Prof. Sam Ghosh will be teaching DNSC 6237 International Project Management (1.5) at GW this summer. This course will count toward your Decision Sciences Elective. The course will begin 5 July through 12 August.
An overview of global project management from initiation through planning, execution, closing, and with general emphasis on control will be provided. It is designed to augment the basics of domestic project management with information pertinent to the global project environment, working in multiple countries, cultures, time zones and working virtually.
1) To understand difference between project management and international project management
2) To understand different cultures and how it impacts management for projects in a domestic and global environment
3) To understand major aspects of international project management
4) To provide fundamental information for the PM as a “what to expect” road map to international project governance
Current MSPM student, Rahul Rathod obtained his Project Management Professional (PMP)® Credential. Rahul joined MSPM in Fall 2015. Since then he has actively participated in MSPM program activities and PMI events. He took the PMP exam last month and subsequently passed it. Congratulations, Rahul on your recent success!