Course Code: GFOK065
Number of Credits: 1,5 HEC
Number of Participants: 20
Enrollment Spring 2018
2018-1: 1/2, 6/2, 8/2 - Lindholmen Apply
2018-2: 20/3, 22/3, 27/3 - Lindholmen Apply
Enrollment Autumn 20172017-4:
5/9, 7/9, 12/9 - Lindholmen Fully booked 2017-5:
24/10, 26/10, 31/10 - Lindholmen Fully booked STAND-BY2017-6:
5/12, 7/12, 12/12 - Lindholmen Fully booked STAND-BY
The aim of the course is to give you a basic and holistic view of
project work and how projects can be planned and delivered. The emphasis
is on simple, practical tools that you can use in your work. The entire
project workflow is discussed, with particular emphasis on the
preparation phase. Focus will be on you and your development in the role
as a project manager beginning with examples from your daily work.
Intended Learning Outcome
On successful completion of the course you will be able to:
- describe and use some practical, easy-to-use, basic methods for project management;
- apply the project format in your daily work, e.g. creating plans, and manage risks;
- describe the main roles and their responsibilities in a project organization;
- adapt your role as project manager to different types and stages of projects.
This course is eligible
within the "Generic and Transferable Skills" course curriculum for PhD
students and young researchers at Chalmers University of Technology
The following topics will be discussed during the course:
- Think before you act!
- Managing stakeholders
- Setting objectives and limits
- Visualizing the project
- Planning the work
- Clarifying roles
- lnteracting with the environment
- Living with uncertainty
- Succeeding with realization
- Practicing leadership
- Closing the project
Course Leader and Examiner
Tommy Olin, Wenell
Karin Andersson, examiner
The course includes lectures, group tasks, discussions, and homework.
Most of the group tasks involve actual cases, and you are invited to
bring your own project to the course. Duration: 3 course days 9.00-17.00
Material will be distributed before and during the course as well as a list of reference literature.
Full attendance at all occasions and an oral
presentation of how and when to start using the new learnings, related
to the ILO. Grading U, G.
Examination in the enrolled courses can be acquired within one year from the start. After the expiration date no missing assignments can be admitted and a participant should re-apply to another course occasion.
Stand-By seat means that the course is fully booked but you may be offered a seat if one becomes available.
Cancellation of participation in GTS courses should be notified
as soon as possible and latest one week before start of course by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In case
of cancellation less than one week before the start your Deputy Head of Department will be informed to support your future planning.