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Beginner
Updated
Mar 19, 2018
Duration
2h 23m
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Updated to align with the 6th Edition of the PMBOK® Guide, this course, Project Procurement Management covers the procurement management knowledge area. After beginning with a look at effective procurement management planning, you'll learn how to generate source selection criteria. Next you'll, learn how to choose the type of contract that's best for your procurement needs. Finally, you'll explore how to conduct procurement activities in coordination with various vendors, and control and monitor the effort of partners to ensure it integrates smoothly with your project team's work. By the end of this course, you'll be better prepared to select and work with partners that can help ensure your project's success.

About the author
About the author

Casey has experience leading projects, analyzing challenges, and designing solutions in many fields, including healthcare, digital media, mobile app development and education. He's always in pursuit of new knowledge and loves to share what he learns along the way with others. To inquire about speaking engagements or consulting opportunities, and to learn more about his other ventures, visit http://CaseyAyers.com

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name is Casey airs and welcome to my course Project Procurement Management. This course is the 12th entry in our newly updated series, helping you prepare for the latest version of the PMP exam. The PMP, or project management Professional Certification is consistently listed as one of the top five most valuable certifications for IT professionals and is also broadly applicable to a wide range of industries. Given how much new value could be created from successful projects, businesses in all sectors and of all sizes need capable project managers. Today, a PMP builds the skills needed to succeed and opens new doors for those with the certification. Some of the major topics will cover in this course include planning for procurement management, selecting the contract types that best fit your procurement needs, developing and using source selection criteria to find the vendor best suited to your team's demands, and how to smoothly ensure that your procurement sources meet performance expectations and create delivery Bols that can integrate well with your project. By the end of this course, you'll be better prepared to manage your relationships with vendors and subcontractors, often an essential skill to achieve project success. This course and others in the series cannot only help you learn more about project management and prepare for the PMP exam, but also service a great refresher for established project managers and as an opportunity to earn continuing education credit. I hope you'll join me on this journey to prepare for the PMP exam and learn more about project procurement management here, a Pluralsight.