MGT6153

Project Uncertainty, Measurement & Delivery Models

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This course addresses the concepts, theories, procedures, and methods involved with project complexity, uncertainty, performance measurement, and delivery life cycle model selection. Students in this course identify, evaluate, and apply project management approaches, processes, tools, and techniques in these key project delivery performance domains.

 

PREREQUISITE: MGT6151 or MGT6152

 

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

  • Integrating project management principles with project uncertainty, measurement, and continuous improvement.
  • Defending ethical principles as applicable in the performance of project management in organizations and society.
  • Evaluating project complexity and uncertainty.
  • Identifying and analyzing project risk.
  • Developing and optimizing project risk response.
  • Evaluating effective approaches to project performance measurement.
  • Discussing probabilistic estimation theory, simulation, analytic models, and estimation approaches.
  • Analyzing project earned value metrics for project performance forecasting.
  • Using metrics for improving project outcomes.
  • Identifying and describing commonly used project management models, methods, and artifacts.
  • Evaluating project delivery models and project life cycle selection.
  • Applying project tailoring for guided continuous improvement.

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