Project Management in the Financial Services Industry
This course focuses on the divisions, departments, products, services, systems, and data essential to the operations of a financial services organization. Financial institutions are the major vehicles for exchanging money and managing risk on both a local and a global scale. They are ever changing to meet the needs of their many stakeholders: governments, corporations, start-ups, and consumers. As new products are developed to better respond to stakeholders needs, financial institutions require new processes and systems to deliver these solutions. Become familiar with the tools, techniques, and methodologies used, and the role of the IT project manager, in the planning, execution, and management of systems-oriented projects to meet the technological needs of financial institutions. The content and subject matter presented in this course are aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMI)® A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition.
You'll Walk Away with
- The skills to apply traditional and agile project management methods to the management of technological needs in the financial services industry
- Knowledge of each phase of the project management life cycle and its relation to technological needs in the financial services industry
- All levels of professionals who seek to explore the core concepts of project management in the financial services industry
- Professionals across all ends of the experience spectrum