In this course, participants will focus on addressing risk and ensuring quality in projects. Participants will also learn techniques for monitoring a project and for managing work and deliverables throughout a project’s life cycle. Participants will use tools to make reports. Participants will study change control and review, approve, and manage changes related to a project and communicate the changes to stakeholders and team members. Finally, participants will learn how to close a project and conduct a retrospective on a project to improve organizational operations.
Number of Units: 3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for professionals, entrepreneurs and project managers who are seeking to learn risk, quality, and integration management in a project's life cycle. This course is aimed at participants with little or no background in project management.
For more information on how you can enroll in this course, please visit the Asana Project Management Certificate page.
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