cmgt575 | Graduate
CIS Project Management
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Defining the Project
- Construct a project work breakdown structure.
- Define the project, program, and portfolio.
- Explain the relationship between business strategy and Project Management (PM) strategy.
- Apply a model for selecting projects.
The Project Plan
- Create a project scope statement.
- Estimate a projectâs time and cost.
- Apply project risk management methods.
Leading, Managing, and Controlling Projects
- Examine qualities of an effective project manager.
- Examine the techniques of managing a project.
- Explain inter-organizational PM and outsourcing.
- Evaluate project performance and progress.
Complexity and Agile Project Management
- Explain the factors that cause complexity and uncertainty in project management.
- Explain how complexity and uncertainty affect the completion of a project.
- Examine how agile and extreme project management methods can address complexity and uncertainty.
- Compare various project management models.
Enterprise-Level Project Management
- Explain processes for enterprise-level project portfolio management.
- Analyze tools for continuous process improvement.
Managing the Realities of Projects
- Analyze prevention and intervention strategies for distressed projects.
- Analyze methods of managing multi-team projects.
- Describe the functions of a project support office.
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