- Instructor: Kopenhavn
- Students: 3
STRATEGIC INITIATIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Online Course Format
- Instructor: TBD
- Length: 10 Modules
- Office hours: Monday – Friday (9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
- Grade: Pass/Fail (78%)
- Course Access: 365 days/ 24 hours per day/ 7 days a week
- Format: Online
- Contact: (415) 692-0121 (Business Office); firstname.lastname@example.org
When a project or initiative is introduced in an organization, the plan needs to be effectively managed on both the technical side and the people side. The development, design, and delivery of the plan constitutes the technical side. The goal is to ensure that initiative is effectively conceived and has the promise of delivering results. Project management provides the structure, processes, and tools to make this happen.
The people side focus is on ensuring that the members of the organization are effectively on-boarded, which means that they embrace change, adopt the behaviors needed to effect change and begin to smoothly perform their work in ways that differ from what was previously expected of them. The discipline of change management provides the structure, processes and too¬¬ls to make this happen.
Project management in combination with change management aims to increase the likelihood that projects or initiatives deliver the intended results and outcomes.
The purpose of this course is to provide participants with a framework for creating an engaging, collegial, and inclusive workplace. By the end of this seminar, you will have learned:
• Awareness of appropriate project management behaviors
• To identify the critical components needed for successful project management
• To expand their repertoire of formats and scheduling methods.
Upon completion of the course, participants will:
• Increase awareness of appropriate project management behaviors
• Define a project and establish a scope
• Plan and control a project
• Identify the critical components needed for project management at each stage.
• Develop a personal action plan for project management.
- List appropriate project management behaviors
- Explain a project and establish a scope
- Plan and control a project
- Identify the critical components needed for project management at each stage.
- Develop a personal action plan for project management.
Certified Diversity & Inclusion Executive (CDE) Certification Requirements
The classroom DELA 500A course is can be substituted by taking DELA 500B, which is the online version.
- Computer with high-speed internet access
- Access to the online meeting platform (Please try this at least two days before the first lecture/discussion session to manage any technical difficulties beforehand).
- Telephone access (preferably with earphones)
- MS Word (Do not submit files in pdf, please)