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Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations

Project Management Fundamentals

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Description

Improved and effective project management is critical to today’s business and organizational success. Through in-class practice of concepts and processes, learn proven techniques and best practices to gain a solid foundation in project management or elevate your current project management performance.

From project initiation, planning, and execution to managing, controlling, and closing projects, you will leave this 3-day course with a thorough understanding of how to make your projects successful. Taught by a PMP® credentialed instructor, instruction is based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Sixth Edition. The PMBOK® Guide is the leading publication for the Project Management Institute (PMI)® and is a fundamental resource to learn the essentials of project management.

Program Benefits

  • Gain a competitive edge as a leading project management professional
  • Acquire the ideal skill set for project professionals while examining the necessary competencies that make up the PMI Talent Triangle® - technical, leadership, and strategic business management
  • Receive effective feedback on projects and expand your professional network
  • Access to the program slides, text book, activities, and electronic flashcards
  • Receive a university issued professional certificate
  • Earn 18 Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • Complete 19.5 hours of project management education

Format

3-day program; 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Who should attend

  • Current or future project managers
  • “Involuntary” project managers (PM secondary to primary job responsibility)
  • Project team members, including paraprofessional associates
  • Management staff with project management accountability
  • Subject matter experts who contribute to projects
  • Project stakeholders
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