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: Room 1.13 in Emil-Figge-Strasse 44



Sustainability and Quality in Project Management -

Peter Reusch, Jose Ramon Otegi

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Peter Reusch
Jose Ramon Otegi

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.

Sustainability is one of the most important challenges of our time. How can we develop prosperity, without compromising the life of future generations? We are looking for a balance among economical, environmental, and social and human issues – a long term balance. The integration of sustainability in project management is very important because projects initiate changes – and changes must be shaped by sustainability criteria.

Project management standards like PMBOK® or ICB are extremely poor regarding sustainability issues. These standards are more than 10 years behind modern management approaches.

Research is called out to bridge this paradox by capturing multi and trans-disciplinary inquiry synergies and breaking up knowledge and expertise silos.

Target:

- to analyse and document concepts and cases of quality and sustainability management in projects,
- to develop core elements for a multi-media wiki for training quality and sustainability management in projects.
- to provoke abstract thinking, reflective attitudes and to infuse novelty.

Prerequisites to attend this module of the summer school:

- Knowledge of core topics of project management - like presented in PMBOK
- Knowledge of elementary concepts of quality management - principles
- Project management skills to organize and manage the project

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

Trainers:

Peter Reusch (FH Dortmund, to be confirmed)
Jose Ramon Otegi (University of the Basque Country)
Nerea Toledo (University of the Basque Country)
Maria E. Aguilar-Fernández (University of the Basque Country)
Leticia Fuentes-Ardeo (University of the Basque Country)
Paulina Jones (University of the Basque Country)
Anatoly Sachenko (Ternopil National Economics University)


Preliminary Schedule:


Room 1.13 - Emil-Figge-Str. 44
Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Topic





09:00-10:00
Welcoming
Workshop 1 - Literature Review (Paulina)
Workshop 2
Convergent thinking in research (Paulina)
Workshop 3
Divergent thinking in research (Paulina)
Presentations of TeamWork + Feedback (Joserra)
10:00-11:00
Introduction: Scope, Profiles, Teams (Joserra, Paulina)
Topic 1: Sustainable Business Models, Sustainable Project Lifecycle & Canvas Models (Mariu)
Topic 2: Lean Thinking and Sustainability
(Joserra)
Topic 3: Sustainable Project Management for Projects on Sustainability (Jeroen)
11:00-12:00
Introduction to topic: Sustainability, Project Management Standards (Joserra)
Lean thinking - Sustainability Case study (Joserra)
Discussion of the TeamWorks (Joserra)
12:00-13:00
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
Lunch@Mensa
13:00-14:00
Visit to International Geothermal Center in Bochum
Applied Case Study - Topic 2 (Mariu,Leti)
Sustainability in Project Management & Global Reporting Initiative (Leti, Mariu)
Hidden Sustainability & Knowledge Management (Leti)
Conclusion
14:00-15:00
15:00-16:00
Social event
(All Streams)

16:00-17:00
Mentored Teamwork (Joserra)
GRI WORLD CUP (Mariu, Leti)
Mentored Teamwork (Joserra)

17:00-18:00


Mentored teamwork
Teamwork, with mentors available for consulting
Tooled sessions
Teamwork using specific tools
Theory input
Magistral class, case studies
Networking and Environment research
Time to open minds
Integration
Group integratiom