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Transcript of CT050-3.5-3-PRMGT
Nature of Higher Learning
**Mainly adapted from the reference text
#mixedfeelings #teamwork #iworkalone
Any Other Business
Let's Play a Game...
Prepare 3 statements about yourself,
two of which are true and one is a lie.
Project Management Process Groups
Project Management and Information Technology Context
Information Technology Project Management, 6th Edition
The statements must be something "
about yourself that not many people know.
In a random order, share the 3 statements to the entire group.
The objective of the game is to figure out which statement is a lie.
#Watch out for body language and facial expressions
Explore techniques for minimising risk in developing IT systems
Examine a project for its potential problem areas and level of risk
Identify main areas where problems exist and methods to solve
More Things To-Do
Communication Skills and Working with Others
Ability to perform independent studies
Group Component - 30%
Individual Component - 70%
Learning Outcomes Simplified!!
Analyse, plan, organise and manage a typical IT project
Allocating tasks by decomposing it into manageable components with regard to risk, human and technical factors
Systematically estimating the resource requirements
Scheduling, monitoring and controlling tools and techniques
Change configuration and management
Not just taking notes and remembering
Requires independent learning and research
Learning to learn, think, evaluate, apply and find new ways of doing things
Able to present, able to justify choices and demonstrate knowledge, able to write
Group works, project management, time management
Decide the aims, objectives, deliverables and scope of a typical IT project
Create standards and procedures
Communicate to a technical and non-technical audience
Team building and management
Risk assessment and management
Higher education level of work (observe the academic writing styles)