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Project Management and Innovation

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CONCEPTOS
CLAVE
1
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
2
START / DEFINITION OF A PROJECT
3
PLANNING AND ORGANISATION OF A PROJECT
4
EXECUTION OF THE PROJECT
5
FOLLOW-UP AND MONITORING OF THE PROJECT
6
PROJECT CLOSURE
7
IMPROVEMENT AND ACTION PLAN
8
TOOLS APPLIED TO INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
DESCRIPTION

This course is focused on improving competitiveness and efficiency by taking equal advantage the Mission, Vision and Values of organizations as well as the alignment of strategic objectives-direction of projects-persons in its following aspects:

  • Efficient project management for organisations that work or should work for projects, ranging from the implementation of strategic projects to the management of projects under contracts, improvement projects, outsourcing, etc.

  • Of the staff, because they are "ultimately responsible for the implementation of these strategic objectives through the management of their associated projects", based on their development and motivation, their managerial and interpersonal skills, etc.

In addition, in the course the student will understand the different visions and application of innovation (products, management, processes...), as well as the tools that can later be applied to the professional environment. The aim is to generate a culture of innovation that can directly reach the business sector and thereby achieve increases in productivity, profitability and market shares.

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OBJECTIVES

  • Identify the life cycle stages of project management and its main activities.

  • Understand the Project Management Institute's conceptual framework for project management.

  • Identify the main project documents, their structure and usefulness.

  • Know the specific applications of project management in other business disciplines.

  • Know and use the main indicators of project evaluation, both in costs and programming.

  • Use the project planning computer tools and know the algorithms and formulas they implement internally.

  • Summarize the concept, scope and benefits of an appropriate comprehensive management of innovation in the company, relating the areas of the company involved for this.

  • Analyze how certain factors intervene (market trends, cultural aspects, management involvement...) in the management of innovation, in order to carry out a correct implementation.

MÓDULOS

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • Work by projects

  • Skills and Talent Scale

  • Alignment with the organization’s strategy.

  • Organizational structures

  • Definition, Operations vs. Projects, and Key Points

  • Components of the PD: technique, management and leadership

  • Map of Relationships between Processes and Knowledge Areas

  • The Project Management Process Hierarchy in Project Management and relationship with other areas.

START / DEFINITION OF A PROJECT
  • Scope and proposal

  • Vision and objectives. The Vector Objective

  • The client. Their functions and organization

  • The Project Manager: Functions and Competencies

  • Leadership: styles, characteristics, causes of failure, the 10 qualities

  • of leaders to get out of the crisis.

  • Leadership vs. Management: Coaching and Mentoring

  • Project life cycle and models

  • Roles and responsibilities. Approvals Matrix

  • Project management structure

  • Commercial, technical and economic feasibility. Profitability analysis

  • Risk identification (technical and management).

   

PLANNING AND ORGANISATION OF A PROJECT
  • Plan, needs and project plan

  • Scope

  • Detailed Project Structure (EDP)

  • Estimation. Objectives, sequence and most common problems

  • Duration estimation activities and techniques. Critical Path (CPM), Critical Chain and PERT

  • Network diagrams: early, late and slack times

  • Gantt charts, milestones and timeline

  • Sequencing and dependencies

  • Resource plan. Team Assignment and Development

  • Risk and Contingency Plan

  • Quality plan

  • Communication plan

  • Procurement plan

  • Cost plan and budget. Contribution margin and net

EXECUTION OF THE PROJECT
  • Quality assurance

  • Recruitment, development and motivation of the project team

  • Management of involved parties' expectations and communication plan

FOLLOW-UP AND MONITORING OF THE PROJECT
  • Monitoring methods

  • Effective meetings and typology

  • Measurements and valuation. Progress and scope

  • Cost control system

  • Indicators and metrics

  • Monitoring of work, schedule, quality, equipment and risks.

  • Integrated change control

  • Information management

PROJECT CLOSURE
  • Closure characteristics

  • Administrative and contract conclusion

  • Final actions

  • Success factors

  • Lessons learned

IMPROVEMENT AND ACTION PLAN
  • My conclusions: Areas of improvement identified, areas of personal and professional development and application to the personal and professional environment.

  • My commitments: To CP and MP, my next actions, brakes (how I eliminate them) and engines (how I accelerate them)

TOOLS APPLIED TO INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
  • Relationship of the innovation with other functions in the company.

  • Concept of innovation projects

  • Creativity

  • Innovation management.

  • Technology vigilance

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