Requisition #: A-71239-2
Status: Full Time
School: Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Department/Program: Advanced Academic Programs
Location City: Washington
Location State: DC
Location Zip Code: 20036
Closing Date: Open until filled
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The Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) division seeks non-tenure track adjunct faculty to develop and teach 485.712 Project Management: Leading Projects to Successful Outcomes for online delivery within the MA in Organizational Leadership program. Online course development is scheduled from September 2020 to December 2020 for the Spring 2021 semester delivery. The course will run from January 2021 to May 2021. Candidates with online course development and teaching experience and those with experience teaching and engaging students from diverse backgrounds are of particular interest.
485.712 Project Management: Leading Projects to Successful Outcomes
Project management, as a strategic organizational competence, focuses on the goals, resources and timeline of workplace endeavors designed to achieve a unique product or service. Leading projects to a successful outcome will require attaining all project goals within given constraints. This course provides students the opportunity to learn the stages critical to successful project management and build skills to lead project teams through establishing scope, calculating cost, and assessing risk. Students in this course distinguish between project management and true leadership of projects, and proactively observe, assess and remedy extenuating circumstances to reach successful outcomes. The course will examine current project management processes associated with project. Students will develop mastery of the fundamental project management concepts through the use of case studies and software tool to lead successful projects through the entire project life cycle. Students will also acquire the leadership skills to monitor project statuses, document lessons learned, and successfully close a project.
The position will remain open until filled.
Candidates must submit the following:
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