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17ABBNMP - Project Proposal and Management

Distance learning instructions:

19.3.2020 - upload PDF files with lectures including topic 3 (project initiation) and topic 4 (project planning)

16.4.2020 - upload PDF files with lectures including topic 5 (risk analysis) and topic 6 (realization of the project and people competencies)

5.5.2020 - upload PDF files with exercise including topic 6 (Project Proposal and Management)

8.5.2020 - upload PDF files with lecture including topic 7 (Project completion and final report)

Code Completion Credits Range Language
17ABBNMP KZ 2 1P+1C English
Lecturer:
Václav Bláha (guarantor)
Tutor:
Václav Bláha (guarantor), Klára Hiřmanová, Petra Hospodková
Supervisor:
Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

Project management, definition of terms project, program portfolio, project life cycle, project goal and benefits, triple imperative, project success assessment. Project idea, opportunity study, feasibility study (purpose, content, processing), SMART objective, stakeholders. Project identification list, logical framework. Design of project structures, stakeholders. Planning of time, resources, costs, budget, changes, procurement and contractual relations, personnel management. Risk analysis and risk management, methods for risk analysis.

Reporting on the project status, evaluation of the current project status. information and documentation, communication. Leadership and motivation of people, negotiation and discussion procedures. Project completion, final report.

Requirements:

Presence min. 85 % within seminars, defence of the semestral work, successful final test. The overall evaluation is composed as 40 % semestral work and 60 % test.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to project management, possibilities of certification, definition of terms project, program portfolio, project life cycle, project goal and benefits, triple imperative, project success assessment

2. How does project created, definition and explanation of the terms Project idea, Opportunity study, Feasibility study (purpose, content, processing), SMART objective, stakeholders. Feasibility study

3. How does project start, procedures, definitions. Project identification list, logical framework. Design of project structures, stakeholders

4. Planning of time, resources, costs, budget, changes, procurement and contractual relations, personnel management

5. Risk analysis and risk management, methods for risk analysis

6. Reporting on the project status, evaluation of the current project status. information and documentation, communication. Leadership and motivation of people, negotiation and discussion procedures

7. Project completion, final report, individual work

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Project description. Writing goals, objectives, outcomes.

2. Logic frame of the project

3. Feasibility study

4. Study Work Breakdown (SWB)

5. Structure budget planning

6. RIPRAN (RIsk PRoject ANalysis) - empirical method for project risk analysis

7. Final presentation

Study Objective:

The aim of the course is to teach students how to work in a team among people. Set a meaningful goal and a way to reach it. Understand the basic principles of project management. Expose students to work in an environment with uncertainty and chance.

Study materials:

Mandatory references:

[1] SAN CRISTÓBAL MATEO, José Ramón. Management science, operations research and project management. Farnham: Gower, 2015. ISBN 978-1-4724-2643-7.

[2] Handbook on project management and scheduling. Editor Christoph SCHWINDT, editor Jürgen ZIMMERMANN. Cham: Springer, 2015. International handbooks on information systems. ISBN 978-3-319-05914-3.

[3] COPLAN, Scott a David MASUDA. Project management for healthcare information technology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011. ISBN 978-0-07-174053-1.

[4] APM body of knowledge. Sixth edition. Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire: Association for Project Management, 2012. ISBN 978-1-903494-40-0.

Recommended references:

[1] KARSH, Ellen a Arlen Sue FOX. The only grant-writing book you'll ever need. 3rd ed., rev. & updated. New York: Basic Books, 2009. ISBN 978-0-465-01869-7.

[2] TREMORE, Judy a Nancy Burke SMITH. Grant writing: a complete resource for proposal writers. Avon: Adams Media, c2009. Only writing series you'll ever need. ISBN 978-1-59869-869-5.

[3] SMITH, Nancy Burke a Judy TREMORE. The everything grant writing book: create the perfect proposal to raise the funds you need. 2nd ed. Avon: Adams Media, c2008. ISBN 978-1-59869-633-2.

[4] SMITH, Nancy Burke a E. Gabriel WORKS. The complete book of grant writing: learn to write grants like a professional. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2006. ISBN 978-1-4022-0667-2.

[5] NEWELL, Michael W. Preparing for the project management professional (PMP) certification exam. 3rd ed. New York: AMACOM, American Management Association, c2005. ISBN 0814408591.

Note:
The course is a part of the following study plans:
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