INET 4082W

About This Course

This course is a must-have for anyone seeking effective communication skills in real-world IT environments. Students delve into applied subject matter immediately using a business case involving a mission-critical technical project. The course teaches project management best practices, covering scope definition, work breakdown structure, and scheduling and cost estimation, as well as other crucial skills needed for project success, including stakeholder management, risk management, project leadership, and organizational change.

All concepts are deeply integrated through simulation assignments that students complete both individually and in teams. Over the course of the semester, students collaborate on a team project, applying writing and project management skills to realize measurable organizational value for a company.

Sample textbook: Information Technology Project Management: Providing Measurable Organizational Value, 5th Edition, Jack T. Marchewka


Ben Ayvaz
Ben Ayvaz

MBA with emphasis in technology delivery and marketing, Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business; BS, management information systems, University of Wisconsin

Ben is a management consultant with extensive experience in project management in the construction, technology, government, and health care industries. Ben's goal in teaching is to give back to a profession he loves by sharing his experience and helping to develop our next generation of leaders.

  • INET 2001 – Fundamentals of IT
  • INET 3102 – Web Infrastructure
  • INET 4082W − IT Infrastructure Projects and Processes
  • INET 4083W – Systems II: Analysis and Design

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