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PMET Estimation (14:27)

Overview Project Managers will inherently need to be aware and utilize estimation before and during projects. Here we will discuss the most common estimation techniques utilized.

PMET A RAM Called RACI (06:45)

Overview This lesson is on a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) specifically a Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed (RACI) version of a RAM. The major benefit of a RACI is you can communicate duties clearly at all times to team members and stakeholders.

PMET Communication (09:36)

Overview Project Communication is an essential tasking and skill that PMs must utilize 90% of the time. We communicate, that is what we do, and having a Communication Management Plan is the foundational tool to manage the various communications.

PMET Team Charter (09:52)

Overview The Team Charter is the Project Manager's opportunity to build some shared rules and build consensus around the team's values and decision-making. We also talk about PMI's values and ethical decision-making.

PMET Risk Response Management (10:50)

Overview Risk Response Management is all about determining what you will do if the risk triggers and how you will know when the risk triggers. Classically this is called Plan Risk Responses. We are planning what we will do. You will then throughout the project

PMET Quantitative Risk Analysis (16:20)

Overview Quantitative Risk Analysis is all about numerically analyzing the opportunity or threat of each risk. Here you will look at the impact to both the activity and the project as a whole. We now have a shorter list of risks that will help us

PMET Qualitative Risk Analysis (14:55)

Overview During qualitative risk analysis, you will be taking all the identified risks and begin to add probability and impact. This by nature will begin to filter your risks and the high-risk items will start to emerge. The benefit is, you will be able to

PMET Risk Identification (17:35)

Overview Risk identification is focused on finding any and all risks that may affect your project. It is important to use your whole project team and any stakeholders to help you identify as many possible risks.

PMET Risk Management Plan (15:26)

Overview Planning for risks on a project is an essential skill to ensure your project doesn't encounter unexpected budget, scope, or schedule impacts. It all starts with building a comprehensive plan and we want to give you the 80% solution so you can save time.

PMET Sprint Planning (11:35)

Overview And some say there is no planning in Scrum! Here is where you plan your Sprint by selecting the Product Backlog Items and move them to your Sprint Backlog. Lots of discussion and explanation on what we are doing and how we will do