项目管理

Dr.胡立妍 博士

Emailliyenhu@gmail.com

课程大纲

这本《项目管理实践(4版国际学生版)》由美国小塞缪洋·J·曼特尔、杰克·R·梅瑞狄斯、斯科特·M·谢弗、玛格丽特·M·萨顿著,是在《项目管理实践》上一版的基础上写成的国际学生版。本版着重于项目管理的可操作性和实践性,舍去了大部分与实践无直接关系的理论,从项目管理的“技术”角度,阐述了项目管理在实践中的应用。《项目管理实践(4版国际学生版)》按照项目生命周期展开论述,风险管理的内容贯穿教材始终。还特别介绍了MSPExceI等软件在项目管理中的应用。本书行文简洁,适用于课堂教学、相关培训,是项目管理从业人员的实践指南。

 

课程的基本原理 – 项目管理

本书是第4版的英文翻译版,为适应国内双语教学的需要,做了适当的删减。书中完整的保留了原著20章的结构体系,精简了个别专栏、小结、讨论题以及篇末案例等,结构更加紧凑,非常适合作为我国本科教育的双语教材,也可用作研究生、MBA教材,还可作为跨国企业及涉外企业商务人士的参考书。

 

参考书籍:《项目管理实践》(国际学生版)

作 者:(美)小塞缪尔·J·曼特尔 等著,王丽珍,张金兰 译

 

课程时间表

 

( 星期六

09:30~10:50

PMP认证考试介绍(S)P

PPM-000项目管理概论(S)P

第一讲

10:50-11:10

休息

 

11:10~12:30

PPM-001专案起始(S)P

第二讲

12:30~13:30

午餐及休息

 

13:30~14:30

WBS及项目计划书()

第三讲

14:30~14:40

休息

 

14:40~15:40

WBS及项目计划书()

第四讲

15:40~15:50

休息

 

15:50~17:30

时程及资源规划

第五讲

( 星期日)

09:30~10:50

质量及风险规划

第六讲

10:50-11:10

休息

 

11:10~12:30

团队发展及沟通管理

第七讲

12:30~13:30

午餐及休息

 

13:30~14:30

整合变更控制及EVM(上)

第八讲

14:30~14:40

休息

 

14:40~15:40

整合变更控制及EVM(下)

第九讲

15:40~15:50

休息

 

15:50~17:30

项目结束

第十讲

 

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY

Chinese Cohort MBA 527 – Project Management

Course Syllabus – Term 5 2012

Concordia University Wisconsin is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and the world.

Instructor: Dr. Hu Liyen

Email: liyenhu@gmail.com

Phone: 886-911-222003

Course Description

Project Management in Practice, 4th Edition focuses on the technical aspects of project management that are directly related to practice. This textbook is organised around the project management life cycle and it provides students with essential project management concepts, with a focus on PMBOK, the Project Management Body of Knowledge. (The Project Management Institute runs the PMBOK certification program). This new edition Improves ancillaries like the Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint slides and Integrates inclusion of Microsoft Project software throughout the text. Provides better cases, and end–of chapter problems, and exercises for an overall greater understanding of the material.

Course Objectives

• Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

• Understand how project management is an important tool in the operation of any organization

• Describe the key considerations of any project and the importance of project management

• Explain the selection of projects and their priorities in an organization

• Understand the project management life-cycle, the various project organizations and the characteristics of each, and project team dynamics, selection, conflict resolution and management

demonstrate the uses of PERT and CPM Networks, the Gantt Chart and other project tools

• Explain why a project audit is critical to project success

Text Book

Samuel J. Mantel Jr.  Project Management in practice    4th edition

Prentice Hall:  John Wiley & Sons Ltd

COURSE TIMETABLE

 

 (Saturday)

09:30~10:50

PMP exam introduction

Introduction to project management

Chapter01

10:50-11:10

Rest

 

11:10~12:30

Project initiation

Chapter02

12:30~13:30

Lunch & Rest

 

13:30~14:30

WBS and project plan (1)

Chapter03

14:30~14:40

Rest

 

14:40~15:40

WBS and project plan (2)

Chapter04

15:40~15:50

Rest

 

15:50~17:30

Time and resource planning

Chapter05

 (Sunday

09:30~10:50

Quality and risk management

Chapter06

10:50-11:10

Rest

 

11:10~12:30

Team development and management

Chapter07

12:30~13:30

Lunch & Rest

 

13:30~14:30

Integrated change control and EVM1

Chapter08

14:30~14:40

Rest

 

14:40~15:40

Integrated change control and EVM2

Chapter09

15:40~15:50

Rest

 

15:50~17:30

The end of the project

Chapter10

 

Prerequisites

This course is designed primarily for master degrees as permitted by the regulations. No previous knowledge of evaluating training effectiveness is assumed. 

 

Examinations

Grades are based on 3-5 problem sets for each chapter. The problem sets count 60% and the assignment count 40% of your grade. Problem sets must be submitted by email to liyenhu@gmail.com.as a word attachment. Please: use your student ID as the name of your homework file so that I do not receive 10 files all called "homework1"