1626 Project Management

1626 Project Management

  • Study programme and level: Professional degree programme Administration 1st Cycle
  • 3rd year
  • 6 ECTS
  • Course type: Core
  • Lectures: 45
  • Tutorial: 30
  • Other forms of study: 45
  • Individual work: 60
  • Lecturer: Jože Benčina, PhD and Aleksander Aristovnik, PhD

 

 

1. Objectives and competences

 

Student:

  • understands project management as a guide of the successful execution of work processes
  • knows and understands the key roles in the organisation of project
  • understands how to lead team and individuals
  • analyses the project and uses the network planning method to decompose it into phases and tasks which are then joined to a network model,
  • understands the meaning of the basic economic valuating of the projects and chooses and uses appropriate methods for evaluation of investment projects.

Competences

  • to control basic project management parameters and to use suitable methods and information and communication technology for the achieving project goals
  • to plan and solve concrete problems related to the usage of project management approaches and methods
  • to work in a project team
  • to valuate project and project results and outcomes.

 

2. Content

  • Project conception and initiation
  • Project planning
  • Products planning
  • Network programming
  • Project organization
  • Project leadership
  • Project monitoring and controlling
  • Project closure
  • Financial mathematic basic
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Evaluating project effectiveness
  • Public investment project decision making

3. Readings

 

  • STARE, Aljaž (2012). Projektni management: teorija in praksa. Ljubljana: Agencja Poti, (izbrana poglavja) 280 str.
  • DEVJAK, Srečko (2004). Kvantitativne metode za analize v upravi. 2. Ponatis (4. poglavje). Fakulteta za upravo, Ljubljana.
  • HAUC Anton (2002).Projektni management. GV Založba, Ljubljana
  • LUCEY, Terry (2002). Quantitative Techniques, 6.  izdaja (poglavja 22 do 29).ACCA, London .
  • KERZNER, Harold (2004).  Advanced Project Management, 2. izdaja.John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey.

 

4. Intended learning outcomes

 

Students:

  • understand basic concepts of project management: goals, models, project organisation, planning and supervising of project performance,
  • are able to use project model at the optimisation of project goals,
  • are competent to judge the results in term of their meaning and interprets influence of the data modification on the effects of calculations
  • are capable of designing of the model of project evaluation and using it in chose practical case.

5. Learning and teaching methods

  • student preparations for lectures
  • lecture
  • student preparations for tutorials
  • tutorials
  • e-learning
  • seminar paper or project work

6. Assessment

  • written and/or oral exam (80%)
  • seminar or project work and/or oral exam (20%)