|1.||Critically apply knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities through the lens of an established project management process (PMBOK®);|
|2.||Define, differentiate and critique the 10 Knowledge Areas of project management;|
|3.||Exhibit the use of Project Communications tools and techniques in the areas of planning, assessing, quantifying, qualifying, control, monitoring and disposition of project information relevant to all stakeholders and at all levels of the organisation;|
|4.||Critically review and apply Sustainable Project Management frameworks in accordance with government and industry standards;|
|5.||Propose sustainability processes and practices which align with organisational goals; and|
|6.||Appraise the dynamics of working collaboratively within a project environment and developing distributed leadership skills.|
|Assignment||Individual Assignment (1500 words)||20%|
|Project||Group Project (2000 words per student)||30%|
|Presentation||Class Presentation (approx. 10 minutes per student)||10%|
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 6th ed.
(PMBOK® GUIDE) (2017)
Project Management Institute
Project Management: the managerial process 7th ed.
Larson, E.W. Gray, G.E., (2011)
McGraw Hill - Irwin Series
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