Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

Course details

Project Manager

PMA Acad. year 2012/2013 Winter semester 5 credits

Current academic year

This course covers the following themes: TECHNICAL COMPETENCES: Project management success. Interested parties. Project requirements and objectives. Risk and oportunity. Quality. Project organisation. Teamwork. Problem resolution. Project structures. Scope and deliverables. Time and project phases. Resources. Cost and finance. Procurement and contract. Changes. Control and reports. Information and documentation. Communication. Start-up. Close-out.
BEHAVIOURAL COMEPETENCES: Leadership. Engagement and motivation. Self-control. Assertiveness. Relaxation. Openness. Creativity. Results orientation. Efficiency. Consultation. Negotiation. Conflict and crisis. Reliability. Values appreciation. Ethics. CONTEXTUAL COMPETENCES: Project orientation. Programme orientation. Portfolio orientation. Project, programme and portfolio implementation (PPP implementation). Permanent organisation. Business. Systems, products and technology. Personnel management. Health, security, safety and environment. Finance. Lega.


Language of instruction



Classified Credit (written)

Time span

26 hrs lectures, 26 hrs exercises

Assessment points

48 half-term test, 52 exercises




Learning objectives

The goal of the course is to get complex and comprehensive overview in project management according to IPMA standard.

Syllabus of lectures

  1. 1.08 Problem resolution, 1.09 Project structures, 1.15 Changes, 1.18 Communication.
  2. 3.01 Project orientation, 3.02 Programme orientation, 3.03 Portfolio orientation, 3.04 Project, programme and portfolio implementation (PPP implementation), 3.07 Systems, products and technology.
  3. 2.04 Assertiveness, 2.06 Openness, 2.10 Consultation.
  4. 2.01 Leadership, 2.02 Engagement and motivation, 2.11 Negotiation, 2.12 Conflict and crisis.
  5. 2.03 Self-control, 2.05 Relaxation, 2.07 Creativity, 2.14 Values appreciation.
  6. 2.08 Results orientation, 2.09 Efficiency, 2.13 Reliability, 2.15 Ethics.
  7. 3.05 Permanent organisation, 3.06 Business, 3.08 Personnel management, 3.09 Health, security, safety and environment.
  8. 1.01 Project management success, 1.02 Interested parties, 1.03 Project requirements and objectives,  1.19 Start-up.
  9. 3.10 Finance, 3.11 Legal, 1.14 Procurement and contract, 1.17 Information and documentation, 1.20 Close-out.
  10. 1.13 Cost and finance, 1.16 Control and reports.
  11. 1.04 Risk and oportunity, 1.05 Quality, 1.06 Project organisation, 1.07 Teamwork.
  12. 1.10 Scope and deliverables, 1.11 Time and project phases, 1.12 Resources.

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