Project Management Professional

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Project management (PM) is concerned with bringing about change in the business environment, while business analysis is concerned with ensuring that the change is of the required quality and value. Both are independent strategic processes. In reality, however, they are interrelated since no project can be performed perfectly according to business requirements unless a thorough analysis is conducted initially in the project’s lifetime. The foundation for justifying and achieving the ultimate goal of adding value to business operations is built on a foundation of excellent project management and in-depth analysis.

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to Research Existing Business Systems.
  • Identify Improvement Opportunities.
  • Document Business Requirements.
  • Facilitate Deliverables Acceptance.
  • Understand the entire business cycle.
  • Be able to operate effectively at varying degrees of detail
  • Collaborate constructively with teams and upper management.
  • Make problem-solving and decision-making easier.
  • Participate actively in project tasks such as business case creation and requirements gathering.

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Project Management Professional
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