Introduces the art and science of project risk as well as continuity management and cost management. Risk management ensures a project is completed through both general and severe business disruptions on local, national and international levels. Managing the risk of a project as it relates to a three-part systematic process of identifying, analyzing, and responding is examined through actual case studies. In addition, this course will examine the process of cost management, early cost estimation, detailed cost estimation, cost control using the earned value method, issues related to project procurement management, and the different types of contracts for various scope scenarios.
Prerequisite: OPIM 5270 Open to MBA and BAPM students, others with permission. (RG 4505)
Minimum Credits: 3.00
Maximum Credits: 3.00« Back to Operations and Information Management (OPIM) Courses