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|Title:||The Methodology of Project Management Education|
|Authors:||Epstein, Daniel V.|
|Abstract:||The article describes the methodology of Project Management Education. Today most Project Management classes are either based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) by the Project Management Institute (PMI) or teach the scheduling tool used for project management. The former, apart from teaching of the tool use, provides minimum amount of the project management knowledge; the latter can be understood only by experienced project managers who are in the process of obtaining professional certification. The older books on the subject provide very basic knowledge and mostly ignore the process oriented nature of Project Management. The new methodology, still using the wealth of methods and techniques offered by PMBOK, provides project management knowledge and practical experience necessary to manage small to medium projects by students who completed the course described in the article.|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Review 2008 #1|
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