Project Value Delivery Strategy & Planning

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This course focuses on the project management principles, strategies, and planning techniques necessary for successful value delivery in enterprise projects. Students evaluate project models, methods and artifacts as applied to adaptive, predictive, and hybrid project approaches. Project management strategy and planning techniques are applied to appropriate project life cycles. Topics include projects as systems for value delivery, project management principles, and project life cycle selection and tailoring.



  • Defending ethical principles as applicable in the performance of project management in organizations and society.
  • Discussing integration of project management principles, project strategy and planning.
  • Defining projects as systems for value delivery in business and society.
  • Distinguishing among project value delivery strategies (Adaptive, Predictive, Hybrid).
  • Evaluating common project models, methods, and artifacts used in project strategy, planning, and delivery.
  • Evaluating project life cycle tailoring for value delivery optimization.
  • Selecting the project development approach and life-cycle model.
  • Applying the project planning performance domain.
  • Discussing project budget development and funding requirements.
  • Facilitating stakeholder communication and engagement.
  • Evaluating for project uncertainty and complexity.
  • Defining project work, metrics, and value delivery.
  • Evaluating the importance of project team culture, development, and leadership.

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