Project managers and other professionals are asked to manage small projects every day, and sometimes multiple small projects at the same time. Even business analysts, marketing analysts, and software developers are expected to manage their own projects, while also performing much of the project work as a key team member—or in some cases the ONLY team member. Because small projects generally require a more flexible, less formal approach to project management than large projects, this eLearning course will show students how to tailor project management best practices to meet small project needs!
This course will draw on key concepts to help students consider important aspects of their small project, and develop a project plan based on its unique needs. Students will also learn to assess risk, negotiate for resources, create a schedule, balance the roles of project manager and team member, and manage the successful completion of small projects. This comprehensive course includes:
Also, you may earn 14 PDUs toward retaining your PMP® certification (or 6-14 PDUs toward retaining other PMI certifications). The PMI Talent Triangle® breakdown for this course is 8 Technical, 2 Leadership, 4 Strategic (if used for PMP® certification retention, other certification breakdowns may vary)[By clicking this button, you are agreeing to the terms of the Sample Lesson License Agreement.]
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