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Project Management

  • Teaching and Technology (TeachTech) Collaborative offers workshops to faculty and students teams throughout the academic year, including sessions focused on effective management of dissertation and collaborative research projects.

  • The U-M Library Project Management Special Interest Group has put together a list of resources on project management, including tools and methodologies for students and researchers.

  • Graduate students can also sign up for U-M Project and Program Management Community of Practice Group to learn, share, and explore emerging methods and best practices in the management of their research and writing projects.

  • The ITS Project Management Forum organizes a series of technical training workshops for students and staff interested in improving their project management, leadership, and strategic management skills, particularly as they intersect with technology.

  • The Ross School of Business offers an elective course in fall and winter semesters, TO 616: Project Management, focusing on how to manage non-repetitive business activities such as construction, new product development and market introduction, consulting engagements, and organizational restructurings.