This course uses case studies to illustrate the variety of projects and the issues involved in managing them from resource concerns to the criticality for demand estimation; from conflicting objectives of stakeholders to social responsibility issues; from knowing the customer to project finance challenges. These cases inductively teach advanced topics in the management of large projects, such as planning and scheduling issues, costing and budgeting, staffing and organizing, project finance structuring, sustainability and environmental issues, and the challenges in planning and execution of these complex projects. This course also covers agile project management methodologies for effectively and efficiently undertaking knowledge-based projects of today. Moreover, it offers students practical guidance and experience around the process of initiating, delivering, and evaluating analytics projects.
Prerequisites: OPIM 5270 and 5668
Minimum Credits: 3.00
Maximum Credits: 3.00« Back to Operations and Information Management (OPIM) Courses