Project Management: A Building Block to Success

Danielle Cotte

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12 Videos (15m)
    • Meet the Instructor

      1:47
    • Introduction

      0:50
    • Key Concepts

      0:57
    • Foundational Skills

      2:08
    • Project Background

      1:52
    • Define the Project

      0:44
    • Plan the Project

      1:40
    • Budget Plan

      0:55
    • Risk Management

      1:34
    • Communication Plan

      0:36
    • Execute the Project

      0:40
    • Evaluate the Project and Final Thoughts

      1:08

About This Class

Throughout our lives, we have been asked to complete projects without really being taught the basics of how to actually execute them. You were given a set of project requirements and a due date and were expected to work with your team to deliver a final product.

 Now think back to how you felt before, during, and after the project; were you overwhelmed, frustrated, or disinterested? This is one example of how learning the basics of managing a project could have turned an exhausting experience into one leaving you with a sense of satisfaction and achievement.

Whether you’re interested in becoming a project manager, or just looking to sharpen your event planning skills, this class is a good place to start. During this 15 min class, you’ll master the basics of project management, how to set a project up for success, and how to execute upon your plan to achieve the desired results.

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Good general overview of Project Management process. Not very in depth but gives a person new to this a basic understanding on which he or she can build.
Very informative class and didn't take much time to take. The only feedback I have is that the instructor speaks rather fast. I think in some components she could have taken a little more time to elaborate. Otherwise, valuable knowledge.
Nice high level overview of project management. If you are looking for a brief overview, this is good for you; if you want something super in depth, 15 minutes is not going to cut it :)

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