I've been fortunate to have had a successful career leading software development teams for over twenty-five years. If you are a budding software engineer, you may have learned how to code but that isn't enough. It takes a highly-focused, talented, and collaborative team to deliver successful products to market.
I'm on a mission to prepare tech folks entering the job market to learn how teams and projects should work. Soooooo, I'm knee-deep designing and creating "Young Person's Guide to Project Management." This blended learning course (book, videos, and class exercises) teaches young adults* the fundamentals of project management.
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more information coming in 2019 ...
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Combining traditional classroom with online learning and peer interaction results in better learning outcomes. More engaging, more ownership, and more retention. Isn't this what education is all about? And finally a complete book on leadership and project management for the student.
This book can be self-taught or can be used in a classroom as part of a course curriculum or as a virtual, online web eLearning class. Young Person's Guide to Project Management presents a comprehensive set of tools to learn project management fundamentals. Contrary to most boring management books, the visual design will grab your attention and fun to learn.
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Instructors can use this book over the period of a semester (or accelerated in a quarter) in school. A special edition of Young Person's Guide to Project Management has additional information in order to successfully teach the course.
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Courseware books provide the core material for self-paced learning. Blended learning, like Young Person's Guide to Project Management, turns the book into a workbook with so much more.
The book (the workbook) is organized as a sequence of lessons stock full of learning content, case studies, team (class) exercises, and a test-your-knowledge review. For homework, there is an online video with a short quiz and documents you can download. Video lessons can be viewed on browsers on desktop, laptop, and tablets (closed captioning available).