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Managing High Technology Projects in Transportation

Length: Approximately eight hours.

Description

Designed for both public and private sector project managers, this course emphasizes the project management issues associated with the implementation of technology-intensive transportation projects. Following an introduction to the project management context (fundamental principles, basic knowledge and skill areas, role of the project manager), the discussion takes the student through all phases of the project (definition, planning, design, and execution). The course covers the types of project management tools available for transportation systems projects and the techniques related with system acquisition. Software testing and evaluation are discussed at length.

This course is part of the core Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) curriculum established by the ITS Professional Capacity Building (PCB) program. For more information, click here.

Objectives

Upon conclusion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Define the fundamental principles of good project management.
  • Describe the general management skills and role played by the project manager as they relate to ITS projects.
  • Explain the steps taken to plan, design and implement ITS projects.
  • Describe the phases of projects (definition, planning, design, & execution) and the project management techniques relevant to each phase.
  • Follow leads to additional project management resource information.

Outline

Author

Paul Olson
P. E., PTOE

Philip Tarnoff
Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT)


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