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We live in a project-based world. Chances are, you go from project to project at work. Project management is a high-demand skill. Companies are more and more managed by projects and require PMI certifications. It is more and more essential to learn how to succeed on projects.
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to succeed with every single project? Why are some projects successful and others - not? How come, some project managers deliver results consistently and others - only occasionally? Is there a secret formula that can help you succeed?
By taking this Strategic Project Management course you will learn some powerful ideas that you can try at work in order to significantly increase your chances of success with any project that you and your company undertakes.
This course will help you understand your project environment. It will give you tips about how to take the maximum advantage of any environment.
This course is a strategic-thinking course. It is designed to help you develop your independent strategic thinking. You will learn both age-old and modern principles of strategic thinking and strategic behavior.
After you take and complete this course, you will have a better understanding of Agile project management and how to apply the principles behind Agile manifesto to any types of projects.
By the end of the course, you will be able to practice strategic project management concepts at work and will achieve clarity about what it means to manage strategically. Hopefully, you will also feel that you are more and more strategic in your behavior as a person and as a leader.
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|Section 1: First Things First|
Navigating Udemy InterfacePreview
Project Management InstitutePreview
Strategy Body of Knowledge
Why Strategic Project Management?Preview
|Section 2: What Is Strategy? What is Strategic?|
In this section
Strategy is Popular - Lately
Defining Strategy - Homework
Levels of Strategy
|Section 3: Strategic Assessment of Project Environment|
In this sectionPreview
Enterprise Environmental Factors
It All Begins With Analysis
Sun Tzu Analytical Framework
When You Are the Big Boss
|Section 4: Natural Phenomena Of Strategy|
In this section
S-Curve: The Pattern of Temporary
|Section 5: General Strategic Concepts|
In This Section
Moves With Multiple-Objectives
Cheng-Chi or Dual-Action Moves
|Section 6: Be Agile On Every Project|
In This Section
What Is Agility? - Some Definitions
Decision-Action Cycle - OODA
OODA in a Supermarket
OODA When Reporting Project Status
Agile Manifesto - Values
Agile Manifesto - Principles
While Reading Agile Manifesto
|Section 7: Next Steps|
What is Next?
Bonus Lecture: Special Offers
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