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Lean Project Management

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Originating from an industry linked proposal, the Built Environment Project course is a research-led project supported though small group and individual academic supervision and guidance.

This course can be taken for a CPD certificate or for 60 credits towards a masters qualification.

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Course Dates

1st September 2016 – 31st July 2017

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Course Description

The module focuses your ability to undertake research, critical analysis and integration and application of knowledge, understanding and skills, (including skills development as appropriate to the project) in generation of solutions to identified issues within your industry or organisation. In this course you will define a project that addresses an emerging need or issue within a specialised area/context within the built environment or allied professional area, or which responds to employer need, or is part of your ongoing professional career development requirement.

You will be supported through the development of your project in the planning, research and resolution of a significant issue located within the built environment/allied professional area. Your project should provide recommendations for action or propose resolution of the given issue. 

Tutor Profile: Christine Pasquire is Professor of Lean Project Management in the Centre for Lean Projects at Nottingham Trent University. Originally a QS, Christine completed her PhD on information flow in contracting organisations in 1992. Since then she has been actively researching Lean in project environments, particularly the head office and commercial aspects. Under Christine’s guidance the Centre for Lean Projects focuses on action research and action learning, linking research to practice and practice to research. Christine is also a director and trustee of the Lean Construction Institute UK Ltd, founder member of the European Group for Lean Construction and senior member of the International Group for Lean Construction www.iglc.net.

How to apply

To apply please read the guidance notes and complete the application form.

You should then email the form to be considered by the academic team.

Any questions?

Email: christine.pasquire@ntu.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 2095