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    Engineering Management Methods

    A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Mérnöki menedzsment módszerek

    Last updated: 2014. február 14.

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics
    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

    Electrical Engineering, BSc Program

    Computer Engineering, BSc Program

    Economic and Human Sciences

    Elective course

    Course ID Semester Assessment Credit Tantárgyfélév
    VITMAK47   2/0/0/f 2  
    3. Course coordinator and department Dr. Sallai Gyula Antal, Távközlési és Médiainformatikai Tanszék
    Web page of the course http://qosip.tmit.bme.hu/cgi-bin/twiki/view/VITMAK47E/SubjectCourse13142
    4. Instructors  
     NamePosition
    Department
     Sallai, Gyula DScProfessor
    Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Abos, Imre PhD
    Associate Professor
     Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Kósa Zsuzsanna, PhD
     Associate Professor Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Kunsági, László
     Research Fellow
     Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
    5. Required knowledge Basic knowledge of technology and economics
    6. Pre-requisites
    Ajánlott:

    No prerequisites

    The subject is not available for those who have already passed the MSc subject "Engineering Management" (BMEVITMM112).
    7. Objectives, learning outcomes and obtained knowledge To get acquainted with the methods of technology- and innovation management, the typical engineering management roles, tools and situations, the market entrance and acceptance of new products and technologies and to overview the product and technology development and further innovation tasks, to recognize the roles of professional preparedness, knowledge, knowledge transfer and orientation in the research, development, design and organization. The included realistic examples help to start the first successful steps in your career.
    8. Synopsis

    Engineering Management (EM) situations and solution

    1. Aims and functions of EM. Roles of electrical and computer engineers in the information society. Structure and economic role of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). Business priorities, business value generation.
    2. Definition, characteristics and components of management.
    3. Management corporate IT, communications engineering and business functions. Operative and strategic management tasks.
    4. Principles, models and procedures of EM in the field of information transmission and processing.
    5. Techno-economic modelling, optimization.
    6. Management tasks in network planning, location, control, distribution, scheduling and resource allocation.
    7. Statistic and heuristic procedures in the preparation of techno-economic decisions.

    Innovation-management

    1. Areas, tools and institutions of innovation-management, forms of promotion of innovation.
    2. Future oriented technology forecast, recognition of technological breakthrough, management of changing generation.
    3. Procedure, institutions and influence of standardization on the markets of technology. Relationship among innovation, competiton and standardization.
    4. Intellectual property rights in the innovation procedure: protection of technical works, works of authors, databases, rights of neighbours, trademarks.
    5. Steps in development of technology/product, procedure of market admission, methods of development marketing
    6. Roles of ICT in development product/business, its contribution to value genaration.
    7. Corporate culture, corporate behaviour in innovative organizations.
    9. Method of instruction Interactive lecture.
    10. Assessment a. During semester: 2 midterms of the maximum score of 30 - 30.
        Condition of passing the subject and receiving term mark: passing each midterm of at least 10 points.
    b. During exam term: no exams.
    c. No exams during semester.
    11. Recaps

    Any one of the midterms can be replaced (improved) during both the semester and the week of replacements, but only one of them can be replaced (improved). To replace (improve) a midterm during the week of replacements students have to register for a “signature replacing exam” in Neptun system and pay extra service fee. The conditions (including the subject) of the replacing (improving) midterms are the same as the ones of the ordinary midterms. The result of the improving midterm overwrites the one of the improved midterm.


    12. Consultations Before and after lectures and during office hours of the lecturers after making appointments through email.
    13. References, textbooks and resources

    IEEE Engineering Management Review

    Murphy, T.: Achieving Business Value from Information Technology, Gartner 2002.
    Morel-Guimaraes, L. - Khalil, T.M.- Hosni, Y. A.: Management of Technology. Key success factors for innovation and sustainable development. Elsevier, 2005
    EITO: European Information Technology Observatory, 2005
    Bidgoli, H. (ed.).: The Handbook of Technology Management, 3 volumes, Wiley, USA, 2010

    14. Required learning hours and assignment
    Lectures 28
    Preparation for lectures during semester 14
    Preparation for midterms 18
    Total (in hours)
     60
    15. Syllabus prepared by
     NamePosition
    Department
     Sallai, Gyula, DScProfessor
    Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Abos, Imre, PhD
    Associate Professor
     Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Kósa Zsuzsanna, PhD
     Associate Professor Department of Telecommunications and Informatics
     Kunsági, László
     Research Fellow
     Department of Telecommunications and Informatics