This unit is being phased out, no new enrolments are being taken.
Project management is a desired skill for any employee in the applied science field. Science can be creative and often unpredictable. It is important for a project manager to assess the known and unknown risks and make sure the risks they take are calculated. Project management involves planning, organising and controlling to ensure a successful outcome. Project management is a way of thinking and behaving as well as analysing and presenting data.
|Unit name||Managing Projects, People & Yourself|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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D1 - Explain how contemporary project management concepts and tools can provide operational benefits for small and medium sized business in a chosen specialisation
D2 - Build relationships with key stakeholders in a project where key strengths and responsibilities have been agreed upon
D3 - Identify, analyse and evaluate the necessary components of a project plan for a case study within a student’s specialisation
D4 - Improve a project management plan by reviewing quality, resource allocation and risk
P1. Apply discipline based skills and knowledge in dynamic practice situations
P2. Analyse and communicate core concepts related to discipline knowledge and practice
P3. Analyse and evaluate applications of innovative and/or entrepreneurial practice
P4. Develop and communicate understandings related to graduate attributes and transferable skills as adaptive practitioners
|Band||Field of Education|
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