Subject (Course): Fundamentals of the Project Management for Development Projects. Syllabus:
- Objectives and standards of the Project Management.
- Project management framework and the Project Management Body of Knowledge of the Project Management Institute and other bodies.
- Scheduling, scope, and human resources techniques applied to development projects.
- Communication and risk analysis techniques in development projects.
Postgraduate Diploma in Business with Multilateral Institutions - International institutions - Preparation to Apply - Project Cycle Management - Expressions of Interest - International Project Administration - Project Management.
Languages of study:
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Subject Description (Fundamentals of the Project Management for Development Projects).
- Training professionals in concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools relating to Project Management globally.
- Setting a common terminology about Project Management that allows a better understanding of its stages.
In this subject; we intend to provide general knowledge about Project Management and to cover professionals' needs for training to achieve a
higher level of internalisation in projects.
A project presents the following key issues:
- It has one Group of objectives and the project finishes once the objectives are achieved.
- It is well limited in time.
- A manager or a project leader (Project Manager) is essential.
- It has its material and budgetary means.
- It includes efforts of every company sector involved in the project.
Sample of the subject - Project Management for Development Projects:
After the analysis and study of the project; we should explore Project Management issues in depth. According to PMBOK:
“Application of knowledge, methodologies, techniques and tools for project activities, directed to satisfying your needs and expectations.”
This includes balancing the following:
- Scope, time, cost, risk, and quality demands.
- Needs and expectations of the people involved in the project.
- Identified and unidentified needs.