About the Specialization

project management is all about setting and achieving reasonable and attainable goals. It is the process of planning, organizing, and overseeing how and when these goals are met. Unlike business managers who oversee a specific functional business area, project managers orchestrate all aspects of time-limited, discrete projects. For instance, a project manager who's overseeing the development of a new product or service may manage folks from departments as disparate as marketing, IT, and human resources.

There is projected to be 15.7 million new project management roles to be added globally across seven project-intensive industries by 2020 reaching an economic impact of over $18 trillion, across seven project-intensive industries including Manufacturing, Finance & Insurance, Information Services, Utilities, Business Services, Oil & Gas and Construction (Project Management Institute)
75% of IT executives believe their projects are “doomed from the start. (Geneca)
The healthcare industry is projected to increase project management roles by 30%, a higher growth rate than any current project intensive industry between 2010 and 2020. (Project Management Institute)
A third of all projects were successfully completed on time and on budget over the past year. (Standish Group)
80% of "high-performing" projects are led by a certified project manager. (PricewaterhouseCoopers, Insights and Trends: Current Programme and Project Management Practices 2012)

https://projectjournal.co.uk/2016/03/16/15-shocking-project-management-statistics/

Salaries

Average Pay: 90118.00 / yr
$68K $120K

Career Paths

BHow to become Business Analyst?

This course provides a realistic overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does. So what does a Business Analysis do? A Business Analysis helps businesses do business better. The person who carries out this task is called a business analyst or BA.

Who can choose this career

Whether you are a scrum master, product owner, team member, business stakeholder or simply someone who wants to understand what makes scrum tick, this is the place to start. If you are preparing for a scrum master certification or other scrum certification, this class is for you.

requirements
  • A strong desire to learn business analysis
  • Some business strategy knowledge helpful
  • No technical background required
Career Courses
Course 1

Business Analysis Training

Business analysts skills are in demand. According to the U.S. bureau of labor statistics, a 20% job growth rate for business analysts is expected till 2024, and the outlook for the rest of the world should be higher still. Join us as we take you through the foundations of business analysis tools and techniques.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Overview of Business Analysis

  • 1.1  About Business Analysis?
  • 1.2  Who can be Business Analysts
  • 1.3  Roles & Responsibilities of a Business Analyst
  • 1.4  Software Hall of Shame
  • 1.5  Prospects for a Business Analyst
  • 1.6  Limitations of a Business Analyst
  • 1.7  Constant Learning

Module 2: Overview of a company/corporate

  • 2.1  What is a company
  • 2.2   Different departments
  • 2.3   Different roles / job types
  • 2.4   Tasks
  • 2.5   IT Dept & its relation
  • 2.6   Positioning of BA

Module 3: Overview of a Project

  • 3.1  Definition of Project
  • 3.2   Types of Projects
  • 3.3   Dependencies of Projects

Module 4: Basic Project Management Principles Review

  • 4.1  Roles & Responsibilities
  • 4.2   Triple Constraint
  • 4.3   PMP Certification

Module 5: What is Business Analysis

  • 5.1  Define Business & Analysis
  • 5.2   Role of a BA
  • 5.3   Tasks BA may not do

Module 6: General Phases of IT Project

  • 6.1  Requirements
  • 6.2   Design
  • 6.3   Development
  • 6.4   Testing

Module 7: Types of Requirements

  • 7.1  High Level Requirements
  • 7.2   Low Level Requirements
  • 7.3   Functional Requirements
  • 7.4   Non-Functional Requirements / Supplementary Requirements
  • 7.5   GUI Requirements
  • 7.6   Data Requirements

Module 8: SDLC Methodologies

  • 8.1  Waterfall Methodology
  • 8.2   Spiral Methodology
  • 8.3   Agile Methodology
  • 8.4   Extreme Programming
  • 8.5   SCRUM
  • 8.6   RUP

Module 9: Important BA Templates

  • 9.1  BRD
  • 9.2   FSD
  • 9.3   FRD
  • 9.4   SRS
  • 9.5   Use Cases
  • 9.6   Vision
  • 9.7   BSAR
  • 9.8   Process Flows
  • 9.9   TRD
  • 9.10   TSR
  • 9.11   Impact Assessment
Course 2

UML for Business Analyst

About all the different UML diagrams use cases, class diagrams, sequence diagrams, activity diagram and more. I will talk about each of them in detail. You will learn how to read and comprehend any UML diagram and you also learn the important guidelines to build them provided by subject matter experts.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Basic Concepts

  • 1.1  Conquering Complexity
  • 1.2   Data Encapsulation and Abstraction
  • 1.3   Why Objects
  • 1.4   Object State
  • 1.5   Identity and Behavior
  • 1.6   Classes - Inside and Outside View

Module 2: Inheritance and Reusability

  • 2.1  Subclass
  • 2.2   Superclass
  • 2.3   Abstract Class
  • 2.4   "Is-A" vs. "Has-A" Perspectives
  • 2.5   Polymorphism
  • 2.6   Typing
  • 2.7   and Binding

Module 3: UML Overview

  • 3.1  What is UML
  • 3.2   Models vs. Diagrams

Module 4: Use Case Models

  • 4.1  Actors
  • 4.2   Pre-Conditions
  • 4.3   Post-Conditions
  • 4.4   Exceptions
  • 4.5   Use Case Relationships
  • 4.6   Use Case Diagrams

Module 5: Expanding Use Cases

  • 5.1  Activity Diagrams
  • 5.2   Swimlanes
  • 5.3   Use Case Descriptions

Module 6: Object Modeling

  • 6.1  Building a Conceptual Model
  • 6.2   Designing Class Diagrams

Module 7: Class Diagrams

  • 7.1  Objects and Classes
  • 7.2   Class Attributes
  • 7.3   Class Operations
  • 7.4   Associations
  • 7.5   Multiplicity
  • 7.6   Association Classes
  • 7.7   Role names
  • 7.8   Ordering
  • 7.9   Qualifiers
  • 7.10   Aggregation
  • 7.11   Generalization
  • 7.12   Ternary Associations

Module 8: State Diagrams

  • 8.1  Events and States
  • 8.2   Scenarios
  • 8.3   Event Trace
  • 8.4   Attributes
  • 8.5   Transitions
  • 8.6   Guarded Transitions
  • 8.7   Actions
  • 8.8   Activities
  • 8.9   Nested State Diagrams

Module 9: Sequence Diagrams

  • 9.1  Object Interactions
  • 9.2   Messaging
  • 9.3   System Events

Module 10: Collaboration Diagrams

  • 10.1  Messages and Links
  • 10.2   Parameters
  • 10.3   Return Values
  • 10.4   Sequencing
  • 10.5   Iteration
  • 10.6   Mutually Exclusive Conditionals
  • 10.7   Creation

Module 11: Design Patterns

  • 11.1  Why use Patterns?
  • 11.2   Discovering Patterns
  • 11.3   Creator Pattern
  • 11.4   Singleton Pattern
  • 11.5   Controller Pattern
  • 11.6   Polymorphism Interfaces
  • 11.7   Facade Pattern
  • 11.8   Proxy Pattern
  • 11.9   Command Pattern
  • 11.10   Publish-Subscribe Pattern
  • 11.11   Model-View Separation
Course 3

Advance: Macros in MS Excel

This course starts you out with the basics of VB programming, and teaches you to use it to its fullest potential within Excel.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction Of Macros
  • 1.2   Vb Editor
  • 1.3   Project Explorer
  • 1.4   Project Properties
  • 1.5   Project Modules
  • 1.6   Sub Procedure
  • 1.7   Cell Color
  • 1.8   Border
  • 1.9   Alignments
  • 1.10   Cells And Range Arguments
  • 1.11   Cells Arguments

Module 2: Working With Variables

  • 2.1  Dimension(Dim) Declaration
  • 2.2   Integer
  • 2.3  Long
  • 2.4  Single
  • 2.5  Double Declaration
  • 2.6   String Variables Declaration
  • 2.7   Msgbox
  • 2.8   Cells Using Loop
  • 2.9   Two Range's Or Multiple Range's

Module 3: Accessing Sheet And Workbook

  • 3.1  If Condition
  • 3.2   Working With Sheet To Sheet
  • 3.3   Working With Sheet To Multiple Sheets
  • 3.4   Working With Workbook To Workbook
  • 3.5   Sheets Creation
  • 3.6   Deletion Day

Module 4: Macros

  • 4.1  Macros Create
  • 4.2   Edit
  • 4.3  Delete
  • 4.4   Using Multiple Loops
  • 4.5   Goto Command
  • 4.6  Sample Project
  • 4.7   Based On Covered Topics

Module 5: Introduction Of Vba Components

  • 5.1  Form Controls
  • 5.2   Command Button
  • 5.3   List Box
  • 5.4   Hlookup
  • 5.5   Combo Box
  • 5.6   Match
  • 5.7   Option Button
  • 5.8   Active X Controls

Module 6: Projects

  • 6.1  Sample Project
  • 6.2   Based On Covered Topics

Module 7: VBA Integration

  • 7.1  User Form To User Form Integration
  • 7.2   User Form To Sub Procedure Integration
  • 7.3   User Form Protection
  • 7.4   Vba Coding Protection

Module 8: Handling Macros

  • 8.1  Record Macro
  • 8.2   Editing Recorded Coding
  • 8.3   How To Use Recorded Coding Use To Our Programming
  • 8.4   Macros
  • 8.5   Macros In All Open Workbooks
PHow to become Project Manager?

This course provides a realistic overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does. So what does a Business Analysis do? A Business Analysis helps businesses do business better. The person who carries out this task is called a business analyst or BA.

Who can choose this career

Whether you are a scrum master, product owner, team member, business stakeholder or simply someone who wants to understand what makes scrum tick, this is the place to start. If you are preparing for a scrum master certification or other scrum certification, this class is for you.

requirements
  • A strong desire to learn business analysis
  • Some business strategy knowledge helpful
  • No technical background required
Career Courses
Course 1

Sharepoint for business analysis

This course give you complete knowledge to use SharePoint to manage your projects in easy, timely and successfully
Course curriculum

Module 1: Available Roles in a SharePoint Project

  • 1.1  The Opportunities and Challenges of a SharePoint Project
  • 1.2   The Business analysis Process
  • 1.3   BA role vs. Project Manager Role
  • 1.4   BA / PM competencies

Module 2: Understanding SharePoint Requirements

  • 2.1  Business
  • 2.2   User
  • 2.3   Functional
  • 2.4   Quality-of-service and implementation requirements
  • 2.5   Requirements vs. specifications Requirements vs. business rules
  • 2.6   Risk management and risk response strategies

Module 3: SharePoint Requirements Modeling

  • 3.1  Identify high level scope
  • 3.2   Identify initial requirements stack
  • 3.3   Identify an architectural vision
  • 3.4   Plan your iteration

Module 4: Change Management Process

  • 4.1  Managing the Solution Scope and Requirements
  • 4.2   Capturing the Requirements Traceability
  • 4.3   Maintaining the Requirements for re-use
  • 4.4   Managing Requirements Conflicts
  • 4.5   Preparing the Requirements Package

Module 5: Assessing and Validating Requirements

  • 5.1  Validating and verifying SharePoint Requirements
  • 5.2   Creating a master test plan
  • 5.3   Create test scenarios and test cases
Course 2

Project Management (PMP)

This course aims to overcome the challenge by preparing you with all the necessary concepts in a precise and focused manner to make you ready for the PMP exam as early as possible.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  PMP and CAPM Exam Requirements
  • 1.2   Exam Questions
  • 1.3   Maintaining Certification
  • 1.4   Exam-Taking Tips
  • 1.5   Pre-Test

Module 2: Project Management Concepts

  • 2.1  PM Definitions
  • 2.2   Organizational Structure
  • 2.3   Project Life Cycle and the Project Management Process Groups
  • 2.4   Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility
  • 2.5   Practice Test

Module 3: PM Process Group & Knowledge Areas

  • 3.1  PM Process Groups
  • 3.2   PM Knowledge Areas

Module 4: Project Integration Management

  • 4.1  Overview of Project Integration Management
  • 4.2   Develop Project Charter
  • 4.3   Develop Project Management Plan
  • 4.4   Direct and Manage Project Work
  • 4.5   Monitor and Control Project Work
  • 4.6   Perform Integrated Change Control

Module 5: Project Scope Management

  • 5.1  Overview of Project Scope Management
  • 5.2   Plan Scope Management
  • 5.3   Collect Requirements
  • 5.4   Define Scope
  • 5.5   Create WBS
  • 5.6   Validate Scope
  • 5.7   Control Scope

Module 6: Project Time Management

  • 6.1  Overview of Project Time Management
  • 6.2   Plan Schedule Management
  • 6.3   Define Activities
  • 6.4   Sequence Activities
  • 6.5   Estimate Activity Resources
  • 6.6   Estimate Activity Duration
  • 6.7   Develop Schedule

Module 7: Project Cost Management

  • 7.1  Overview of Project Cost Management
  • 7.2   Plan Cost Management
  • 7.3   Estimate Costs
  • 7.4   Determine Budget
  • 7.5   Control Costs
  • 7.6   Practice Exercises

Module 8: Project Quality Management

  • 8.1  Overview of Project Quality Management
  • 8.2   Plan Quality Management
  • 8.3   Perform Quality Assurance
  • 8.4   Control Quality
  • 8.5   Practice Exercises

Module 9: Project Human Resource Management

  • 9.1  Overview of Project Human Resource Management
  • 9.2   Plan Human Resource Management
  • 9.3   Acquire Project Team
  • 9.4   Develop Project Team
  • 9.5   Manage Project Team

Module 10: Project Communications Management

  • 10.1  Overview of Project Communications Management
  • 10.2   Plan Communications Management
  • 10.3   Manage Communications
  • 10.4   Control Communications
  • 10.5   Practice Exercises
  • 10.6   Practice Test

Module 11: Project Risk Management

  • 11.1  Overview of Project Risk Management
  • 11.2   Plan Risk Management
  • 11.3   Identify Risks
  • 11.4   Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • 11.5   Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • 11.6   Plan Risk Response
  • 11.7   Control Risks

Module 12: Project Procurement Management

  • 12.1  Overview of Project Procurement Management
  • 12.2   Plan Procurement Management
  • 12.3   Conduct Procurements
  • 12.4   Control Procurements
  • 12.5   Close Procurements
  • 12.6   Practice Exercises
  • 12.7   Practice Test

Module 13: Project Stakeholder Management

  • 13.1  Overview of Stakeholder Management
  • 13.2   Identify Stakeholders
  • 13.3   Plan Stakeholder Management
  • 13.4   Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • 13.5   Control Stakeholder Engagement
  • 13.6   Practice Exercises