Strategic Project Management

Georgia Tech Professional Education

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  • 2 days
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Georgia Tech Professional Education

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Who should attend

This course is designed for project managers, professionals preparing to transition into a new career in project management, business analysts working with project managers and project teams, technical team leaders, and managers.

About the course

The Strategic Project Management course provides the foundational understanding of project management according to the standard Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) published by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Emerging leaders will gain a practical framework of Project Management along with tools and techniques.

This course will enhance the ability to link a project to an organization’s strategy and ultimately sustain Business Value Delivery. This course’s main expected learning outcome is the ability to author project charters. Other key learning outcomes include how to tailor projects accordingly to match an organization’s culture and practices and manage change in order to maintain outcomes.

What You Will Learn

  • PMI’s framework of Project Management
  • The ability to link a project to an organization’s strategy
  • Business Value Delivery
  • How to tailor projects accordingly to match an organization’s culture and practices
  • Author Project Charters

How You Will Benefit

  • Become a strategically focused project leader in the performing organization.
  • Learn about modern views of the role(s) of the project manager.
  • Gain practical tools & techniques in Project initiation, especially project charter development.
  • Gain deeper understanding of how the project charter describes strategic benefits.
  • Perform at an organizational leader level with spheres of influence.

Experts

Dana Boyd

With over 30 years of experience in project management, leadership, team building, and training Dana Boyd brings a wealth of professional expertise to our students. She is a subject matter expert for innovative business processes, finance related topics and is herself a Georgia Tech Project Manag...

James Wilburn

With more than 22 years of decorated military experience, Wilburn retired from the United States Army at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Prior to joining the Georgia Institute of Technology, Wilburn was the program director and Professor of Military Science at Vanderbilt University. He has also s...

Mustafa Shabazz

Bringing over 20 years of project and program management experience to the Georgia Tech Project Management program, Mustafa is a subject matter expert in healthcare industry application and related topics. His extensive international experience and people development skills translate into a perso...

Chris Carter

With over 15 years of project management experience, Chris Carter brings valuable real-world expertise and was instrumental in the redesign of Georgia Tech Project Management program. Through his professional experience he has spent his time developing and launching new model years for Toyota and...

Strategic Project Management at Georgia Tech Professional Education

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Whatever the reason you are considering taking a project management course, there are certain criteria to look for in a course. Undoubtedly, it should meet your needs. If you are a newcomer to the field, a course should provide a complete theoretical...

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