code CR327
credit_hours 3
title Project Management
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prequisites S226
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes This course aims at introducing the knowledge and skills required for managing a project. Each phase is learned through a series of exercises, and practiced using a descriptive technique. Topics will include enterprise organizational solution discovery, project leadership, team formation, and motivational approaches.
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objectives Project management is a practice that requires integration of a great deal of resources. This course provides models and ways to understand current and new project management in order to be able to take appropriate decisions. The course provides insight into what is important for project managers, and provides a way to achieve mastery of the activities that can lead to the success of a project. These skills are necessary for E-commerce students as they work on different types of projects including web site development.
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ref. books -Project Management and project Network Techniques, 7/E, Prentice Hallrn-Information System Project Management: A process and Team Approach, Prentice Hall.rn-Introduction to Project Management: A systems approach with CD-ROM, McGraw-Hill.rn
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textbook -Project Management for Information Systems, 4thEdition, James Cadleand Donald Yeates
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Course Content
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1 Introduction to project management
2 Managing Change
3 The Program &Project Support Office (PPSO)
4 The profile of a project
5 Project Planning: Understanding the Work
6 Project Planning: Estimating
7 7th Week Exam
8 Project Planning: Scheduling & Re-sourcing
9 Monitoring Progress
10 Exercising Control
11 Reporting Progress
12 Quality
13 Risk Management
14 Project Teams& Project Manager
15 Managing the project climate
16 Final Exam