Project Management (IPMA®) - Study Guide for Level D and Basic Certificate (GPM)

Project Management (IPMA®)

Karen Dittmann / Konstantin Dirbanis

Study Guide for Level D and Basic Certificate (GPM)

  • Exam preparation for successful IPMA® project management certification
  • Insight into the exciting profession of project managers
  • Highly qualified authors with years of experience in training
Bestellnummer E10621APDF

Use this book to prepare for the IPMA® Level D Certification and the GPM Basic Certificate. It contains all the knowledge you need to take the exams.

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Well prepared for the certification

The book contains the complete learning content for the IPMA® Level D Certification as well as the GPM Basic Certificate. It offers numerous examples, templates for project management methods and practical tips. It also aims to convey the joy of project management, which – when carried out professionally – is probably one of the most versatile and exciting professions imaginable.

The IPMA® (International Project Management Association) defines global standards for professional project management. The three competence areas of the current standard ICB4.0 (Individual Competence Baseline) Perspective (context), People (personal and social) and Practice (methods and technical) provide the certification framework for project managers. The competence-based approach of IPMA® enables the transfer into practice and goes beyond the pure knowledge acquisition of other certifications solely based on tools and methods. In this way, the transfer to everyday project management can be managed successfully.

Contents:

  • Project context: how projects are embedded in companies, what legal regulations need to be considered, the role of organizational culture in project implementation 
  • People in the project: personal and social skills for project managers, how to design projects with people for people
  • Methods and techniques: from requirements analysis to performance, resource, time and cost planning through to project controlling and project closure

All topics are explained for both classical (plan-based) and agile project management and how to combine these two approaches (hybrid).

New in the 2nd edition:

  • Modernized German standard of the current ICB 4 (valid from 01.01.2024)
  • Coverage of agile and hybrid project management
  • Continuous project examples as an aid for writing the Level D report

Vorteile

Aktuelles

The book contains the complete learning content for the IPMA® Level D Certification as well as the GPM Basic Certificate. It offers numerous examples, templates for project management methods and practical tips. It also aims to convey the joy of project management, which – when carried out professionally – is probably one of the most versatile and exciting professions imaginable.

The IPMA® (International Project Management Association) defines global standards for professional project management. The three competence areas of the current standard ICB4.0 (Individual Competence Baseline) Perspective (context), People (personal and social) and Practice (methods and technical) provide the certification framework for project managers. The competence-based approach of IPMA® enables the transfer into practice and goes beyond the pure knowledge acquisition of other certifications solely based on tools and methods. In this way, the transfer to everyday project management can be managed successfully.

Contents:

  • Project context: how projects are embedded in companies, what legal regulations need to be considered, the role of organizational culture in project implementation 
  • People in the project: personal and social skills for project managers, how to design projects with people for people
  • Methods and techniques: from requirements analysis to performance, resource, time and cost planning through to project controlling and project closure

All topics are explained for both classical (plan-based) and agile project management and how to combine these two approaches (hybrid).

New in the 2nd edition:

  • Modernized German standard of the current ICB 4 (valid from 01.01.2024)
  • Coverage of agile and hybrid project management
  • Continuous project examples as an aid for writing the Level D report

Vorteile

Aktuelles

The book contains the complete learning content for the IPMA® Level D Certification as well as the GPM Basic Certificate. It offers numerous examples, templates for project management methods and practical tips. It also aims to convey the joy of project management, which – when carried out professionally – is probably one of the most versatile and exciting professions imaginable.

The IPMA® (International Project Management Association) defines global standards for professional project management. The three competence areas of the current standard ICB4.0 (Individual Competence Baseline) Perspective (context), People (personal and social) and Practice (methods and technical) provide the certification framework for project managers. The competence-based approach of IPMA® enables the transfer into practice and goes beyond the pure knowledge acquisition of other certifications solely based on tools and methods. In this way, the transfer to everyday project management can be managed successfully.

Contents:

  • Project context: how projects are embedded in companies, what legal regulations need to be considered, the role of organizational culture in project implementation 
  • People in the project: personal and social skills for project managers, how to design projects with people for people
  • Methods and techniques: from requirements analysis to performance, resource, time and cost planning through to project controlling and project closure

All topics are explained for both classical (plan-based) and agile project management and how to combine these two approaches (hybrid).

New in the 2nd edition:

  • Modernized German standard of the current ICB 4 (valid from 01.01.2024)
  • Coverage of agile and hybrid project management
  • Continuous project examples as an aid for writing the Level D report

Vorteile

Aktuelles

ISBN: 978-3-648-16629-1
Auflage: Auflage/Version: 2. Auflage 2024
Umfang: 404  

Autoren

Karen Dittmann

Dr. Karen Dittmann is an authorized GPM training partner, course provider and accredited trainer. She runs the consultancy PMDittmann and works as a consultant, coach and mediator in projects. Together with Konstantin Dirbanis, she trains project managers according to the IPMA® standard under “Better Project Training”.

Konstantin Dirbanis

Dr. h.c. Konstantin Dirbanis is a consultant, trainer and coach for project management with more than 34 years of experience in industries such as finance, automotive, pharmaceuticals and aviation. He runs the consulting firm Bulbb GmbH, is an accredited trainer of the GPM and also certified as SAFe Program Consultant. Together with Dr. Karen Dittmann, he runs the training platform “Better Project Training”.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. Competence Area: Perspective (Context)

 

  • CE Strategy (4.3.1)
  • CE Governance, Structure, and Processes (4.3.2)
  • CE Compliance, Standards and Regulations (4.3.3)
  • CE Power and Interests (4.3.4)
  • CE Culture and Values (4.3.5)

 

2. Competence Area: People (Personal + Social)

  • CE Self-Reflection and Self-Management (4.4.1.)
  • CE Personal Integrity and Reliability (4.4.2)
  • CE Personal Communication (4.4.3)
  • CE Relationships and Commitment (4.4.4)
  • CE Leadership (4.4.5)
  • CE Teamwork (4.4.6)
  • CE Conflict and Crisis (4.4.7)
  • CE Resourcefulness (4.4.8)
  • CE Negotiation (4.4.9)
  • CE Results Orientation (4.4.10)

 

3. Competence Area: Practice (Methods + Technical)

  • Plan-based, Hybrid, Agile
  • Initialization
  • Definition
  • Detailed Planning
  • Steering
  • Closure
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