Methodology of Project and Program Management
Major: System Analysis
Code of subject: 8.124.00.M.028
Department: Information Systems and Networks
Lecturer: Professor, Professor of ISN Department, Doctor of social communications Sciences Nataliia Kunanets
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Завдання: The study of an academic discipline involves the formation of a number of competencies in students of education: general competences: ЗK01. Ability to abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis. ZK03. Ability to develop and manage projects. professional competences: FC 4 Ability to formulate, analyze and synthesize solutions to scientific problems at an abstract level by decomposing them into components that can be investigated separately in their more and less important aspects; FK5 The ability to communicate with colleagues from this field regarding scientific achievements, both at the general level and at the level of specialists, the ability to make oral and written reports, discuss scientific topics in native and English languages; FC7 The ability to initiate, develop and implement complex innovative projects in the IT industry and related interdisciplinary projects, to show leadership during their implementation.
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student should be able to: • adhere to the scientific principles of using the project management methodology; • use knowledge and skills regarding the selection of a methodology for the implementation of a scientific project; • apply knowledge and practical skills of analysis of relevant regulatory documents, current standards and technical conditions in the industry; • apply knowledge of modern project management methodology; • be able to form a team and establish communications within it. As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: UM 1 The ability to use modern tools and technologies for searching, processing and analyzing information, in particular, statistical methods for analyzing data of a large volume and/or complex structure, specialized databases and information systems. УМ6 Ability to work effectively both individually and as part of a team; УМ7 Ability to independently perform experimental studies and apply research skills, develop cognitive systems in conditions of loosely structured data of various nature; УМ8 The ability to assess the expediency and possibility of applying new methods and technologies in the tasks of synthesis of information systems, to argue the choice of methods for solving a scientific and applied problem, to critically evaluate the obtained results and to defend the decisions made; UM9 To be able to develop scientific projects in the field of system analysis. KOM1. The ability to communicate, to use different speech styles, communication methods and techniques, to demonstrate a wide scientific and professional terminological vocabulary. KOM2. The ability to use a variety of tools, including modern information technologies, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AiB1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. AiB2. The ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen the acquired and acquire new professional knowledge. AiB3. The ability to take responsibility for the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the set goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics.
Required prior and related subjects: Electronic science, Management of scientific projects
Summary of the subject: As a result of the study of the academic discipline, the graduate student must master modern project management methodologies, learn to apply them when conducting scientific research. The content of the discipline provides coverage of modern project management methodologies, project team management tools, the main principles of international, national and industry standards.
Опис: Topic 1. Introduction, terminological principles. The concept of methodology, methods and techniques, methodological principles, the history of the development of project management methods. Topic 2. Modern methods of project management. Classical project management Project management tools, Classic project management, strengths and weaknesses of classic project management Topic 3. Agile. A flexible iterative-incremental approach to project and product management Agile principles for successful project implementation, project components, subprojects. Agile strengths and weaknesses. Topic 4. Scrum methodology The most important "parts" of a project, sprints as iterations in Scrum. Responsibilities of a Scrum Master. Backlog management meetings. Sprint planning. Daily leaflets. Summary of the sprint. Sprint retrospective. Topic 5. Lean methodology. Lean as a concept, a way of thinking. Strengths and weaknesses of Lean Topic 6. Kanban methodology. Advantages of the Kanban methodology. Basic Kanban processes. Limitation on the number of tasks per stage. Continuous improvement "kaizen". Topic 7. Six Sigma is a methodology used in corporate management. DMEDI algorithm. Six Sigma Strengths and Weaknesses Topic 8. PRINCE2 methodology Features of PRINCE2 processes. Main aspects of the project. Role models and sets of mandatory documents according to the needs of the project. Topic 9. PMBOK methodology Benefits of PMBOK. The main processes of the PMBOK methodology.
Assessment methods and criteria: written reports on laboratory work, oral examination (40%) final control (control measure, exam), written-oral form (60%)
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Current control of performance of practical tasks – 40 points, written component 50 points, oral component 10 points. A total of 100 points per discipline
Recommended books: 1. Katrenko A.V. Upravlinnya IT-proektamy. – L?viv: Novyy svit – 2000, 2011. 2. Katrenko A.V. Systemnyy analiz ob?yektiv ta protsesiv komp?yuteryzatsiyi. – L?viv: Novyy svit – 2000, 2004. 3. Rukovodstvo k svodu znanyy po upravlenyyu proektamy. Amerykanskyy natsyonal?nyy standart ANSI/PMI 99-001-2004. – Project Management Institute, 2004.