The Certificate in Business Project Management (CBP) is a graduate program designed to improve the skills required for managing business projects at companies.
Focused on applying concepts and tools to the day-to-day activities of companies, the CBP gives students the toolset they need for leading multifunctional projects at organizations. Given the diversified initial preparation for the business world, the program also prepares professionals to assume management positions.
The CBP is aimed at professionals with up to three years of experience who have proven functional knowledge of the various areas of medium and large companies and who want to improve their project management skills, acquire the preparation required to effectively solve problems at businesses, develop the skills needed to work in other areas, and accelerate their careers through the development of managerial skills.
Because the CBP was designed to develop professionals who become references in their organizations regardless of where they work
Structured to ensure students make the most of the program, the CBP covers topics that range from fundamental elements of business administration, such as interpersonal skills and economic and financial analyses, to issues related to the structure of the business, such as improvements in processes, marketing strategies and leadership. After initially developing in students a vision of projects applied to the business environment, the program covers the complete project cycle at organizations, including project proposals, delivery management and change management.
Guy Cliquet do Amaral Filho
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Master of Mecatronic Engineering from the Polytechnic School at the University of São Paulo (USP) and received a bachelor’s degree from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA). He holds professional certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI). In addition to his professorships, his career includes 25 years of experience in senior management positions at companies such as Twill, American Tool Companies, Synchro and Braskem. His experience in Project Management includes initiatives in the areas of Management Systems, Automation, Manufacturing, Software Development and Education. He is a doctor of Organizational Behavior from Tulane University (New Orleans).