Project Management 1
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
- Students will be introduced to the purpose of Project Management used in specific life and work situations.
- Students will be able to perform well-timed planning, set up goals of specific activities, estimate their meaning and practical impact, and eventually estimate the Return of Investment (or energy) put into these activities.
- Students will gain practical skills to view the goals in wider contexts – either economic, social (influencing other people and project stakeholders), or interpersonal contexts, including the relationship to themselves.
Mode of study
Group activities, concrete practical examples, social games and problem solving. The course is held in four five-hour education blocks.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Completion of preceding subjects Team Management I and II.
The goals of the first subject of the Project Management series are:
- To introduce the Project Management subject itself, its wider meaning and its usage in performing a production of a student festival.
- To learn best practices about what to consider when planning a project.
- To be able to analyze the goals of other parties and involve these goals into the planning stage of the project. To establishing requisites of the Contract Order.
- To create the project goals with their breakdown structure to specific project activities.
Emphasis is put on the social aspect of Project Management –team work, interpersonal arrangements, work under stress, and respect to each other.
Recommended or required reading
Doležal Jan a kol.: Projektový management podle IPMA, Grada Publishing, 2009, 512 s.
Pacovský P.: Člověk a čas, Time Management IV. generace, Praha: Grada Publishing, 2007
Schlippe, Arist von, Schweitzer J.: Systemická terapie a poradenství, Brno: Cesta, 2006, 251 s.
Schlippe, Arist von, Schweitzer J.: Lehrbuch der systemischen Therapie und Beratung.
Assessment methods and criteria
Independent activity of students is expected. Students will bring their own practical problems arising from the project management and issues to be solved in the class.
The subject will be credited when the student fulfills 75 percent of course hours by active participation in the class.
Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:
Učebna R310 (DAMU)
(Karlova 26, Praha 1)
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Fri||09:00–14:00||Daniel DYKAST||Učebna R310 (DAMU)
Karlova 26, Praha 1
Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:
The schedule has not yet been prepared