The principal aim of the project management is to enable postgraduate students to improve all aspects of project management in the modern business. The course underlines the importance of understanding the relation between projects and the strategic goals of the organisation.
Postgraduate students are enabled to identify and analyse all aspects for a successful project including business model, profit and loss statement, risk management, cultural differences in international projects, governance approach and conflict resolutions.
- Introduction and overview of the course
- International project
- Strategy implementation and project management
- Project management structure and team
- Managing conflict and communication
- Organizational structure
- Financial statements
- Estimation of project times and costs
- Project scheduling
- Leadership in project management
- Progress and performance measurement
- Project clousure and review of project life cycle
- Project auditing and termination
- Project: Tourism project in Bali
- Final Exam
- Larson, E.W. and Gray, C.F. (2018), Project management the managerial process, Seventh Edition, McGraw-Hill
- Gray, R.M., Cook, M.B., Natera, M.T., Inglis, M.M. and Dodge, M.L., 2008. Project Management: The. In Managerial Process”, McGraw-Hill.
- Meredith, J.R. and Mantel Jr, S.J., 2011. Project management: a managerial approach. John Wiley & Sons.
- Kerzner, H. and Kerzner, H.R., 2017. Project management: a systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling. John Wiley & Sons.
- Schwalbe, K., 2015. Information technology project management. Cengage Learning.
Written Exam (60 min.)
30% Attendance, Discussions, Assignments
30% Midterm Exam
40% Final Exam
Course content may vary from the outline to meet the needs of this particular group.