PMA Acad. year 2017/2018 Summer semester 5 credits
Language of instruction
Subject specific learning outcomes and competences
- Student will acquaint how project manage, creating plans and auxiliary plans including risk analysis.
- Student overrules to define project source for assignment to activities and reallocation of sources.
- Student will able to adopt oneself and to apply knowledge and skills from project management area in corresponding context.
Generic learning outcomes and competences
- Student will able to apply knowledge from project management like the member of team in project.
- Obtained competency correspond requirement of candidate for internationally valid certification IPMA level D and C.
Prerequisite kwnowledge and skills
- Knowledge of higher mathematics.
- Kerzner, H.: Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling, 9th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2006, ISBN 13 978-0-471-74187-9.
- Rosenau, M., D.: Successful Project Management, John Wiley & Sons, 1998, 368 p., ISBN 0-4712-9304-0.
- IPMA ICB IV. 2015. Individual Competence Baseline for Project, Programme E Portfolio Management version 4.0. Vyd. IPMA. ISBN 978-94-92338-00-6.
Syllabus of lectures
- Introductory information. Certification in project management. 1.01 Strategy, 1.02 Governance, structures and processes.
- 1.03 Compliance, standards and regulations, 1.04 Power and interests, 1.05 Culture and values.
- 2.01 Self-reflection and self-management, 2.02 Personal integrity and reliability.
- 2.03 Personal communication, 2.04 Relations and engagement, 2.05 Leadership.
- 2.06 Teamwork, 2.07 Conflict and crisis, 2.08 Resourcefulness.
- 2.09 Negotiation, 2.10 Results orientation.
- 3.01 Project design, 3.02 Requirements and objectives.
- 3.03 Scope, 3.04 Time.
- 3.05 Organisation and information, 3.06 Quality.
- 3.07 Finance, 3.08 Resources, 3.09 Procurement.
- 3.10 Plan and control, 3.11 Risk and opportunity.
- 3.12 Stakeholders, 3.13 Change and transformation.
- Final examination.
Syllabus of numerical exercises
- Get members of teams together. Oneself assessment test. Selection processes of suitable staffers for project (choice of suitable organizational structure).
- "ETHICAL CODE" - personal and group ethical code..
- "CAULDRON" public performance - under fire off questions will be recorded public performance by camcorder. Simulation of panel discussion and meeting
- "PAPER TOWER" - similar like by public performance - under fire off questions will be recorded public performance by camcorder.
- Gramophone plate and negative questioning techniques. Dispersonification and problem solving by using meditation and facilitate methods.
- Application project management in establishment. Logical framework approach.
- Methods of estimating and time scheduling.
- Analysis of causes and effects. RASCI Responsibility Matrix.
- Decision making about optimal resource of project financing. Net present value.
- SWOT analysis. EVM - Earned value management method
- Risk analysis. RIPRAN method.
- Network chart. Resource levelling.
- Final test.
- Attendance list of classes - up to 12 points.
- Three evaluated home assignments evaluated together up to 40 points.
- Final written test up to 48 points.
- Active attending minimal 9 classes.
- Three evaluated home assignments.
- Final written test.
When a student cannot attend the excercise and proves it correctly (s)he can either attend the excercise with a different group (please inform the teacher about that) or (s)he can ask his/her teacher for alternative assignement that can compensate lost points from the excercise.
- The minimal 9 classes have to active attend.
- Submit three home assignments.
- To earn min. 50 points within the semester.
Course inclusion in study plans