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The course presents an overview of the project Work, Planning, and Delivery domains and their importance to the organization. Students in this course explore the activities and functions of project planning work, and delivery associated with predictive, adaptative, and hybrid project life cycles. The course adds new concepts and methods to those learned in previous project management courses and integrates and expands the topics of project planning, work, and delivery domains using case studies, exercises, and real-world experiences.
UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN:
- Understanding and discussing ethical decision-making and moral leadership in project planning, work, and delivery.
- Understanding the nature of project complexity and delivery management and the integration of the functions of project delivery within the organization.
- Defining project life cycles and the usage of adaptive, predictive and hybrid projects development approaches.
- Understanding how to measure project progress and to respond to sub-optimal results.
- Using the various project management tools, the benefits delivered, and when the tools should be applied within the planning, work, and delivery domains.
- Discussing project planning as a function for the progression of projects in an organized, coordinated, and deliberate manner.
- Understanding project work as the processes for performing the work to enable the delivery of expected project deliverables and outcomes.
- Discussing project delivery as the processes for meeting requirements, scope, and quality expectations that drive intended project outcomes.
- Discussing the role and expectations of project stakeholders in project planning, work, and delivery.
- Understanding and discussing activities and functions of project planning, work, and delivery associated with predictive, adaptative, and hybrid project life cycles.