Project Management 2

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206MGP2 Z 3 24S Czech summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

1.Students will be able to use Project Management tools and methodologies to perform the student festival production project.

2.During the festival, students will be able to self-reflect on their activities and their impact, to communicate with other students and actively solved problematic or unpleasant situations that may occur.

3.According to their individual capabilities, students will be able to give and receive feedback, react flexibly to actual project situations, and work within their own borders and respect borders of others.

Mode of study

Group activities, students bring their own specific task or problems that occur within the festival realization. The course is held in four five-hour education blocks.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Completion of preceding subject Project Management I.

Course contents

The goals of the course are the active use of the project management principles within realization of the student festival. The classes are focused on concrete practical examples and real life situations that are presented by students. A big emphasis is put on personal and interpersonal aspect of those situations. Usually analyzed and solved areas are:

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.

Parma Petr: Umění koučovat, Alfa Publishing, 2006, 222 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:

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Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

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The subject is a part of the following study plans