Leading a Strategic Management Project

Course Details

Intake: Monthly

Learning Mode: Blended

Payment Method: Pay as you go

Faculties: From UK, USA & Europe

Classes: Fridays & Saturdays

The Course Leading a Strategic Management Project is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and analytical capabilities to formulate the project research methodology to identify and justify a strategic investigative project. Students will not just be able to conduct research but also draw conclusions and make recommendations that achieve the project aim. In addition, students will also be able to develop and review the results of the investigative project by critically evaluating the impact and success of the investigative project. This course will assist students to learn appropriate set of tools to manage projects strategically. The academic purpose is to offer a logical and systematic approach to understanding the concept of Project Management.

  • Setting Scope and Boundaries
  • Project planning, e.g. use of Gantt and Time box
  • Project phases including diagnosis and analysis
  • Messy problems
  • Critical Success Factors and, assumptions
  • Project Initiation
  • Types of investigative project
  • Generation and evaluation of options
  • Implementation strategy and plans
  • Methods and Techniques for collecting Data and Information
  • Different Types of Research
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Research
  • Basic/Applied research
  • Deductive/Inductive Research
  • Research Philosophies
  • Differences between data, information and knowledge
  • Trade off models
  • Project Risks and risk model
  • Earned Value Management formulation. (EVM)
  • Evolving Project Charters – Project Initiation Documents
  • Project techniques for managing Time – Scope – Quality – Costs
  • Application for tender