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Many organizations are turning to project management to help them plan and control their businesses. As a result, project management is recognized as one of the fastest growing professions today. However, in many Information Technology organizations the project management duties fall to the business analyst. This course provides the basics for project management by introducing essential project management concepts and methods of the IT professional. Through discussion, workshops and real world examples, participants learn how to Identify project components, organize them effectively and control the project from the earliest steps of developing the project charter through the final steps of a project - documenting lessons learned.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Business Analysts, Project Leads and Project Managers and Managers.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Last Update: May 18, 2013