Process Management of Project Performance

Major: IT Project Management
Code of subject: 7.126.03.E.26
Credits: 5.00
Department: Information Systems and Networks
Lecturer: Ph.D., Associate Professor Veres Oleh Mykhailovych
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: • know the principles of implementation of project activities taking into account the characteristics of IT- projects; • know the methodology of performance management project activities; • ability to conduct performance and form design documents during the project.
Required prior and related subjects: • System Analysis; • Simulation Systems; • Decision Theory; • Calendar and Resource Planning Project.
Summary of the subject: Methodology (frameworks) of the project. The main project documents and artifacts. Features managing IT-projects. Metrics project. Criteria for success of the project. Project management and coordination of project activities. Efficient time management implementation project tasks. Methods of cost management and control of the project budget during its execution. Organizing and supporting project communication. Quality control during the project. Project management activities for configuration management and procurement for the project.
Recommended books: 1. Беркун С. Искусство управления ІТ-проектами./ С.Беркун.- Спб:Бином, 2007.- 400с. 2. Управление проектом. Основы проектного управления. Учебник.- М.: КноРус, 2007 .-768 c 3. Уэбстер Г. Планирование и управление проектами для менеджеров/ Уэбстер Гордон.- Дело и Сервис, 2006 р.- 272 с. 4. Kleim L. Project Management Practitioner's Handbook/ Ralph L. Kleim,Irwin S. Ludin.- AMACOM Books, 1998.- A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. An American National Standard ANSI/PMI 99-001-2004. Third Edition.- Project Management Institute, Inc, 2004.- 402 p 5. Michael s. Zambruski. A Standard For Enterprise Project Management / Zambruski M.- CRC Press, 2008.-126 p 6. Bainey K. Integrated IT ProjectManagement. AModel-Centric Approach / Kenneth R. Bainey.- Artech house, 2004.- 506 p
Assessment methods and criteria: • Current control (40%): written reports on laboratory work, essay, oral examination; • Final control (60% of exam): in written, verbally.