Project and Process Management
FP-ppmKAcad. year: 2022/2023
PRINCE2 is the most proven process and traditional project management methodology. It increases efficiency, expands knowledge, provides practical guides and skills needed for successful project implementation. Program management will teach us to transform strategic goals into projects and manage their implementation. The program manager does not manage the project, but a whole portfolio of projects that have a common goal following the organization's strategy. The Portfolio Management methodology will help make changes and maximize business benefits, prioritize projects, distribute resources efficiently, and improve return on investment. The project, program, portfolio office will deliver generic methodologies that enable managers and their organizations to create, develop, and maintain effective management support structures.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Recommended optional programme components
Management of portfolios. First edition. Axelos, 2011. 153 s. ISBN 978-0-11-331294-8.
Managing successful programmes. Fourth edition. Axelos, 2011. 313 s. ISBN 978-0-11-331327-3.
Portfolio, programme and project offices. Second edition. Axelos, 2013. 232 s. ISBN 978-0-11-331422-5.
BENTLEY, C. Základy metody projektového řízení PRINCE2. Bratislava: INBOX SK, 2016, 311 s. ISBN 978-0-9576076-2-0.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Students with an individual study plan: the condition of the graded credit is the full-time solution of the assigned case study, which verifies the process and project thinking of the student.
Language of instruction
2 weeks: Basic principles guaranteeing good practice for project management
3 weeks: Organizational structure of the project management team, their role and responsibilities
4 week: Process model of the project - basic model.
5 week: Process model of the project - partial activities.
5 Week: Topics covering areas that need to be continuously managed during the project
6 weeks: Introduction to program management
7 week: Process model of program management
8 week: Principles of program management
9 Week: Program Management Topics
10 Week: Principles of Portfolio Management
Week 11: Portfolio Management and Portfolio Management
12 Week: Project, Program, Portfolio Office, Its Form and Integration
13 week: Models for process and project management maturity
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Type of course unit
Guided consultation in combined form of studies
Teacher / Lecturer