CSCC 383 – Project Management (3)
Most business leaders are already aware of the dynamic nature of today’s business environment. Every organization, big or small, has to take into account time, resource allocation, scope, and budget for each new opportunity it wishes to pursue. Project management as a discipline ensures effective communication, collaboration, reporting, forecasting, and risk identification and mitigation, through well-defined processes. This competency will prepare future project management team members and leaders with essential skills necessary to help organizations use the standard project management processes in order to ensure that organizational goals are achieved.
Upon successful mastery of this competency, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the foundational concepts of project management, including the system view of project management and information systems development life cycle. Demonstrate an understanding of the five project management process groups and their interactions, project integration management, and cost-benefit analysis.
- Demonstrate an understanding of project quality, communications, and human resources management.
- Create a project plan including project scope management and work breakdown, project timeline, project resources, cost management, and post-appraisal.