Study programme and level
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Condition is entry into 2nd year of study.
Content (Syllabus outline):
- Introduction: What is a Project? What is a project Management? Relationship among Project Management, Program Management, Portfolio Management, Organizational Project Management and Organizational Strategy. Business Value. The role of Project Management.
- Project Management in Construction Industry and Real Estate Business.
- Organizational Influences on Project Management: Clusters and Styles. Communications. Structures. Assets. Environment. Project Stakeholders and Governance. project Team. Life Cycle.
- Project Management Processes and Integration Management
- Quantitative Methods in Project Management Processes and Integrations: Statistical Methods and Forecasting. Graphs and Networks.
- Project Scope and Time Managements
- Quantitative Methods for Time Management
- Project Cost Management and Net Present Value Approach
- Project Quality Management and Management of Human Resources
- Project Communication Management
- Project Risk management
- Procurement management
- Stakeholders management
Objectives and competences:
The goal is to use the analysis of project management, project planning principles to achieve and to understand of the process of formation of the projects on a theoretical level, the individual phases and as a whole.
– to inform students with a project approach to successfully achieve the objectives and success factors of the project, such as quality preparation, an experienced design team with a competent and experienced project managers with an effective project organization, supported by an appropriate project culture;
– knowledge of project-based approach to achieve the objectives;
– ability to understand the processes of preparation, tools and techniques for successful implementation of the project;
– is capable of critical analysis at different stages of the procedure, interpretation of data and data bases, identification of problems;
– familiar with the specifics of planning, management and execution of the project and the specifics of the design, management and implementation.
Intended learning outcomes:
Knowledge and understanding:
– students acquire knowledge and skills which enable the planning, management and implementation of projects. When this is used in all stages of critical assessment of individual influential factors in relation to the whole;
– understands the complexity and multidisciplinary areas and is able to use techniques learned to deal with it.
Learning and teaching methods:
– Written part of the exam 30%
– Oral part of the exam 30%
– Seminar work 40%
A guide to the project management body of knowledge : (PMBOK guide), Newtown Square: Project Management Institute, 2004
Stare, Aljaž, PROJEKTNI MANAGEMENT, Teorija in praksa, Založba agencija POTI, november 2011
Microsoft: Project 2016
- Meredith, R. Jack in S. J. Mantel: Project Management, 4. izdaja, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2000.
- David Bogataj: Planiranje projektov. Zapiski predavanja MEORL 18. Šempeter pri Gorici: MEDIFAS (izide decembra 2016).
- Hauc, A.: Projektni management, Ljubljana : GV založba, 2002
Izbrani članki iz International Journal of Production Economics