Higher education is undergoing great changes that require universities to adapt quickly, and making these changes can be difficult. One discipline that can aid in executing change is project management, which has developed a set of clear processes and strategies for completing initiatives quickly and effectively. Several authors have identified project management competencies as key in the practice of instructional design. However, in our experience it can be difficult to operationalize project management, particularly in instructional design projects that are large in scope and require a quick turnaround.
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Gardner, J., Bennet, P. A., Hyatt, N., & Stoker, K. (2018). Applying Project Management Strategies in a Large Curriculum Conversion Project in Higher Education. Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/i4blog/54