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BUS 148 Project Management: Fundamentals of Project Planning and Organization




Course Description

Projects are everywhere! What if you are on a project team, or leading a project? Do you know the right questions to ask? What should you know about your organization before you begin a project? What do you need to know about the programs within your organization? What do you need to know about organizational project practices? These questions and others will help you to understand the context within which your project is planned and delivered. Even if you understand the context; if you are leading a project, do you know what to do next? Do you know how to build a plan, and once you have that plan do you know how to lead the team, stakeholders, and others through project delivery? Project planning and delivery skills are increasingly valuable. Attend this seminar to get a big picture view of projects in organizations, and practise with the tools and techniques you will need to deliver successful projects.

Objectives:

  • Build a foundation in organizational project management, and project planning and delivery
  • Learn the terminology, and how the concepts fit together
  • Develop the know-how, and gain hands-on practice to not only effectively explain project planning and delivery, but to go back to your organization and lead and participate in project teams effectively
  • Gain awareness and learn application of key project and leadership skills

 

Certificate for Emerging Leaders: Professional Skills

 

Notes

Lunch included



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