Project Management Theory & Practice

A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Projektmenedzsment elmélete és gyakorlata

Last updated: 2016. június 16.

Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Course ID Semester Assessment Credit Tantárgyfélév
VIHIAV24   0/4/0/v 4  
3. Course coordinator and department Dr. Imre Sándor, Hálózati Rendszerek és Szolgáltatások Tanszék
6. Pre-requisites
Kötelező:
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TárgyEredmény("BMEVIHIJV95", "FELVETEL", AktualisFelev()) > 0)

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7. Objectives, learning outcomes and obtained knowledge The course prepares students for a professional role in the management of projects identified by complex, specific tasks. Lessons providing students with an understanding of the people –related, technical, financial, business, marketing and legal requirements necessary for the success of projects. The course programme contains specific unit where students will be required to collaborate in a project team to solve problems, make decision and overcome difficulties associated teamwork and communication when managing a real, past project implemented by  industry. 
8. Synopsis The program comprises taught course units :
•    Project Management Principles (project and program definition, dimensions, phases, life cicle, project maturity, history, project manager profession and required competencies)
•    Project methods (PMBOK, Prince, Agile, Six Sigma, Lean) and tools (collaborative software, issue tracking systems, scheduling, portfolio management, resource management, document management, workflow management, reporting and analysis)
•    Project initiation (strategy, vision, goals, scope, requirements), business analysis (income, expenditure, cashflow, profit, NPV, ROI), feasibility study, planning (WBS, budget, prediction-estimation, scheduling, decision, project chart), launching
•    Project organizational requirements (roles, players, responsibilities, authority,  structure, incentive system)
•    Leading, managing projects (earned value management)
•    Project monitor and control (review, audit)
•    Quality-, risk-, conflict-, issue-, change-, communication-, procurement- and contract management (types of procurement, procurement strategies, legal system elements, different contract forms)
•    Portfolio and program management  
•    Project closure (evaluation, lessons, classification, awarding, knowledge management)
•    Human Resource Management (Myers-Briggs personality test, self-improvement, conflict- and stress management, trust building, collaboration, responsibility, team building, performance evaluation)
•    Managing cultural differencies based on Hofstede survey
•    Case studies by industrial senior project managers

9. Method of instruction The facultative course, providing 4 credits is studied over 14 weeks strating in September each year. 
13. References, textbooks and resources J. Adair  : Effective Teambuilding. Pan Books /1986./
Project management handbook /Clelland, David I., King William R. /1988./
Joan Kutson, Ira Bitz: Project management: How to plan and manage successful projects /1991./
S.C. Schneider, J.L. Barsoux : Managing Across Cultures. Prentice Hall /1997./
Michael C. Thomsett : The Little Black Book of Project Management. AMACOM /1990./
S. Cooke, N. Slack : Making Management Decision. Prentice Hall /1991./
David King: Project Management Made Simple /1992./
Paul C. Dinsmore: The AMA handbook of Project Management /1993./
E.R. Smith, D.M. Mackie : Social Psychology, Worth Publishers, New York, 1995
Harold Kerzner: Project management: A systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling /1995./
V.K. Verma : Human Tresource Skills for the Project Manager. PMI Book, 1995
Principles of Project Management. Edited by J. R. Adams, PMI Book, 1996
Project Management Casebook. Ediited by D.I.Clealand, K.M. Bursic, R. Puerzer, A.Y. Vlasak. PMI Book, 1998
J.J.Phillips, T.W.Bothell, G.L.Snead : The Project Management Scorecard, Elsevier, 2002
R:L.Englund, A. Bucero : Project Sponsorship : Acheiving Management Commitment for Project Succes. John Wiley &Sons, Inc. 2006.
The standard for Porfolio Mangement. Project Management Institute (PMI) 2008.
D. Horsager : The Trust Edge. Free Press New York, 2009
R. Youell, C. Youell : Effective NLP Skills, Creating Success. Kogan Page Limited, 2011
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) Fifth Edition PMI, 2013

www.ipma.world/
www.apm.org.uk/
www.amanet.org
www.pmi.org   www.pmief.org   www.pmiteach.org
www.myersbriggs.org    http://www.celebritytypes.com

14. Required learning hours and assignment
Kontakt óra56
Félévközi készülés órákra7
Felkészülés zárthelyire21
Házi feladat elkészítése0
Kijelölt írásos tananyag elsajátítása0
Vizsgafelkészülés36
Összesen120