While controlling project work, the project manager is responsible for identifying variances between project performance and the project baselines and realigning project performance with the plan. During closing, the project manager will document lessons learned and ensure that project deliverables are accepted by the customer and transitioned to the customer. This course covers an overview of Agile methodologies. These methodologies are then compared with traditional project management methodologies. This course also provides a foundational knowledge base reflecting the most up-to-date project management information so you can effectively put principles to work at your own organization. This course will assist in preparing you for the CompTIA Project+ exam, and it is aligned with exam version PK0-004.
Controlling Project Work and Closing
- start the course
- identify project expenditures and compare actual spending against the plan
- use earned value management formulas to determine cost and schedule performance
- use earned value management formulas to forecast the final project costs and variance from the budget
- apply scheduling tools and techniques to determine project performance
- distinguish between quality control tools
- identify sources of lessons learned
- list the steps required to close a project or phase
- distinguish between traditional and agile project methodologies
- identify the basic aspects of agile methodologies and SCRUM
Practice: Project Performance and Methods
- identify Earned Value Management formulas, list the seven basic quality tools, and specify the four Agile values
If you would like to provide feedback for this course, please e-mail the NICCS SO at NICCS@hq.dhs.gov.