Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to: identify tactical and strategic problems faced by a client company; assess and prioritize key problems and apply appropriate approaches to analyze them; collect and analyze information in appropriate business and academic manners; create innovative solutions to certain business and management models to solve issues faced the by client firm and assess the feasibility of the business models in terms of levels of attractiveness, cost and feasibility; communicate business and management ideas; and design effectively in verbal and written form.
This course is designed for academics as well as practitioners. It will give ideas, tools and concept to manage an integrative project within an organization. This course requires students to integrate the functional knowledge of the organization, as a basis or foundation to develop synergy among functions involved in the project. This course will provide concepts and best practices in how to make sure projects and enterprise goals are aligned; that the organizational resources can support project communication and decision-making more effectively; and how to integrate project processes with other functions or processes; and overall, how to oversee projects more effectively.
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