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<h2>Thinking of starting your career in Project Management Psychology?</h2> Then you have landed in the right place.
The overall aim of this crash course into Project Management Psychology is to explore and examine key concepts, methods and techniques used in project management and also to look at the organisation, the group, the individual and their interaction within the confines of a project from a psychological point of view.
The most important resource that often makes or breaks a project are people and psychology is the science of behaviour that can show how to predict, understand, explain and control behaviour. The human resource element is the main focus of this course with the primary aim to help project managers learn to manage their connections with the various people involved in projects more efficiently with the use of “soft skills” and some psychological insight.
Issues discussed will all be in some way related to project personnel. What impact does a fast-paced project management environment have on people? How people hinder or boost each other’s performance and how can negatives be minimised and positives maximised? This crash course aims to apply psychological and science based principles to addressing these issues.
It examines the process of managing a project at a macro level, providing an overview of certain key concepts. It identifies steps, elements and attributes that are known to be problematic and require special attention, all the while seeking to provide psychology based preventive techniques, remedies and solutions to these problems wherever possible.
Throughout the course, it is emphasised that no matter how promising a project looks in the beginning, it’s success still hinges on the versatile and diverse element of project personnel. This course aims to help understand the backstage processes of the everyday workings of a project and the problems that arise from diversity, human error, negligence or even over attentiveness.
bound: 359 pages
publisher: Expert of Course Publishing (May 13, 2017)
filesize: 28392 KB