FP-BrprPAcad. year: 2022/2023
The course is aimed at project management. It explains current trends in project management and relevant international standards. Further, it focuses on planning and managing projects so that they are finished in time, in the quality required and within the planned budget. SW support is mentioned as a necessary part of project planning, scheduling and tracking.
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Students will learn to plan and manage projects according to international standards of the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and the ČSN ISO 21 500 Czech State Norm. Further, the course will explain strategic connections of utilizing ICT for the support of business goals. The project management methods included in the training are fully exploitable also in other areas of managerial work, not only in selection and implementation of information systems. Particularly, the following four key areas of project management will be trained: creation of a project strategy, efficient project planning, principles of project management and completion of projects. The course will also explain the principles of building and leading project teams and the issue of multiple projects coordination.Because of its compatibility with international standards, the course will also prepare students for the IPMA D-level certification exam (cf. http://www.ipma.cz/). The students will then be able to achieve an certification in project management - certificate IPMA-D, awarded to Společností pro projektové řízení o.s.
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The credit consists of the preparation of a semester's work and its defense, as well as continuous tests of knowledge.The exam is conducted in the form of an oral examination and will monitor both specific knowledge and whether students have actually gone through the entire educational process within the semester.Students with an individual study plan have the same conditions.
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