Czech Republic, Prague

Project Management 2

when 14 August 2017 - 25 August 2017
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
fee EUR 725

The main objective of this course is to introduce you to modern methodologies, principles and tools required for defining and managing projects in complex environments. You are going to prepare a formal project plan and business case of a selected project. In addition, all participants will get hands on experience in managing complex projects by creating and managing them by using various online tools.

Course leader

Mr. Chvalovsky is well educated specialist with almost twenty years of experience in software development, project management and academic mentoring.

Target group

◦ young professionals and university students with intermediary level of English, considering working as a Project Manager or improving your project management skills to the next level

Course aim

The student will get the skills to:
• Understand modern project management using methodologies such as PMI and PRINCE2
• Use Visual Studio Online to Manage a project based on SCRUM
• Develop and implement a project plan and business case.


1st week:

Day 1 – Basics of Project Management
• introduction, phases, processes and principles of Project Management
• The Project Life Cycle, The Project Manager
• PM methodologies (PRINCE2, PMI, Agile)
Day 2 – Project Identification and Selection and Planning
• Introduction, Project Identification Process
• Project Initiation, Pre-Feasibility Study, Feasibility Studies, Project Break-even point
• Need of Project Planning, Project Life Cycle, Roles, Responsibility and Team Work,

Day 3 - Organisational Structure and Organisational Issues
• Concept of Organisational Structure, Roles and Responsibilities of Project Leader
• Relationship between Project Manager and Line Manager, Leadership Styles for Project Managers
• Conflict Resolution, Team Management and Diversity Management, Change management
Day 4 - PERT and CPM, Resources Considerations in Projects
• Introduction, Development of Project Network, Time Estimation, Determination of the Critical Path, PERT Model, Measures of variability, CPM Model, Network Cost System
• Introduction, Development of Project Network, Time Estimation, Determination of the Critical Path, PERT Model, Measures of variability, CPM Model, Network Cost System

Day 5 - Project Risk Management
• Role of Risk Management in Overall Project Management
• Steps in Risk Management, Risk Identification, Risk Analysis, Reducing Risks
2nd week:

Day 6 - Project Quality Management, Project Management Information System
• Introduction, Quality, Quality Concepts, Value Engineering
• Introduction, Project Management Information System (PMIS), Planning of PMIS, Design of PMIS

Day 7 - Project Performance Measurement and Evaluation
• Introduction, Performance Measurement, Productivity, Project Performance Evaluation
• Benefits and Challenges of Performance Measurement and Evaluation, Controlling the Projects

Day 8 - Project Execution and Control, Close-out and Follow-up
• Project Execution, Project Control Process, Purpose of Project Execution and Control
• Steps for Closing the Project, Project Termination, Project Follow-up

Day 9 - Project Management Software
• Introduction, Advantages of Using Project Management Software, Common Features Available In Most of the Project Management Software, Illustration
Day 10 - Case Studies in Project Management

Credits info

You will receive an official Certificate of Attendance upon completion of your course which you may use to show evidence of the skills you have learnt during the course and have the credits accepted by your home university.

Fee info

EUR 725: All courses take place in a new building of French Institute right in the center of Prague.
EUR 182: Accommodation fee for a 14night stay at Botic Student House starts at 13EUR/night.

Everyday afternoon or evening activities organized - sports, weekend trips, city tours, sightseeings, parties etc.

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