- Designed For
- Professionals who want formal training in project management to pursue career opportunities in either the public or private sector
- Online | Instructor-led
- Five weeks
Plan for 3-8 hours of work per week
- 3.0 Units | 30 Hours
- 30 PDUs with SHRM®
- Required Textbooks
- A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute
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We can customize this program to fit your organization's specific needs.
Effective project management requires careful planning and strategizing from the very beginning. However, this kind of work relies on essential project origination knowledge and skills to anticipate problems before they arise. Our Project Origination, Planning and Defining Scope course offers the training needed to plan your projects for success.
Upon completion, you will understand the entire planning process and best practices for how to originate projects for success, how to start a stakeholder register, and how to develop a project charter and assumption log.
Project Origination, Planning and Defining Scope is a part of the Project Management certificate. Take all five courses and receive a digital badge, which you can display LinkedIn and other social media platforms for potential employers to see!
- Project Origination, Planning and Defining Scope
- Project Schedule, Resource and Cost Planning
- Leadership and Building High Performance Teams
- Project Risk and Issue Management
- Managing the Project and Stakeholders
This course is a collaboration with OSU College of Business.
What You'll Learn
- Effectively plan and strategize a project to deliver results.
- Define the scope of a project in order to build out an action plan to satisfy client needs.
- Identify and plan for major steps in the project management process.
Tze-Yiu YongTze-Yiu Yong has over 25 years of professional experience as an engineer, manager and project manager in the areas of high tech, healthcare, machine learning and academia. He has managed projects in all functions of the organization including R&D, operations, IT and marketing, and he currently works as a project manager at Oregon State University. Here he drives programs related to student recruitment and retention, online learning, and student success analytics. Passionate about raising the awareness of the necessity of project managers, he also currently serves as the Vice President of Marketing for a regional chapter of the Project Management Institute in Oregon where he calls home.