Courses for the Project Management Certificate
This course takes a look at the various factors related to Total Quality Management (TQM), from human management and organizational culture to customer value measurement and continuous improvement. It also investigates a new management theory that goes beyond TQM as it is commonly viewed today.
Explore long, medium and short-range operations planning in both service and manufacturing organizations. Key topics include productivity and quality measures, production function, product design, plant location and layout, forecasting and scheduling, purchasing and materials management, inventory management, and operations strategy.
This course investigates the central role of a business leader in setting vision, formulating strategy and influencing employees, investors and customers. You’ll learn about the various leadership styles and how to use them, as well as how to employ principles of communication, motivation and organizational change.
In this course, you’ll take a closer look at the stages of the Project Management Life Cycle and the various Process Groups. You’ll also become familiar with techniques and practices like WBS, CPM, network compression, risk management matrices and simulations, earned value management, cost estimating, Agile Project Management and Critical Chain Project Management. And to further optimize your learning experience, you’ll complete a comprehensive project management study where you’ll be asked to apply to practices you’ve learned.