Program Courses

To earn a Certificate in Agile Practices from Northwestern University, students must complete the following courses:

  1. Agile for Practitioners Core Course (PROJ_PMI 403-0)
  2. Any two Agile or project management electives

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Annual Schedule

CORE COURSE
FALL WINTER SPRING SUMMER
PROJ_PMI 403-0 Agile for Practitioners                         X X X
ELECTIVE COURSES
FALL WINTER SPRING SUMMER

PROJ_PMI 204-0 Developing People and Teams

X X X
PROJ_PMI 211-0 Soft Skills for the Project Manager X X
PROJ_PMI 225-0 Power Excel Skills for Project Managers X X
PROJ_PMI 315-DL Risk Management (online) X X
PROJ_PMI 345-DL Practical Project Planning (online) X X
PROJ_PMI 350-0 Leading and Coaching Agile Teams X
PROJ_PMI 360-0 Agile Estimating and Planning X
PROJ_PMI 365-0 Supporting an Agile Transformation X

Attribution

PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PMI-ACP, and PMP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

PDP courses are offered online, remotely, and on-campus in accordance with University guidelines . Please refer to the Schedule Notes for course delivery information.

IMPORTANT: The registration process for all professional development courses requires you to (A) register for your course, (B) complete an acknowledgment of Northwestern University's Student Expectations and COVID-19 Code of Conduct in CAESAR. Current students with an active NetID must complete their student acknowledgment in CAESAR before registering for courses. New students must complete their student acknowledgment in CAESAR within 48 hours of enrollment before official registration can be finalized.
Please contact pdp@northwestern.edu for assistance.



PROJ_PMI 300-0 : Managing Global Teams: Adaptive Project Management


Description

Leading and managing global teams creates many challenges for project managers. Project teams must develop adaptive ways of working in a virtual setup to work productively from any location by clarifying roles, tasks, and processes, and with well-defined rules of engagement aligned to an organization’s culture and strategy. This 4-week course, designed for project leaders and global teams, will address the challenges associated with distributed/remote teams and provides innovative solutions to minimize project disruptions. Using lectures, case studies, discussions, and group exercises, you will learn how to effectively project manage using communication protocols and collaboration tools, data management and governance, decision rights and stakeholder management, and business acumen and judgment.

Tuition : $810

Spring 2023
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
04/11/23 - 05/04/23TuTh
6 – 8 p.m. 43
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Ryali, Balajirao
Remote Campus
Closed
Schedule Notes :

This course will be conducted remotely, online.

This course has required live, synchronous sessions, held online via Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Sync session attendance is mandatory unless otherwise stated by the course instructor.

All times listed CST

For more information, please contact profdev@northwestern.edu.

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