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Project Management: PMGT 305 Streaming Videos
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Films on Demand - Segment from "ICT Project Management" (4:37 min)
Projects typically begin as an idea or goal. Systems move through similar stages in the project management life cycle from the conception of the idea to planning, building, testing, implementing, and evaluating.
Films on Demand (16:34 min)
The key to a successful design project is ensuring it is managed effectively from start to finish. This expert-led program takes viewers through the various elements involved in managing design projects, such as establishing a project plan, an action plan, a time plan, and a finance plan; how to apply and evaluate those plans; and design project constraints. The video also highlights the need for ongoing project assessments, and for consideration of increasingly important factors such as environmental impact.
Films on Demand (8:16 min)
From series, "Workplace Essentials." The Management Essentials series explains good managerial skills. By the end of this episode, viewers will better understand how to manage projects and control quality.
Films on Demand (14 min)
This video explores project management and focuses on why projects fail, lack of planning, motivation undermined, unrealistic schedules, and lack of buy-in from stakeholders. It also includes the five success factors, including thorough project planning, managing project teams successfully, managing the details, keeping stakeholders happy, and resolving problems.