Duration: 2 days
14 PDUs (1.4 CEUs)
Group discounts available.
Associate degree, or global equivalent, plus 1-3 years of information and management systems experience.
Information Technology Project Management introduces the project management principles within the IT industry. The course material has a number of tools, techniques and case studies that prepares students to manage an IT project.
Developing meaningful IT systems within a specified timeframe and budget requires an understanding of many complex organisational and technological factors, encompassing sufficient skills and innovative practices to identify and manage changes, and to coordinate resources. Students will examine the relationship between Information Technology and its organisational context, and how it can be utilised to attain a strategic competitive advantage in a dynamic changing organisational environment.
• Introduction to Information Technology Project Management
• Nature of Projects, Project Management and Project Management Frameworks
• Organisation Structure and Change within an Organisation
• Project Management Lifecycle (Planning, Execution, Control)
• Managing Project Communication, Schedule, Cost, Scope, Procurement, Quality and Risk Management
• Managing Teams during Project Management
• Alternative Approaches to Project Management
• Monitoring and Evaluation of a Project’s Success
Who Should Attend
Managers, team leaders, supervisors and functional managers.
Method of Delivery
• Online web seminar
• Open discussion
• Case studies