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Module Overview

This module will require individuals to explore the profession of project management and critically evaluate the role it plays in contemporary organisations and solving the challenges they face, using examples and case studies from industry.

 

On successful completion, you will be able to:
1.    Critically evaluate the profession of project management
2.    Critically evaluate the role of the project manager in multiple contexts
3.    Analyse the knowledge, skills and behavioural requirements for project managers.

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