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PJM-6400 Global Project Management

This course examines project management in a variety of global business settings. Included are project management methodologies and processes as well as culture, team building, and behavior management in a global context. Project management is examined as a set of best practices aimed at managing the total enterprise. Through a project management approach, corporate and organizational strategies are translated into project-level, value-adding elements of a company's project portfolio. This course will focus on the five global project management frameworks: global teams; global communication; global organizations; collaborative tools; and collaborative techniques.

Advisory: Students should have successfully completed PJM-5100: Project Management, PJM-5200: Project Leadership and Communication, and PJM-5300: Project Risk Management before beginning this course.

Credits: 3

Offered in Mar 2024, Sep 2024, Mar 2025

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