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About the Course

Gain confidence when dealing with stakeholders of major projects by learning to identify and manage those that are involved in the project planning and delivery. This course will enable you to explore project governance in theory and practice. Through real life examples you’ll understand how the critical challenges of the governance in major projects are resolved. Being able to successfully manage risk and uncertainty in major projects is vital for their delivery. In this course you’ll learn to distinguish between risk and uncertainty and the role of risk register. You’ll identify the unique challenges of scope management in major projects and employ scope management tools and techniques that will facilitate your project planning. This course explores concepts analysed in the University’s Online MSc in Engineering Management. If you are interested to develop your skills further, take a look at our online degree....

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Nov 5, 2020

This course has everything that will improve your understanding of Governance, Risk and Scope associated with Major Engineering Projects.

Thank you to the team that put it together

DS

May 13, 2020

I have learned more in detail concepts I deal with during my working experience. Clear and punctual way of explaining.

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By Cayetano G O

May 8, 2021

Good material. Interesting insights. Should have some more videos for explanation

By Anil M

Jul 15, 2020

It was good experience learning with Coursera and the University of Leeds.

By Jude s

Feb 24, 2021

course has been beneficial to me and practical

By Khazran M

Aug 25, 2022

ok ok

By Eric C

Apr 27, 2020

Looks like the people in charge of this specialization (and therefore this course) put pretty low interest in students of this course to actually learn something but the basics, and so in a very limited way.