MGT6145

Foundations of Project Delivery

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This course provides the student with an opportunity to acquire practical knowledge of project approaches, models, and artifacts for effective and efficient project value delivery. In this course, students demonstrate the ability to integrate and utilize project management knowledge through the selection and completion of case studies, discussion forums, and presentations. Students apply project management skills of developing and presenting project justification, development approach, requirements management, delivery models, and other project management artifacts that describe projects as value delivery systems.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN:

  • Understanding universal ethical principles as applicable in the application of Project Management in society.
  • Defining how projects deliver value for business and society.
  • Integrating project management principles as foundational guidelines for project strategy, decision making, and problem-solving.
  • Discussing strategic planning in projects, programs, and project portfolios.
  • Tailoring project models, methods, and artifacts.
  • Defining project scope and planning project delivery and deliverables.
  • Integrating project development approach and value delivery life cycles (predictive, adaptive, and hybrid).
  • Planning for stakeholder communication and information distribution.
  • Applying the processes, tools, and techniques necessary to complete project work.
  • Discussing the importance of systematically observing and measuring project performance.
  • Developing and presenting effective measurement progress and performance of projects.
  • Discussing the importance and integration of team culture, performance, and leadership.
  • Creating a valid and reliable method for addressing project management uncertainty and complexity. 

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