cpmgt312 | undergraduate
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Program Life Cycle: Executing, Controlling, and Closing
- Explain the dynamics of Third-Generation Programmatics.
- Examine the effects of uncertainty on Program and Project Management.
- Apply processes and techniques to mitigate uncertainty.
- Differentiate between various leadership styles.
- Discuss how leadership and experience and correlated.
Strategic Program Management
- Explain the differences between a program and a project.
- Use Program Management and Project Management terminology.
- Evaluate traditional project management practices.
- Compare a successful program with a successful project.
Benefits and Stakeholder Management
- Describe roles in Program and Project Management.
- Explain the value of various organizational stakeholder roles.
- Explain the implications of selecting a new Project or Program Manager.
Program Life Cycle: Initiating and Planning
- Determine when an initiative is a project or a program.
- Analyze challenges within traditional practices.
- Develop new approaches, and analyze an organization’s response to new approaches.
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