|1.||Interrogate and apply project management and lifecycle principles to assess project scope and complexity and strategise accordingly;|
|2.||Critically evaluate the relevance of selected project management theoretical frameworks to a variety of project scenarios;|
|3.||Determine and interpret contemporary and future trends and modelling in project management to ensure quality outcomes, including evidence of due diligence;|
|4.||Elucidate and critique the potential roles and responsibilities of Project Manager and Project Team Member to inform professional practice;|
|5.||Deconstruct and apply theories of stakeholder management as appropriate to projects in emerging and dynamic contexts; and|
|6.||Participate effectively as a member of a multi-disciplinary project team.|
|Case Study||Group Case Study (2000 words per student)||20%|
|Project||Group project (1500 words per student)||30%|
|Presentation||Student Presentation (approx. 10 minutes per student)||10%|
|Examination||Examination (2 hours)||40%|
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 6th ed.
(PMBOK© GUIDE) (2017)
Project Management Institute
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