Project Management for IT

By: Incus Data  04-16-2012
Keywords: Project Management, Project Managers, It Project Management Training Courses

The Project Management for IT course covers various aspects of project management, including project planning, risk management, change management, change control and quality management, with specific reference to IT projects. It also discusses the project development life cycle including initiation, planning, execution and closure.

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