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School of Business
Decision Sciences (DNSC)
DNSC
4404
Essentials of Project Management
Essentials of Project Mgmt
Fall 2015
3
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25
Kwak, Khamooshi
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Theoretical foundations of and practical insights into project management; the role of project management in contemporary business and government organizations; the link between projects and strategy. Project design and development.
• Understand and discuss the role of project management in managing organizations and the link between projects and strategy. • Describe the important issues related to project and project management in modern business and government organizations. • Compare and contrast and critically evaluate different project management organization. • To design and develop a plan for a project • Estimate the duration and costs for a project • Develop a schedule and evaluate the plan for achieving the intended objectives • Apply control for managing the project including EVM (Earned Value Management ) • Learn about the role of leadership in managing project. • Learn about the team building in projects and team dynamics. • Learn about international projects and how these are different, • Discuss and implement the steps needed to close a project.

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gharris (Fri, 18 Sep 2015 15:13:42 GMT): rolled back. needs class-by-class schedule on syllabus; also noted there is unrelated text that should be removed from last two pages of syllabus.
gharris (Fri, 18 Sep 2015 15:14:43 GMT): Rollback: please add class-by-class schedule to syllabus; also note there is extraneous text that should be removed from last two pages of syllabus.
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