ETI4632 Advanced Stakeholder Analysis for Projects
Successful project managers learn to develop and apply cooperative and engagement techniques within project teams. Students will develop and apply the processes, tools and techniques that lead project team members and stakeholders and promote effective communications in a multidimensional environment. Students will apply the methods of leadership that are most appropriate for achieving project success. By learning and practicing proven communication, team-building, conflict resolution and negotiation skills, students will help maximize the productivity and results of a project team.
Prerequisite: ETI 3630.
Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
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