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Mini Master of Project Management

Mini Master of Project Management
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Description

A successful project manager is an expert at planning, organizing, and managing resources in order to successfully complete a specific project or objective. Every project within an organization is unique in some way, however the fundamental skills that project managers need in order to meet goals are the same across the board.

The Mini Master of Project Management teaches the skills you need to handle common issues faced by project managers such as:

  • Understanding and implementing the 12 “must-know” topics in project management as determined by the PMI’s PMBOK® Guide
  • Moving a project through each phase of its lifecycle while meeting all organizational objectives
  • Leading your team confidently and efficiently
  • Managing time, budget, and risk

Topics

This Mini Master of Project Management program is an introduction to the project management processes. Professionals at any level who manage projects will benefit from the methods presented in this program, which can be applied to many sectors, including service, production, information, education, medical, and religious.

Specific topics covered include:

  • Project initiation
  • Project requirements
  • Project scope
  • Communication
  • Project leadership
  • Risk management
  • Time management
  • Project assessment
  • Decision-making and change control
  • Systems thinking
  • Project costing
  • Closing out a project

Who should attend

This program is the perfect introduction into project management and is ideal for those new to the processes. Whether you are just starting out in your career or are a seasoned professional looking to polish up your skills, the Mini Master of Project Management will benefit you.

Participant titles/job functions may include, but are not limited to:

IT Analyst

Account Manager

Business Consultant

Technology Manager

Sales Specialist

Process Analyst

Quality improvement Specialist

Marketing Communications Specialist

Engineers

Marketing Communications Managers

Brand Managers

Entrepreneurs

Strategic Planners

Anyone looking to change careers or enhance their existing skillset

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