Purchases and Contracts in Projects

Major: Management
Code of subject: 7.073.00.M.018
Credits: 5.00
Department: Department of project management
Lecturer: PhD, senior teacher Skvortsov Denys Ihorovych
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Мета вивчення дисципліни: The educational discipline "Purchasing and contracts in projects" is focused on the formation of sufficient knowledge, skills, communications, autonomy and responsibility in the field of procurement. The result of training is ensuring the implementation of professional activities in matters of preparation, conclusion or execution of commercial agreements.
Завдання: The study of an educational discipline involves the formation of competencies in students of education: general competencies: 1) the ability to learn and master modern knowledge; 2) the ability to communicate in Ukrainian and foreign languages ??orally and in writing using modern information and communication technologies in the field of management; 3) ability to abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis; 4) the ability to conduct research at an appropriate level, generate new ideas (creativity), show initiative and entrepreneurship; 5) ability to adapt and act in a new situation; 6) the ability to make informed decisions in the field of management; 7) ability to work in a team and autonomously; 8) the ability to motivate people and move towards a common goal; 9) ability to develop projects and manage projects and programs; 10) the ability to evaluate and ensure the quality of work in the field of management; 11) the ability to act socially responsibly, consciously and based on ethical considerations (motives). professional competences: 1) in-depth knowledge and understanding of conceptual-methodological and methodical-applied principles of management in organizations of various forms of ownership and types of activity in historical and modern perspectives; 2) in-depth knowledge of the spectrum of functional activities of the organization and understanding of the relationships between them; 3) in-depth knowledge of the regulatory and legal basis of the functioning of organizations of various forms of ownership and types of activities and their management; 4) the ability to determine and forecast the strategic perspectives of the functioning of organizations; 5) the ability to identify, analyze and evaluate the influence of internal and external environmental factors on the organization's activities; 6) the ability to initiate, develop and manage organizational development projects based on interpersonal interaction and leadership; 7) the ability to choose and practically apply a wide range of tools in various functional areas of management; 8) the ability to demonstrate knowledge of the trends of scientific and technical progress and use its results in professional activities in the field of management.
Learning outcomes: RN 1 (ZN 1 the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the fundamental principles and modern trends in the development of strategic, project, and financial management) RN 2 (ZN 2 the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of professionally oriented disciplines and understanding of modern methods of proactive development of goods, operations, marketing, logistics, finance and other areas of the organization's activity) RN 3 (ZN 3 the ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the parameters and factors influencing the development of organizations, the ability to research the business environment, carry out comparative and analytical monitoring of competitors and suppliers, diagnose and establish directions for increasing the competitiveness of the organization) RN 4 (ZN 4 the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and applied principles of project activity, its organizational, resource, instrumental, regulatory, marketing, logistical, informational, managerial support) RN 5 (ZN 5 the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of modern methods of justifying project decisions based on the formation and comparison of project alternatives in conditions of risk caused by the uncertainty of the business environment and conflicting interests of stakeholders) RN 6 (ZN 6 understanding of the risks of project activity, styles of leadership and management of projects and programs, possibilities of conflict resolution in the project team) RN 7 (UM 1 to establish, develop and coordinate interaction with stakeholders in the process of project activities) RN 8 (UM 2 to use software tools and information technologies in the implementation of projects and programs) RN 9 (UM 3 to provide informational and documentary support in the process of implementing projects and programs) RN 10 (UM 4 identify the costs of project implementation, programs according to accounting, tax and management approaches, group them according to costing items and economic elements, form the budget of the project, programs) RN 11 (UM 5 to carry out analysis, assess risks and effectiveness of the project, program) RN 12 (UM 6 to plan, organize, control, adjust the implementation of the project, program and motivate the project team)
Required prior and related subjects: previous subjects: – Interaction with stakeholders, – Planning projects and programs; subsequent and related subjects: – Adoption of project solutions, – Project budgeting and financial planning.
Summary of the subject: The modern experience in the purchase or acquisition of the required products, services or results that are produced outside of the project team, as well as documentary support for such activities.
Опис: Legal regulation of supplies, planning of supplies and contracts, request for information from suppliers and selection of suppliers, contract administration, public procurement system in Ukraine, project procurement management logistics
Assessment methods and criteria: Oral survey during the work of education seekers in small groups in lecture, laboratory and practical classes. Written work and oral component on the exam. During remote work (including during quarantine), an interview with students is expected during video conferences during lectures and practical classes. Laboratory work is carried out in the classroom or (in the case of distance learning) on a home computer. Individual reports from laboratory works and written works are forwarded to the National Academy of Sciences, or to the teacher's e-mail via the communication channel @lpnu.ua. Remote classes are held on the MS Teams and ZOOM platforms.
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Assessment of the knowledge of students is based on the performance of tasks within practical classes (current control) and the performance of examination control. The teacher's decision on assessing the level of knowledge and skills of the student revealed during the performance of tasks within the framework of practical and seminar classes and examination control is evaluated according to the national scale and the 100-point scale and is transferred to the ECTS scale in accordance with the following transfer scale: 100-88 points - grade A ("excellent") is awarded for a high level of knowledge (some inaccuracies are allowed) of the educational material of the module contained in the main and additional recommended literary sources, the ability to analyze the phenomena being studied in their relationship and development , clearly, succinctly, logically, consistently answer the questions, the ability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 87–80 points – grade B (“very good”) is awarded for knowledge of the educational material of the module above the average level, including calculations, reasoned answers to the questions asked (a small number of inaccuracies are possible), the ability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems ; 79–71 points - grade C ("good") is given for a generally correct understanding of the module's educational material, including calculations, reasoned answers to the questions posed, which, however, contain certain (insignificant) shortcomings, for the ability to apply theoretical provisions during development solving practical problems; 70-61 points - grade D ("mediocre") is given for mediocre knowledge of the module's educational material, poorly argued answers, weak application of theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 60–50 points – grade E (“satisfactory”) is given for weak knowledge of the module's educational material, inaccurate or poorly reasoned answers, with a violation of the sequence of presentation, for weak application of theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 49-26 points - the FX rating ("unsatisfactory" with the possibility of retaking the exam or credit) is given for ignorance of a significant part of the educational material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 25-00 points - grade F ("unsatisfactory" with mandatory re-study of the module) is awarded for ignorance of a significant part of the educational material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to navigate when solving practical problems, ignorance basic fundamental provisions. In proportion to the above-mentioned scale, the knowledge of the students is evaluated during the oral survey in practical classes and during the oral component of the exam. If the winner revealed the topic of the report that he prepared for the practical session, gave answers to additional questions, he receives 5 points, if there were minor flaws in the report - 4 points, if he did not manage to answer all the questions - 3 points, if there are significant flaws in the report and answers to questions - 2 points, if the topic of the report was partially disclosed and additional questions were not answered - 1 point. Each winner must make at least 1 such report per semester. The maximum number of points is 10. The survey is based on the lecture material. During the semester, each applicant must be interviewed at least 5 times and given 0-2 points according to his answers to the questions: 2 - all answers are correct, 1 - some answers are correct, others - incorrect or missing, 0 - no answers to any of the teacher's questions . Obtaining points for solving problems assumes that the learner takes a direct part in this process during the practical session: he dictates the formula, explains the input data and the subsequent course of solving the problem, performs calculations, answers the teacher's questions. Depending on the difficulty of the task and the amount of work performed, the teacher evaluates the candidate's answer in 2-3 points - in total, the candidate can receive no more than 10 points during the semester, even if he has solved more problems. The teacher conducts testing in a form convenient for him: independent work, tests in the VNS, tests in a game form (for example, Kahoot!). There should be at least 2 tests per semester. More tests are allowed, but the allocated points for the test should not exceed 10 in total. The examination ticket contains 19 tasks of 3 levels of difficulty: 3 tasks of 1 difficulty level of 1 point each, 13 tasks of 2 difficulty level of 3 points each, 3 tasks – 18 points.
Порядок та критерії виставляння балів та оцінок: Answers in practical classes - 60 Performance of control works - 40 Current control Mach = 100 Final control Mach = 100
Recommended books: 1. Law of Ukraine dated 25.12.2015 N 922-VIII "On public procurement" [Electronic resource]. - access mode - http://zakon3.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/922-19. 2. Morozov V. V. Basics of procurement of goods, works and services in projects: (Tender procedures and contracts): training. manual / V.V. Morozov; "KROK" Institute of Economics and Law. - K.: Takson, 2003. - 741 p. 3. Bushuev S. D. Project Management Guidelines: Trans. from English / editor: S. D. Bushuev; Institute project. management - 2nd ed., revised. - K.: Ed. House "Business Ukraine", 2000. - 198 c.
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