USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN FUTURE PROJECT MANAGERS' TRAINING
AbstractThe article clarifies the concepts of project and project management, substantiates the use of information systems and technologies in training specialists in project management (project manager and program manager), discusses the characteristics and functions of project management information systems as well as describes the materials and methods of project implementation and the advantages of using IT for project creation. The author outlines the contents of project managers' training at the University of Education Management Educational-Scientific Institute of Management and Psychology and claims that future project managers must know the main characteristics and functionalities of and be trained to use the MS Project, Oracle Primavera, etc. The project management students also have to be able to determine the purpose of and tools for a calendar network model development, to formulate requirements for project management software in solving specific problems as well as to use software for project planning, monitoring and analysis.
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