Information technology and service project management 803
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
IT and service project management looks at the process of planning, organising and executing projects that achieve an organisations' specific information technology (IT) and/or service goals. Given the growth of these two industries, the objective of this module is that learners gain a practical and theoretical foundation for managing IT and service projects, while also being exposed to the latest trends, innovations and techniques (e.g. Agile) in these two related management fields. At the completion of this module learners will have gained the knowledge and skills to lead effectively and creatively by using systems thinking to solve challenges in IT product and/or service design, development, and innovation.
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