Project Management in Italy
ORGL689 - Experiences in Project Management: Firenze dal passato al presenta taught by Dr. Kristine Hoover and Kay Bachman
This course is designed to allow the student an opportunity to discover what makes exceptional project management through the examination of Italian projects Dal Passato al Presente ~ from the past to the present. While assessing the historical evidence of masterful Italian projects the student will draw from lessons learned in regard to managing complexity, communication strategies, and motivation techniques while realizing the association to contemporary management of today's projects.
This course begins immediately after the other graduate Italy courses end, for those students able to take 3 courses in 4 weeks while in Florence.
A typical class day would be:
9am - 10:15am - class session
10:15am - 10:45am - caffe' discussion
10:45am - 12:30pm - class session
12:30pm - 2:30pm - free time
2:30pm - 6pm - afternoon excursions
6pm on - free time
Program type: Short-term, faculty-led program administered by Gonzaga University
Dates: Friday June 10 - Friday, June 24, 2011
Eligibility: Graduate Students
Housing: 3 star hotel in Florence
Cost: $4870 (includes tuition)
Financial aid: Gonzaga and federal financial aid can be applied towards this program
Program Application: Applications will be considered on a rolling admissions basis.