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Change Management


This course builds on the best practices for Integrated Change Control already taught in the PMP® Exam Preparation Course. The course teaches students how to put the theories taught by the PMP®Exam Preparation Course into practice. The course focuses on how to create and implement a change management plan, how to identify the decision makers, and how to ensure approved changes are correctly implemented. This is a 2 day course using classroom lectures, visual aids, examples, and exercises to enhance learning. This course will provide the student with 15 PDU’s.

Day 1:

  • Introductions, 2 day agenda and course overview, identifying student goals and objectives for the course.
  • Formulating the plan, what should go into the plan, defining the change management process, scaling the process to fit the project, defining communications requirements, and identifying the decision makers.
  • An exercise requiring the class to group together in teams of 4 or 5 students to read analyze a case study and propose solutions which they will present to the class.

Day 2:

  • Implementing the plan including: communication and education strategies, organizational bad habits and how to change them, using the project sponsor to change organizational behavior, when to change baselines, how to define and implement corrective and preventive actions.
  • Monitoring and controlling changes to the project including: how to respond to change requests, how to provide estimates, providing the right information to the change control board, how to handle changes that try to circumvent the process, and how to communicate new baselines.
  • An exercise requiring the class to group together in teams of 4 or 5 students to read analyze a case study and propose solutions which they will present to the class.
  • Review of the students goals & objectives, questions and answers.

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