Project Management Fundamentals for Librarians
Advanced eCourse: Project Management Fundamentals for Librarians
By Sean Gaffney
Beginning Monday, April 17, 2017
Do you have trouble staying on top of a project? Seeing it through from start to finish? This advanced eCourse will provide you with essential strategies and techniques to successfully oversee projects from their initial proposal to completion. You’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of several project management tools and processes that will help you stay on task and on schedule.
You’ll learn about management styles, institutional constraints, project life cycles, stakeholder management, scope definition, risk assessment, project planning tools, team management, and more! You’ll gain practical experience through assignments and interaction with the instructor and your fellow students. In twelve weeks, you’ll enhance your skill set and attain a solid foundation in project management.
At the end of the course, participants will
- - Define a project and understand the fundamentals of project management
- - Manage client expectations
- - Successfully manage the scope and constraints of a project
- - Use tools, templates, and processes to successfully launch, manage, control and close project
For more information and registration, please click here.
The course above is a part of eCourse program from ALA - American Library Association