Project Management for Industrial Production - a.y. 2016/2017
Period (Year/Semester): II/I
Required/expected prior knowledge: Nothing
Lecturers: Nenni Maria Elena
The course aims at introducing students to the discipline of Project Management and to provide them with the most important tools and techniques in order to plan, monitor and control a project from a techical as well as economic point of view. It complies with the main national and international standards.
Tables of contents:
Project Life Cycle and processes of PM.
Project Integration Management: project charter; project plan; integrated change control process; project closing.
Project Scope Management: from the scope to the WBS.
Project Time Management: GANTT, PERT, CPM, Resource scheduling
Project Cost Management: cost estimation, allocation and control.
Project Quality Management: quality management plan, quality assurance, quality control.
Project Risk Management: identify, analyze, evaluate, treat, monitor and review the risk.
Project Procurement Management: procurement management plan; contract management.
Project Stakeholders Management: identify the people, groups and organizations that could affect or be affected by the project.
Organizational PM ematurity models: linking projects to the strategy.
Agile PM: how improve time and flexibility of a project.
Traditional class, practice, team working.
Textbooks and learning aids:
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)
Assessment will be written and oral. Question are: multiple choice tests, open question, numerical exercises. Development of a project work.