from the purpose, objectives, scope of the following processes viz., Service Portfolio Management; Financial Management; Business Relationship Management.
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will learn to define the concept of a service, and to comprehend and explain the concept of service management as a practice. On completion of this module, you have to take an exercise that would reinforce learning. Topics - Why ITIL® is the Best Practice, Processes, Functions, definition of IT Service Management, what is service and how it brings value to customers, different type of customers and service providers, different stakeholders.
Learning Objectives - Organizing Project information for viewing and sharing. Topics - Copy Views and Reports, View Slipped Tasks, Print Views and Reports, Reports (Visual, Dashboard, Resources, In Progress).
Learning Objectives - Understand how to update actual project information and compare to the plan. Topics - Critical Path Analysis, Setting Baseline, Updating Project with Actual Results, Comparing to Baseline and Tracking Gantt View, EVMS, Status Date, Tables (Earned Value, Earned Value Cost Indicators, Earned Value Schedule Indicators), Earned Value options for Project.
Learning Objectives - Understanding how to view project information in different formats. Topics - Defining Date Format, Currency Format, Font, Text Styles, Format Bar, Bar Styles, Format Layout, Format Gridlines, Progress Lines, Format Columns, Column Settings, Field Settings, Custom Fields.
Learning Objectives - Understand how to create resources and assign resources, understanding how to view costs for individual Tasks, Modules and the Total Project. Topics - Creating Resources, Resource type, Group, Code, Setting Resource Calendar, Cost, Notes, Assigning Resources and Resource Load Analysis, Viewing Project Costs.
Learning Objectives - Understand how to define scope on project. Topics - Auto Scheduled and Manually Scheduled Tasks, Entering Tasks and subtasks, Duration, Notes, Constraints, Hyperlinks, Deadlines, Entering and Deleting Tasks, Indent and Outdent, Establishing Dependencies and Assigning Milestones, Recurring Tasks.
Learning Objectives - Familiarize with MS project tool and the initial settings. Topics - The Interface, Tabs (Task, Resource, Report, Project, View, Format), Backstage view, Project Information, Setup a new project, Setup Project Calendar, Setup non working days, Enter basic project information.
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn to develop control mechanism. You will also learn about tools like Control Charts, which will be used depending on the type of data and sustenance measures.Topics: Establishing Control Plans to sustain gains, Introduction to Statistical process Control (SPC) Charts, Identifying special and common causes, etc. ,Selection and application of right control charts, Application of the following types of Control charts: X bar R, X bar S, individual and moving range (ImR/ Xmr),NP,P,C and U.Analysis of Control Charts- Interpret control charts results, common & special causes using rules for determining statistical control. Controlling the changes using poka yoke (mistake proofing), Analyzing new process capability and defining control plans
Learning Objectives: Various improvement methodologies to improve the process, prioritizing Root causes and shortlisting solutions.Topics: Understanding Value, Evaluating Value added & Non value added activities using Value stream mapping, 5S ( Set, Sort, Straighten, Strengthen, Stabilize),Muda, Driving Kaizen events
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will understand the Data driven approach of analyzing data and use of various statistical techniques to infer results.Topics: Data analysis techniques, Tools used for data analysis, Pareto Chart, Fishbone, FMEA.Statistical hypothesis to validate the assumption ( Assumption based on P-value), Understanding Type I and Type II error, Analysis of Means using variation (ANOVA), Analyzing the statistical significance of 2 data sets using Correlation, Usage of Regression models to predict & estimate Y’s with X inputs.Interpreting Chi-Square to determine statistical significance.
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will understand baselining the metric of Improvement, the types of data and Data Collection plan.Topics: Process analysis & mapping, Identifying the detailed AS-IS processes, Understanding the tools to create a process map, Dos & Don’ts of process mapping, SIPOC, Understanding data, Types of data & characteristics, Basic statistics - Mean, Median, Mode, Standard deviation & Variation, Data collection techniques, Understanding data sampling and techniques, Defining a unit and evaluating DPU, DPO, DPMO, Computing process sigma for discrete & continuous data type.
Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn about overview and history of Six Sigma, benefits of Six Sigma and you will get a kick start on a Six Sigma Project.Topics: Introduction & overview of six sigma project management, Who are customers, what are the types of customers?, What is Voice Of Customer(VOC), What are Critical To Quality (CTQ ), How do we map CTQs to internal Critical to Business Processes (CBP ), Elements of a project charter- Problem statement, Business case, Goal statement, Project scope & Project team
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