cpmgt310 | undergraduate
Project Management Methodologies
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) approaches and methods.
- Evaluate CCPM concepts in comparison with PMI and other methodologies.
- Explain PRINCE2® themes and principles.
- Analyze PRINCE2® processes and methodology.
- Compare PMI processes with PRINCE2® methodologies.
Agile Project Management
- Evaluate Agile PM and Scrum methods.
- Explain Scrum components and Scrum artifacts.
- Analyze the function of the Scrum team.
- Explain how Kanban and Six Sigma techniques fit with Agile PM.
- Assess difficulties facing project managers.
Project Monitoring and Controlling
- Analyze Project Monitoring and Controlling processes.
- Apply project evaluation processes to designated assignments and workflows.
- Distinguish among project manager certifications.
Project Management Terms, Lifecycles, Knowledge Areas, and Approaches
- Define project management terms.
- Explain the project lifecycle.
- Explain various project management approaches.
- Discuss PMBOK® knowledge areas.
Project Management Processes
- Analyze PMBOK® guide processes.
- Assess the effectiveness of selected PM methodologies.
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