06310160 - Project and performance management

Credit hour 3
Total number of hours 28
Number of hours for lectures 12
Number of hours for tutorials 16

Goals

This course provides theorics on project management, as well as a practical knowledge on project management tools an project team management .

Students analyse aspects of project life cycle and management tools in the highly uncertainty environment that defines project management.

From lectures to workshops by groups, this course values students' involvement and oral participation and give an overview of other management models.

TARGETED KNOWLEDGE
Analysis: analyzing the potential issues in the key areas (marketing, finance…) of a company/organization in international environment

TARGETED SKILLS
Action plan: developing and deploying an action plan for/of a specific area (marketing, finance…) in order to succeed in an international environment

Collaboration & Communication: working and communicating with a multicultural team

Evaluation: assessing and adapting the performance of the company/the organization in an international environment

Content

Project Management processus and purpose vs. hierarchical /operational management system

Organise and manage projects :
- Get familiar with the tools : OBS, WBS, RACI, SMART, PDCA, Planning/Gantt/Pert
- Manage a project : do, adjust, report and review. Use KPIs and risks management as routine management tools.

Manage team and people in a project management system : issues, negociation, contributions , communication, stakeholders

Bibliography

BOOKS USED AS REFERENCE:
Picq, T. & Asquin, A. ( 2007), "Manager un projet pour la première fois", Editions d'Organisations, Eyrolles

ADDITIONAL READINGS:
Picq, T. (2016), "Manager une équipe projet - l'humain au coeur de la performance" 4th ed., Paris, Dunod

EMBLEMATIC BOOKS OR RESEARCH PAPERS REGARDING THE SUBJECT OF THE COURSE
Binder, J. (2016). Global project management: communication, collaboration and management across borders. Routledge, London
Kerzner, H. R. (2013). Project management: a systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling. John Wiley & Sons.

PUBLICATIONS OF THE iaelyon FACULTY REGARDING THE SUBJECT OF THE COURSE
Ji, M., Michel, C., Lavoué, E. & George, S. (2014). "DDART, a Dynamic Dashboard for Collection,
Analysis and Visualization of Activity and Reporting Traces". 9th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2014), Graz, Austria, 16-19 September 2014, p.440-445
Melin, C. (2013). "Le management multi-projets des firmes multinationales : vers une gestion différenciée ?". Management & Avenir, INSEEC/Management Prospective Ed., p.66-84
Valax, M (2013). "Performance Management & ERP Teamwork in a boundaryless organization".  International Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management, Sao Paulo, Brazil. p.40-59

Tests

Final Exam
Written 2h Collective
MCQ and short essay

Continuing Examination
Written exam
In class examination
Teams project work oral presentations

Additional Information

TEACHING METHODS
Lectures, workshops organised by project teams of 6 people max

PRE-REQUISITE
Basic knowledge in management and organisation

Last updated: March 28, 2018