Course Catalog 2011-2012
TETA-5706 Management of Project Business, 4 cr
The course is suitable for Industrial management major and minor studies, students of the international program in business and technology, and other students interested in project business.
Mika Ojala, Miia Martinsuo
|Study type||P1||P2||P3||P4||Summer||Implementations||Lecture times and places|
The course consists of lectures, readings and case exercises carried out in small teams. The successful completion of the course requires completing the case assignments and a personal assignment successfully.
Principles and baselines related to teaching and learning
Lectures on main content areas. Team-based case assignments, based on readings. Individual essay assignment.
1) increased understanding on the complexity of project business 2) increased understanding on partnerships and their management in project business 3) increased skills in defining and the entity of project business and its challenges stemming from project overlaps and discontinuities 4) capability to analyze and solve practical problems in project business by applying knowledge, skills and good practices in project-based management
|Content||Core content||Complementary knowledge||Specialist knowledge|
|2.||Project networks and partnerships|
|3.||Project portfolio and program management|
|4.||Uncertainty and risks in project business|
|5.||Customers and services in project business|
Evaluation criteria for the course
Case reports are graded as 0..5. Individual assignment is graded as 0..5. The course grade is based on the average grade of case reports (40%) and individual assignment (60%).
Numerical evaluation scale (1-5) will be used on the course
|TETA-1010 Basics of Industrial Management||Mandatory|
|TETA-1031 Project Management||Mandatory|
Prerequisite relations (Requires logging in to POP)
Correspondence of content
There is no equivalence with any other courses
More precise information per implementation
|Implementation||Description||Methods of instruction||Implementation|
|This course covers the central themes and practices in managing complex project business and engages students in solving practical problems in project-based management. The focus is on themes related to how projects are connected with their complex business environment, such as: Project-based management, project networks and partnerships, project portfolio and program management, uncertainty and risks in project business, and customers and services in project business.|