【OLB-21082802】Online far end teaching certification class for deputy director of L-B project

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    Teaching date: August 28, 110, September 4, 11, 18, 25, October 2; Saturday, 09:30-16:30
    Teaching method: online far end teaching (google meet)
    Teaching staff: hire IPMA Level-B international project management certified assessor Professor Lu Wen-min
    Number of recruits: 20

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    [Recruitment target] Anyone with the following qualifications can be accepted

            1. Those who have obtained IPMA Level-D or C and want to upgrade to obtain a Level-B project management certificate
                (written exam is exempt)

            2. Those who have practical experience in participating in project management (planning) (as a project manager, consulting role,
                counseling role, or work package leader, etc.)

            3. Serving as project planning counseling consultants, consultants, etc.

    4. Middle and senior executives and department heads of the enterprise organization

    【Training Mode】

    This course focuses on the methods, tools and steps of the "International Project Management Knowledge System", integrated into ICB4.0 (29 international project management functional bases), combined with individual project management (plan) practical cases as the topic, professional project management The evaluator provides guidance for writing, seminars, and seminars, so that students can better understand and reflect on the performance of the management process through the project planning experience they have implemented. And coach students to participate in the IPMA International Project Management Level-B project manager certification.



                  [Certification Evaluation Module and Program] 

    Certification written test: There are a total of 120 questions in the online written test, with a full score of 100 points; ≧70 points for
            passing the certification written test.

    Written report: The personal "IPMA International Project Management Professional Qualification Certification Function Report" and related
            certification forms submitted by the trainees are used as the basis for the IPMA International Project Management Level-B project manager                interview certification evaluation.


    Online interview: IPMA Level-B online interview, about 90~120 minutes

    【Course Nets】



    Course outline

    Key Function Indicators (KCI)


    Day 1


    1. Project launch

    1. Project requirements, goals and value management

    2. Project feasibility analysis

    3. Project planning

    1. Project scope, WBS, OBS, RAM

    2. Human Resource Planning

    3. Schedule

    4. Cost planning

    5. Quality Planning

    6. Communication planning

    7. Risk planning

    8. Procurement Planning

    四、專4. Project execution

    1. Project execution plan

    2. Stakeholder's expectation management plan

    3. Quality Assurance

    4. Procurement and contract management

    5. project monitoring

    1. Status tracking and reporting

    2. Project change management

    3. Progress monitoring and control

    4. Cost supervision and control

    5. Quality supervision

    6. Procurement supervision

    7. Risk supervision and control

    6. Inventory of supporting documents for Level-B personal authentication

    7. Level-B personal authentication form writing, discussion and revision

    1. Develop and ensure continuous and effective operation and organizational rationality.

    2. Basic principles and characteristic management of the project.

    3. Professional standards and norms.

    4. Formal and informal power and influence.

    5. Relevant cultural characteristics, values, norms and acceptable behaviors.

    6. Reflective and self-analysis techniques, goal setting (for example: SMART method).

    7. Recognize and apply ethical values to all decisions and actions.

    8. Promote and promote open communication.

    9. Share your mission and goals, and get the work and commitment of others.

    10. Use appropriate power and influence on others to achieve goals.

    11. Promote cooperation and mesh systems among members.

    12. Analyze the causes and consequences of conflicts and crises, and choose appropriate responses.

    13. Promote and apply creative technologies to find alternatives and solutions.

    14. Reach agreements with other negotiating parties that meet your goals.

    15. Enable individuals to focus on the results of the negotiation and promote the success of the project.

    16. Select and re-evaluate comprehensive project management methods.

    17. Verify that the project quality target is achieved, and take necessary corrective and preventive measures.

    18. Monitor the financial status of the project to identify and correct deviations from the project plan.

    19. Assess the possibility and impact of risks and opportunities, select strategies and implement "response plans" to deal with risks and opportunities.

    20. Develop and maintain stakeholder strategies and communication plans.

    1. Implement benefit realization management and check whether the project configuration brings the required results.

    2. Planning for communication and execution.

    3. Identify and use best practices to manage projects.

    4. Use influence and use power when appropriate.

    5. Link different cultures and values to achieve the goals of the project.

    6. Self-reflection and self-analysis, even if you are provoked, you must control your emotions and focus on the task.

    7. Use personal values and ideals to form decisions.

    8. Open and sincere attention to novel concepts.

    9. Clearly communicate mission, goals and results, and attract others to participate in planning and making decisions.

    10. Use different methods to exert influence and power.

    11. Promote cooperation within and outside the team, and create success with the team

    12. Analyze the causes of conflicts and crises and the potential impact of crises.

    13. Use creative, divergent and convergent techniques when appropriate, To deal with diverse viewpoints and skills.


    14. Use appropriate skills and tactics to negotiate to achieve the desired outcome.

    15. Evaluate all decisions and actions based on their impact on the success of the project.

    16. Choose a method that gives the project the highest chance of success.

    17. The content and output of causal analysis based on the shortcomings of the test.

    18. Use financial performance indicators to monitor projects and predict project performance.

    19. Assess alternative means and methods of implementing the "response plan" for risks and opportunities.

    20. According to the changing situation, adjust the communication plan and strategy of the stakeholders.

    Day 2


    8. The end of the project

    1. Project acceptance

    2. End of contract and handover

    3. Submit a summary report

    4. Project experience feedback and transfer

    5. Dissolution of the project organization

    9. insight into management functions ICB 4.0

    4.3 Insight function

    4.3.1 Strategy

    4.3.2 Governance, structure and process

    4.3.3 Commitments, standards and regulations

    4.3.4 Power and benefits

    4.3.5 Culture and values

    10. Writing, discussion and revision of Level-B personal certification function report

    Day 3


    11. Personnel management functions ICB 4.0

    4.4 Personnel functions

    4.4.1 Self-reflection and management

    4.4.2 Ethics and reliability

    4.4.3 Personal communication

    4.4.4 Relationship and participation

    4.4.5 Leadership

    4.4.6 Teamwork

    4.4.7 Conflict crisis

    4.4.8 Resourceful

    4.4.9 Negotiation

    4.4.10 Results Oriented

    12. Writing, discussion and revision of Level-B personal certification function report

    Day 4


    13. Practice management functions ICB 4.0

    4.5 Practical functions

    4.5.1 Project design

    4.5.2 Requirements and goals

    4.5.3 Scope

    4.5.4 Time

    4.5.6 Quality

    4.5.7 Finance

    4.5.8 Resources

    4.5.9 Procurement

    14. Level-B personal certification function report writing, discussion and revision

    Day 5


    4.5.10 Planning and control

    4.5.11 Risks and opportunities

    4.5.12 Stakeholders

    4.5.13 Change and transformation

    15. Writing, discussion and revision of Level-B personal certification function report

    Day 6



    16. Analysis of certification test questions


    17. IPMA L-B online certification written test

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