At the end of the course, students should be able to apply a solid project management methodology from project initiation to project closure. Topics covered include the key project management processes with a particular focus on their practical challenges. Case studies will be used throughout the course, allowing students to apply the acquired knowledge.
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The curricular unit is based on lectures, complemented by practical exercises.
Lectures include the presentation and discussion of project management concepts, processes, methods and techniques.
• Topics will be presented using a variety of approaches; including lectures, case study analysis and presentation, and class discussion of assigned readings.
• Practical exercises are focused on project plan preparation, based on case studies.
• After each programed delivery, each group does a brief presentation, receiving later a delivery feedback
The final grade will be determined by the performance in the following areas:
The curricular unit is organized in 6 Learning Units (LU):
• Information on Projects
o Project, Project Management, Programme and portfolio concepts
o Projects and organizational changes implementation
o Project life cycle
o Project start-up, control and closure
o Agile Project Management Approaches
• Scope management
• Time management
• Organization and communication management
• Cost Management
• Risk management
Programs where the course is taught: