The focus of this course is on the process of managing projects. After planning is done, we need to know how to successfully execute the plan and deliver within the allocated timeframe and cost. This course will focus on how execution and progress evaluation is performed in a waterfall approach, as well as the agile approach to project management. The goal is to learn the tools and techniques offered by both of these approaches and empower the project managers to utilize what works for a given project.
This course is part of the Business Value and Project Management Specialization
About this Course
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About the Business Value and Project Management Specialization
In an era of thriving businesses, both small and large, it is crucial to possess an in-depth understanding of the minutiae of the building blocks of a successful organization. Building, growing, and sustaining a successful business requires great knowledge in multiple fields. Through this 6-course Specialization in Business Value and Project Management, you will be provided a well-rounded knowledge of three key facets of business – Financial Accounting and Managing Projects and Organizations.
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