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Project Initiation

Course Description

Have a project in mind for your organization? This course provides the information you need to get started on the right foot. Before any project work can begin, it’s important to do a bit of background research. Some critical elements to establish at the beginning of any project include creating a business case to justify the project for your organization, identifying your stakeholders and a plan to manage them, coming up with the project requirements that must be accounted for, and setting up a project team with the characteristics needed to support and complete this specific project.

  • Details
  • $625
  • April 24, 2023 to May 14, 2023
  • Delivery Mode: Online
  • Reg#: 00331
  • ID/Units: MGMT X402.3  (1.50)
    ( Section A )
  • Quarter: SPRING 2023

Instructor


Dr. Alma Miller is an IT entrepreneur with over 15 years of industry experience. She has championed projects spanning across government clientele both civil and defense. She previously taught Technical Management at the Johns Hopkins University within the Engineering Professionals Program for five years and served on the Engineering Management program committee. While at JHU, she promoted online collaboration between the students and encouraged them to use the tools available through the university. Prior to JHU, she was an adjunct instructor for Prince Georges Community College within the Mathematics department for adult learners. In addition to classroom instruction, she has provided informal one-on-one and group training, ranging in topics from mathematics to systems engineering concepts to project management (PMP test preparation). Dr. Miller obtained her doctoral degree in Engineering Management from George Washington University. Her research involved implementation strategies for the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) based on three independent variables: (1) process level (2) information distribution, and (3) process centrality. She presented her research at an international information technology conference in Indonesia. She continues to speak and present at various conferences surrounding information technology, ITIL implementation, and DevOps adoption.

Textbook Information

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No textbook information is available for this course.

Meeting Schedule

EventDateDayStart TimeEnd TimeLocationRoom
START04/24/2023Monday------Online (Access Begins)---
END06/18/2023Sunday------Online (Access Ends)---