Course Description:

Project management is the practice of utilizing the resources allocated to a project so that certain predefined objectives are achieved within the deadline. In general, project management involves the application of the principles of management to successfully complete a particular project. Some examples of relevant management principles/concepts include division of work, motivational theories, and handling limiting factors. Whether you are interested in pursuing a career in project management or you are scoping the field to determine if it’s a good fit for you, you can benefit from learning project management. To help you learn the basics of this subject, we have created a series of four courses. This course is the first in this series and it will cover general project management concepts such as the phases of a project and the importance of planning a project. Learning objectives: – Learn the four main phases of a project – Learn how the four phases are related to each other – Learn the timeline for these different phases – Learn 13 tips for effective project management – Learn the five steps in the project initiation phase – Learn the difference between project management and project planning – Learn the five steps in the project planning phase – Learn 9 tips to effectively plan your project

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