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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Engineering and Technology Management

IT Project Management (E M 595, new Fall 2018)

As global businesses accelerate the adoption of digital strategies, and projects to implement and sustain them, the demand for skilled project managers with information technology project integration expertise increases. In addition to the normal problems that can cause a project to fail, factors that can add risk to an IT project include rapid advances in technology during execution, infrastructure changes that affect security and data management and unknown dependent relationships among hardware, software, network and data. EM 596, IT Project Management provides an educational experience that instills student confidence to influence and facilitate successful integrations of technology into contemporary corporate cultures.

Kay Bachman Ph.D., PMP  is a seasoned educator of project management. After 30 years of hands-on experience with companies, organizations and projects of various size, scope, and complexity, Kay has transitioned from  practitioner to instructor. She is a devoted member of PMI and a Certified Scrum Master. She has a wealth of real-world examples to share with students through vibrant stories. Dr. Bachman’s research investigates the Leadership Practices of Successful Project Leaders.



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