What you’ll learn: Roles & Responsibilities In A Project
The students will learn that projects have a lot of different people involved in them. Collaboration is needed between the team members, customer, stakeholders, and others
Project management basics
Roles & Responsibilities In A Project Description
To do a successful project, we need to know about all the different people and groups that become a part of a project. What is it that they do in a project. How do they engage in a project, and HOW do you, as a project manager, manage these different groups. REMEMBER, projects are a collaborative effort!
By the end of this class, you will understand some of the critical roles in a project and how they help complete a project successfully. If you do not know these different resources, we, as leaders, cannot successfully create a resource plan or build an execution strategy?
At the end of the course, you will do a project to define roles and assign responsibilities for the people in your project work.
This course is to the point and will give you the information you need to lead a project, a team, and engage stakeholders.
- project managers, project management students, people involved in project work, leaders, managers, business owners
Hajara AlAmodi, SFPC, PMP
- “I am a PMP and Scrum certified project manager, project management, business valuation, and investment advisory instructor.
- Chief Project Officer at Teqlogica Corporation, a software and security services company. I have done many projects in software implementation, integration, business continuity, disaster recovery, service delivery, etc. I also am a real estate developer and have done residential, infrastructure, and commercial projects in India.
- I believe in working in a projectized manner because it is cost-effective and helps me realize benefits and value sooner and better. Project management is relevant to all parts of life.
- I have taught several students over the years. And a majority of them have passed the exam and are now PMP certified project managers.
- I see many project managers who don’t know the basic best practices of project management. As an entrepreneur working in the investment world, I see many founders and learn about their businesses. I teach them project management skills. Founders must know about project management skills. Because Great companies are not just about a great idea, but there is a process to it. Those who understood it had created million-dollar businesses.
- I teach founders how to develop a value for their business and secure the RIGHT type of funding. Knowing your numbers before you meet an investor is critical. Unfortunately, many business owners have either no idea about the valuation of their business or value it right off the charts!”
Hajara AlAmodi is an investor. She is also the founder and chief in charge of Al Amodi Avenues, an investment and business valuation advisory business. She spends most of her time at the intersection of business, technology, and investing with a global focus. She was the founder of a software services company in the USA, named Waadi Corporation.
Hajara ran large scale technology projects for companies in IT, transport, finance, services, and consumer goods industries, leading merger and acquisitions in south Asian countries. She can identify lucrative investment opportunities in businesses to help shape and grow those businesses. Her experience and understanding of building businesses from ground zero have led many companies to seek advice.
She sits on the board of international companies in finance, venture capital, private equity, e-learning, real estate, education, and research such as Vivacity Global in Nigeria, Comfort homes builders in India, Teqlogica in the USA, Red Perit in the USA, and Faster Capital in UAE. She is the co-founder of The startup council, a technology incubator helping minorities in the USA.
She Co-Chairs the campaign for 2020 Women on Boards in Chicago, which is focused on increasing diversity on corporate boards. She also did similar work in the Middle East working and helping the 30% Club at their research committee.
Hajara was recognized as a top’ director to watch’ by The Private Director Company in 2019 and named on the top 100 people in Finance 2020. She is often invited to speak on technology, business growth & investment analysis work because of her global perspective.
She also is a project management lecturer who helps students understand and apply project management techniques to their businesses and work. She says it is a structured way to minimize risks and maximize ROI.