Summer School at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund 2016

from the 26th of June until the 1st of July 2016 in Dortmund

Location: Meeting room (1st floor) at Otto-Hahn-Str. 23




General Project Management


Asta Daunorienė, Ruta Ciutiene

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Asta Daunorienė
Ruta Ciutiene

Registration

There are 20 places for this module of the summer school. Official registration by mail (to: ala.nuseibah (@) fh-dortmund.de) and confirmation by the trainer is mandatory. Deadline for registration is over.


Today Project Management plays a fundamental role in nowadays business environment. Paying exclusive attention to the project management can quickly become an extremely important issue for many organizations in order to achieve strategic goals and to meet economic environment challenges. There are many tools, techniques and processes that will help you manage your projects more efficiently. However, beside all tools and techniques the success of a project depends on the Project Manager.

Despite meticulous planning and risk-management processes, a Project Manager may encounter, on a near-daily basis, such events as the failure of workers, failure of reached project planning results and etc. In order to deal with such problems Project Manager must constantly understand the general steps that he(she) can take to avoid or minimize these problems.

IPMA Competence Baseline (ICB), PMBOK® Guide and PRINCE2 are the most popular and common project management methodologies that guides project managers through the essentials for running a successful project.


General Project Management Stream provides students a basic understanding of project management principles.


Target:


The main aim of the General Project Management Stream is to introduce the essential project management tools based on project management knowledge.
General Project Management Stream topics:
  • Developing and justifying project idea;
  • Good project charter/plan: secrets and challenges;
  • Tools for the planning project scope, time and cost;
  • Project team and project leader roles and responsibilities.

General Project Management Stream is based on a real case analysis and real time teamwork.

The course is not intended for students already enrolled in the European Master in Project Management.


Results: 3 ECTS for successful participation in the summer school, additional 3 ECTS for delivering a homework defined during the summer school.


Trainers:

Asta Daunorienė (Kaunas University of Technology)

Ruta Ciutiene (Kaunas University of Technology)

Anatoliy Sachenko (Ternopil National Economic University)

Sergey Bushuyev (Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture)

Galyna Tabunshchyk (Zaporizhzhya National Technical University)



Example of a Project Management Course from Kaunas University of Technology:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=68&v=Zq3WtzNbeUY

Schedule:


Location: Meeting room (1st floor) at Otto-Hahn-Str. 23


Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Topic





09:00-10:00
Welcoming
(All Streams)
Workshop 1. Fundamentals of project management. Managing projects driving by entrepreneurship energy.
Prof. Sergey Bushuyev
Workshop 2.Good project charter/plan: secrets and challenges.
Prof. Ruta Ciutiene
Workshop 3.Tools for the planning project scope, time and cost.
dr Asta Daunoriene
Preparation for final presentations of the General Project management sream results
10:00-11:00
Open Sourse Software for Project Management.
Prof.Galyna Tabunshchyk
Guided Teamwork
Guided Teamwork
Guided Teamwork
11:00-12:00
Guided Teamwork
Guided Teamwork
Guided Teamwork
12:00-13:00
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
13:00-14:00
Company Visit to Hella (Hamm)
Guided Teamwork
Quality Management and Standards issues'.
Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko
Workshop 4. Project team and project leader roles and responsibilities.
Prof. Ruta Ciutiene
Conclusion
14:00-15:00
Presentations and discussion
Guided Teamwork
15:00-16:00
Social event
(All Streams)
Presentations and discussion

16:00-17:00
Case analysis. Recording project ideas.
Presentations and discussion
Presentations and discussion

17:00-18:00