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PMGT2851: Project Analytics

2024 unit information

Project data analysis is required to inform decision making. This becomes increasingly significant as project becomes larger and more complex. This subject introduces students to a variety of fundamental analytical techniques used in project management including consideration of their assumptions, limitations, how and when they should be applied.

Unit details and rules

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Project Management

Code PMGT2851
Academic unit Project Management
Credit points 6
(PMGT1860 or ENGG1860) or (PMGT1850 or ENGG1850)
Assumed knowledge:

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Explain the purpose of measurement in different project contexts (hard/soft, large/small, complex/not, different domains, etc.)
  • LO2. Explain the uses and limitations of measurement in different project contexts
  • LO3. Explore a range of analytical tools and techniques for monitoring and control that are appropriate to different project contexts
  • LO4. Select and apply analytic tools and techniques to analyse situations, financial and organisational data, and trends
  • LO5. Apply analytical tools and techniques to specific project contexts
  • LO6. Monitor progress and make any necessary adjustments to parameters
  • LO7. Review and evaluate project performance at handover

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Semester 1 2024
Normal day Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney
There are no availabilities for previous years.

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