The thrust of this course is to address the preponderance of project failures, inadequate risk assessment, project planning, and scheduling, regulatory somersaults, general project administration, and control as well as distortions in contract agreement and management.
Project Management will teach you the skills to influence internal and external stakeholders such as peers, subsidies, agencies, partners, and employees to successfully deliver on a project objective. Covering both theoretical and practical project management tools, learn a framework to help improve managerial and project decision-making.
This Ph.D. in Project Management will teach analytical approaches to the basic principles of project management, focusing on clear-thinking strategies to manage challenges and dilemmas that occur during a project life cycle. Learn about portfolio management techniques and the importance of tracking key aspects of a project life cycle such as costs, quality, time, and scope management. Enhance your team building, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills and your ability to incorporate them into helping meet project deliverables.
After this training, the participants are expected to have known the following:
- How to handle the movement of materials and production logistics.
- The regulatory environment and the application of the relevant laws.
- Safeguards in contract agreements.
- Proper management of risk and adequate project planning and scheduling