BP113 Project Execution and Management
Managing a project involves establishing and motivating a team, working closely with stakeholders, and paying attention to all the things that make a project successful. This course offers a detailed look at the management of projects from the time approval of the plan is given to the final moments of closing out the work. Project execution, monitoring and control, and closing are covered along with an introduction to the Agile Scrum approach.
Project Execution and Management is the third course in the Project Management Certificate program, and should be taken after the Project Planning and Organization course if possible.
What You Cover:
|Executing Process Group||Closing Process Group|
|Monitoring and Control Process Group||Introduction to Agile Scrum|
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.
Instructor: Ori Wolman
Ori Wolman has a Master of Engineering and Technology Management from Portland State University and a BS in Computer Science from Hadassah College in Jerusalem, Israel. Additionally, he earned a Master Certificate of Project Management from George Washington University and is currently a PHD student in the Engineering and Technology Management Department at Portland State. Ori is a member of the Portland State University Chapter of Omega Rho International Honor Society for Operation Research and Management Science. Ori has 19 years of experience as a Senior Program/Project Manager at Intel Corporation with vast experience in successfully influencing and driving strategic change initiatives in large scale organizations. In his current role, he is an Innovation Program Manager working on cutting edge technology development in the mobile platform area. Prior to this, Ori managed the Intel security development life cycle and held multiple product and service management roles in IT–mainly in the area of product security.