Participants receive advanced project management skills development training building on the theory and fundamentals learned in Project Management Tools & Techniques 1. Executing project management in the real world requires practical skills to tackle many issues. Changing client requirements, multiple scope change requests, limited resources, lack of authority, and difficult clients are all problems which the project manager often faces and must manage. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the real life project management challenges on projects with practical strategies and tools for managing them, based on Project Management Institute (PMI) and Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) best practices. Instruction and industry examples of these methodologies are provided in an interactive format. 15 PDU credits from PMI are earned. www.bcit/files/business/pdf/opmt0202.pdf
OPMT 0102 or those with formal PMI based project management fundamentals training.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Manage project initiation.
Formulate and execute project plans.
Create strategies to manage risks.
Measure performance & maintain control.
Create strategies to manage client expectations and achieve client satisfaction.
Establish methods for integrating project management into daily work.
Effective as of Fall 2007
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