Resources in Project Management: Estimate Activity Resources
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Full course description
What you'll learn:
Learn about the Estimating Activity Resource Management process, the second process as outlined in the Project Management Book of Knowledge. You will explore the inputs, outputs, and documents associated with this process. Through a self-reflection activity, you will build a part of a resource plan utilizing one of the tools and techniques to estimate activity resources.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Identify inputs, outputs and documents associated with estimating activity resources
- Build part of a resource plan utilizing a tool or technique to estimate activity resources
- Describe and create a resource breakdown structure
What you'll do:
View lecture videos, annotate accompanying book chapters, complete activities and submit final quiz.
Who this course is designed for:
Anyone interested in learning about Project Resource Management
Meet the instructor
David Corlett - Lecturer
David received his Ph.D. in History from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. He is currently a Lecturer with the Faculty of Leadership and Integrative Studies in CISA. Before joining the LIS team he held several university staff positions. Prior to ASU, he held a Professional Faculty appointment as Assistant and then Interim Director of the National Institute of American History and Democracy and was affiliated faculty with the Department of History at the College of William & Mary. As a partnership between William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, NIAHD offers programs, courses, internships, and public lectures on American history, public history, material culture, and museum studies. He is currently on the board of directors for several area museums and community organizations.
Erica Peters - Program Manager
Erica Peters holds a Master of Public Health Practice. She earned her MPH studying the relationship between continuing education and health education. Today, she spends her days managing multiple projects for the Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies, and specializes in multiple forms of Project Management.