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Project Management Leadership and Team Focus

  • Focuses on Leadership and Team-Building
  • Builds Skills Within the “People” Domain of PM
  • PMI® Approved for CCR Credits (PMI PDU’s)

These intermediate- to advanced-level courses are specific to the knowledge and skills within the “people” domain of project management that will help project managers be more successful leaders, team members, and collaborators within our globalized working environment. Students considering these courses should have prior project management experience, should have preexisting Project Management Institute (PMI)® certification, or should have completed courses from the NYUSPS Core Project Management and Exam Prep area.

Introduction to Scrum Project Management

Go beyond the textbook theory and learn proven, effective scrum methods to apply to real-world project management challenges.

2018 Spring
1 section

Managing Virtual Teams

Develop the new skills that empower you to successfully manage a virtual team.

2018 Spring
1 section

Team Management in a Project Environment

Develop the skills necessary to bring diverse individuals together into a cohesive, goal-oriented team.

1 section

Managing Projects at Start-ups

Learn how to adapt generally accepted project management techniques to a young company, in which project timelines are compressed.

2018 Spring
1 section

Ethics in Project Management

Explore the many ethical issues project managers face that potentially jeopardize project success.

Persuasive Presentations for Project Managers

Practice creating and giving interactive, engaging, and successful presentations with fellow project managers in a supportive and fun environment.

The Art and Science of Innovation

Learn the art of innovation, enabling you to skillfully combine innovation science with standard project management methods.