The students develop skills, knowledge and attitudes concerned with methods, processes and aids used in planning, control, monitoring and marketing of projects.
Online lectures, online presentations and discussions, virtual team work, self-managed performance. Based on the principals of problem based learning, the students design a plan for an upcoming project topic in their companies.
Once the project plan is completed, the students write a min. 10-page long report describing their lessons learned under supervision of the teacher.
S. Sterrer, G. Winkler (2010): Setting Milestones: Projektmanagement Methoden – Prozesse – Hilfsmittel, Goldegg Verlag
PMI (2014): A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK-Guide), 5th edition
IPMA (2006): IPMA Competence Baseline, Version 3.0, available online: http://www.ipma.world/assets/ICB3.pdf
Conceptual framework of project and process management
Project organization and responsibilities
Project scope and estimation of time and costs
Developing a project network plan
Progress and performance measurement
Key processes in projects
Documentation, audit, termination and closure
The students develop skills, knowledge and attitudes concerned with principles, techniques, and tools used in planning, control, monitoring, and review of projects.