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Praxis provides course reading for the APMG PS Professional Catalyst module. This table comprises an extract from the Catalyst syllabus with all the relevant links to pages within the Praxis web site.

Syllabus area code CT

Level Topic   Primary reference link
Understand the operational skills required of a Professional Services Catalyst.
Specifically to understand the:
 

02

04

Characteristics and core elements of project, programme and portfolio management.

P3 management

02

05

Commonly identified areas of complexity for projects and programmes:

  • Scope
  • Uncertainty
  • Change
  • Innovation
  • Dynamics

Complexity

02

06

Expansion of the triple constraint within the Praxis method: Time, Cost, Scope, Risk, Resource, Change

Triple constraint

02

07

Definition of:

  1. Objective
  2. Output
  3. Outcome
  4. Benefit/Dis-benefit
  5. Work package
  6. Deliverable
  7. Product
  8. Configuration item

Scope management

02

08

Goals of life cycle management

Life cycle

02

09

P3 life cycle phases and governance mechanisms

Life cycle

02

10

Difference between a typical serial project life cycle and a parallel project life cycle

Life cycle

Development life cycles

02

11

Characteristics of an agile project and its relationship with the triple constraint

Agile

Triple constraint

02

12

Scrum development process used in agile projects

Scrum

02

13

Principles and goals of scope management

Scope management

02

14

Principles, goals and procedure for requirements management

Requirements management

02

15

Characteristics of a well specified requirement

Requirements management

02

16

Purpose of value management

Requirements management

02

17

Principles, goals and procedure of solutions development

Solutions development

02

18

Principles, goals and procedure of benefits management

Benefits management

02

19

Principles, goals and procedure of change control

Change control

02

20

Principles, goals and procedure of configuration management

Configuration management

 

 

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