This course focuses on the use of project management concepts and tools to accomplish business goals. Students will identify project management issues in rapidly changing business and technical environments and utilize strategies to manage projects effectively. (1.0 Credit)
This course forms part of the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management degree program. You can proceed to register on-line or by calling the Student Information and Enrolment Services at 604-434-1610 for this NET course. IMPORTANT COURSE MATERIAL INFORMATION: To obtain your course material, go to the following link: www.bcit.ca/learn/ Your Username will be your student ID (A00?), Your Password will be the same as your MyBCIT Password. NOTE: Your course material will be available for downloading 3 days prior to the start of the course.
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This course offering is full. Please check back next term or contact the appropriate Program Assistant [PDF] to determine when this course will be offered again.
Upon successful completion, the candidate will be able to:
apply the principles of developing, building, coordinating and working within effective project teams.
apply techniques for planning and scheduling projects, establishing positive project practices and procedures, formulating processes for monitoring and reporting of progress, and systematically addressing project issues.
apply knowledge in using a collaborative process for planning, scheduling and monitoring projects by participating in team exercises on the conduct of project reviews and meetings for project management applications.
create a personal action plan for improving effectiveness on projects based on the ability to design, execute and evaluate specific projects.
critically analyze the characteristics of different personality styles and cultures, including the student's own, as a project leadership and organizational tool.
evaluate the variety and use of conflict management skills through the analysis of different behavioural styles.
TMGT 7102 is offered as a part of the following programs: