|1.||Elaborate and apply advanced project management principles and techniques to enable them to plan, organise, execute, control and complete a project;|
|2.||Develop a project management plan for the successful delivery of a complex project in various contexts;|
|3.||Critically apply resource scheduling and allocation techniques to facilitate effective project control;|
|4.||Investigate and appraise key project evaluation monitoring and control techniques and justify their importance in bringing projects to successful completion;|
|5.||Review various contemporary and IT based project management tools and hypothesise their application in diverse, dynamic and emerging contexts; and|
|6.||Evaluate different quality systems and make recommendations regarding their role in minimising waste and providing value to the client.|
|Examination||Final Examination (2 hours)||40%|
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 5th ed.
Project Management Institute (2013)
Project Management Institute
Project Management: the managerial process 5th ed.
Larson, E.W. & Gray, G.E., (2011)
McGraw Hill-Irwin Series
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