Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

INFS7520 - Ldrshp Skls Info Tech Proj Mgt
Spring 2014

INFS7520 This course builds upon the concepts contained in the five Process Areas by focusing upon the nine Knowledge Areas in general and human resource management in particular. This course introduces leadership strategies for improving job satisfaction, teamwork, and creativity within a project team. Specific information technology project management leadership topics include strategic project planning, authority, change control, requirements development, work estimating, work breakdown structures, scheduling, plan optimization, and performance tracking. Students learn how to tailor their leadership style and acquire the skills most suited to their information technology culture. The course also equips the student with techniques for motivating information technology professionals for optimum performance within their organization. Skills needed to deal effectively with customers and technology vendors, to delegate technology assignments, and to make presentations for information technology projects are also presented.
Prerequisite: COIS7479 or ENGR5030
3 Credits

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