Organizational Project Management
Program InformationThis is a Graduate course that satisfies the following requirements:
Session InformationThis course starts on 01/19/2013 during the Spring 2013 semester.
DYNM 619 will meet on the following special schedule:
- Saturday, January 19 and 26
- Saturday, February 9 and 23
- Saturday, March 9 and 23
- Saturday, April 6 and 20
- Snow date – April 27
**Additional 4 hours is interaction online and by phone to work with participants on their assigned case work and class projects.
This course provides an overview of the concepts, procedures and fundamental processes of project management for working professionals. Participants are introduced to the principles, tools and techniques of project management within an integrative framework. The course emphasizes that, for most organizations, projects are the primary means for implementing strategic initiatives.
- Understand and critically evaluate expectations, procedures and processes of project management as currently practiced in large for-profit enterprises.
- Understand the content and processes and standards of practice as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI),
- Understand how to build and manage effective project teams.
- Become familiar with the critical components of effective project plans.
What students are saying
All students and faculty should take this invaluable course.
Overall the course was solid. JM stays on the theory side which is OK with me, as the technical stuff can be learned on my own.