mgt437 | undergraduate
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- Compare and contrast various performance measurement systems.
- Identify appropriate termination methods.
- Produce a final project report.
- Evaluate project outcomes in terms of the triple constraints.
Project Planning - Technical
- Develop "SMART" requirements.
- Create a project schedule.
- Select the proper project management organization (pure project, matrix, functional).
- Develop a project budget in terms of the triple constraints.
- Develop project scope.
- Determine the importance of project management in the current business environment.
- Determine the goals and purpose of a project in terms of the triple constraints.
- Determine the stakeholder(s) of the project.
- Analyze the relationships among organizational culture, project structure, and project resources.
Project Planning - People and Teams
- Explain the function of communication within project management.
- Compare and contrast various conflict management resolution techniques.
- Explain team development techniques.
- Create a risk management plan.
- Create a plan to control the triple constraints within the project.
- Develop a change management plan for the project.
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