As you’ve been studying for your PMP exam, you understand basic concepts, basic definitions, terminology, the role of the project manager, and the project manager code of conduct. This course will continue a deeper discussion of the processes that make up the PMBOK and the way that PMI thinks project management ought to be done. Here we will focus on the second process domain, Planning, which contains twenty-four of those processes.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Samuel Brown is a consultant and trainer with over 25 years of experience in project management and training. Samuel also serves as a subject matter expert with clients in project management, leadership, communications, and course development in these and related areas.