Project Process Planning and Control (PMGT5871)


"Project Management processes are what moves the project from initiation through all its phases to a successful conclusion. This course takes the project manager from a detailed understanding of process modelling through to the development and implementation of management processes applicable to various project types and industries and covers approaches to reviewing, monitoring and improving these processes.
Specifically, the UoS aims to: Develop understanding of the nature and purpose of project management in the context of economic enterprise; Develop knowledge of various models and frameworks for the practical application of project management; Explore core elements of effective project management with particular focus on technological development and innovation"

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Through semester assessment (60%) and Final Exam (40%)

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