BP102: Engaged-Getting Project Results Through People
About This Course
This self-paced course will teach you how to select, assign, train, direct, and motivate members of the project team so they are engaged in accomplishing the project results. You will learn how to work with project team members to help them get interested in the project, apply their best skills, learn new skills, communicate well, and enjoy the project experience.
Projects are everywhere — in healthcare, IT, government, nonprofits, retail, construction, education, banking, and more. With a projected 6.2 million project management roles added in the U.S. by 2020, the field of project management continues to be a top career choice. The ability to create and lead...
What You’ll Learn
Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the knowledge to:
- Build and lead successful teams
- Empower team members
- Support team performance
- Engage and support virtual teams
- Remove team blockers
- Manage conflict
The Learning Environment
This course is fully online and self-paced.
Courses in the Project Management Certificate Track
Enrolling in the full certificate program provides students with a comprehensive overview of all aspects of project management.
- BP111: Project Planning and Organization
- BP110: Project Management Communications and Teamwork
- BP113: Project Execution and Management
- BP115: Project Leadership and Conflict Management
Courses may be taken individually and in any order unless otherwise noted. Four courses are required to complete the certificate. If pursuing the certificate, all courses in the certificate program must be completed within three years. Visit the program page for a recommended sequence.
Ron Sarazin, president of Olympic Performance, Inc., specializes in project management, business analysis, visual management, customer service, and strategic planning training and consulting. He has worked for PACCAR, Portland General Electric, and Mutual Health Systems. Ron earned a BS in Industrial Engineering at Oregon State University and completed specialized training at the University of Idaho and Stanford University.