Management of Scientific Projects

Major: Publishing and Printing
Code of subject: 8.186.00.M.029
Credits: 3.00
Department: Information Systems and Networks
Lecturer: Professor, Professor of ISN Department, Doctor of social communications Sciences Nataliia Kunanets
Semester: 3 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Мета вивчення дисципліни: To provide graduate students with in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and understanding for the successful performance of professional duties in the specialty "Systems Analysis" and to prepare graduate students for further study in the chosen specialty. Formation of graduate students in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of scientific project management, management of information as a strategic resource, application of marketing approaches and tools to it; acquiring skills in managing information flows and processes; acquiring teamwork skills; training on the example of specific real organizations.
Завдання: The study of an educational discipline involves the formation of competencies in students of education: general competences: ЗK01. Ability to abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis. ЗK02. Ability to search, process and analyze information from various sources. ZK03. Ability to develop and manage projects. professional competences: SK01. Ability to perform original research, achieve scientific results that create new knowledge in systems analysis and related interdisciplinary areas and can be published in leading scientific publications in information technology and related fields. SK04. The ability to initiate, develop and implement complex innovative projects in data analysis to support decision-making and related interdisciplinary projects, leadership during their implementation. SK06. Ability to solve scientific or scientific-applied problems that arise in complex systems. SK09. Acquisition of universal researcher skills, in particular oral and written presentation of the results of one's own scientific research in Ukrainian, management of scientific projects and/or preparation of proposals for financing scientific research, registration of intellectual property rights, application of modern information technologies.
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student should be able to: • carry out the formulation of machine learning design tasks • apply methods and algorithms for designing and optimizing machine learning systems • implement procedures for administration and reengineering of machine learning systems • create intelligent systems based on modern machine learning technologies As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: PH01. Have advanced conceptual and methodological knowledge of systems analysis and at the border of subject areas, as well as research skills sufficient to conduct scientific and applied research at the level of the latest world achievements in the relevant field, obtain new knowledge and/or implement innovations. PH05. To be able to develop and implement scientific projects according to the methodology and technologies of system analysis. PH09. Ability to work effectively both individually and as part of a team. 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: Попередні навчальні дисципліни Супутні і наступні навчальні дисципліни Системний аналіз Управління вимогами в ІТ-проектах Теорія баз даних та знань Календарне та ресурсне планування проекту Стандарти управління проектами
Summary of the subject: The knowledge gained in the process of studying this discipline is based on the key provisions of marketing and management (essence, tasks, types, elements, functions), as well as on modern methods and tools of organization management: ISO provisions, the main elements of business planning and conducting analyzes of the organization's environment , audit of marketing and management activities
Опис: Topic 1. Introduction, requirements for scientific design. Project requirements, quality and time of project implementation. The essence of project activity: concepts, main characteristics, classification of projects. Topic 2. Project management as a specific branch Development of research projects. The context of the overall project management process: input and output requirements; review strategy and acceptance criteria. The main process of developing requirements: an ideal world; development of requirements in the context of changes. Information model of the general process of developing project requirements: classes of information; approval status; verification status; the status of meeting the requirements; internal relationships of the information model. The reconciliation process. Analysis and modeling. Receiving requirements and verification status. Topic 3. Goals, processes and functions in project management The concept of a problem area. Coordination of requirements with the customer. Analysis and modeling: identification of stakeholders; development of project product usage scenarios; determining the boundaries of the information system. Obtaining requirements: defining the structure; collection of requirements; definition of acceptance criteria; determination of the verification strategy. Topic 4. Global and domestic trends in the development of project management Management of planning, control over the progress of work, changes in international projects. Topic 5. Models and methods of planning and management of scientific research Establishing technological interrelationships between the works of the project. Planning project terms in standards and regulations. The order of changes in the hierarchical structure and list of project works. Critical path method. Determining the duration of project works. Calculation of the project calendar plan and its management plan (project calendars, control points). Topic 6. Basic types and general principles of building project management organizational structures. Organizational structures from the point of view of the system of mutual relations of project participants. Organizational structures of the project in the context of the content of the project. Comparative characteristics and modern trends in the development of organizational structures of project management. Requirements for the project manager and staff. Models of project team development. Responsibilities in the project and their distribution. Formation of the matrix of responsibility. Planning the creation of highly effective project teams. Topic 7. Project document. Evaluation of the results of the examination of the scientific project. Documents on the scientific examination of the project. Documents on acquired experience. Topic 8. National Association of Project Management. IPMA certification
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: written reports on laboratory work, oral examination (40%) final control (control measure, exam), written-oral form (60%)
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.