MAN5612 Project Management
Semester 2, 2012. Faculty of Business and Law.
Name| Room no| Contact number/s| Email| Consultation times| Dr Judith Gliddon| JO2.465| (08) 6304 5885| email@example.com I am always contactable by email.| ALL AT ML
Mon 11.30 – 13.30Wed 14.30 – 16.30|
Day| Time| Room No.|
Monday| 14.30 – 17.30| ML03.110|
EXPECTATIONS OF LECTURERS AND STUDENTS
This unit is conducted in accordance with the Student Charter (available at: http://www.ecu.edu.au/prospectus/charter/). Lecturers and students must all be mindful of common courtesies such as timely arrival to class, notification of absence, ensuring mobile phones are switched off, and allowing each person the opportunity to contribute and to gain as much as possible from the unit.
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This unit examines the fundamental principles, strategies and approaches used in project management across a number of industries, for example planning and development, tourism, manufacturing, sport and events. The unit covers project definition, planning, execution, basic feasibility models, management and control, procurement and implementation. Additional topic areas include quality, risk management, project scope management, international projects and development strategies. The unit will include the use of Project Management software to illustrate the various concepts presented. TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES|
On campus students attend a combination of lecture, tutorial and lab experiences covering three hours per week over one semester. Off-campus students access modular lecture notes and supplementary materials via MyECU/Blackboard. Regular online access is required. LEARNING OUTCOMES:
On completion of this unit students should be able to:
1. critically appraise the stages in the life-cycle of project management, the key challenges faced by project managers during each stage, and the tools and methods applicable during the course of a project; 2. demonstrate skills on a range of project management tasks including: defining a project, planning for risks, estimating time and costs, procurement, scheduling, developing an implementation plan, monitoring, project completion and close out, evaluation and reporting; 3. incorporate human resources into project management plans and list the associated issues, such as communication, that need to be taken into account; 4. use project management software to manage projects; and, 5. compare and contrast the traditional foundations of project management with alternative approaches such as critical chain project management and agile project management. UNIT CONTENT|
1. History and development of project management as a discipline: basic principles, the project ‘life-cycle’, project management terminology. Building organisational capability. 2. Hard and soft approaches to project management. 3. Project initiation: strategic and operational planning frameworks, establishing project goals and objectives, deliverables,...