Gestione dei Progetti e degli Impianti Industriali
Industrial Plants and Project Management Filippo Emanuele Ciarapica
Basic knowledges of mathematics
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
Project management body of knowledge concepts will complete and enrich students competencies in industrial management focussing on the specific multidisciplinary features. CAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The acquired students core competencies can be summarized as in the following: 1. Workmpackages identification and budgeting; 2. Project time and resource management; 3. Project scheduled and performed work and cost control at stakeholders level TRANSVERSAL SKILLS:
Classroom exercise sessions coupled with a students team prepared report with will enhance students interest in team working improving thus their judgements applying, communications and learning skills
The course aims to give to the students the basic concepts about Project Management (PM). Understanding Project Life Cycle and Project Management Processes. Project Scope Management. WBS: creating the Work Breakdown Structure. Resource planning and estimating. Time estimating techniques. Cost estimating techniques. Establishing project planning controls. Identifying quality standards. Developing the project team. Project Business Plan. Risk management planning: qualitative and quantitative risk analysis.
Development of the examination
LEARNING EVALUATION METHODS
The assessment of student qualification will be carried out using a written test and oral questions. In the written examination, students have to solve numerical exercises related to economic evaluation of investments, project scheduling, management and control using the criteria and methods developed during the course lessons. In the oral examination, after a critical analysis of the written paper, some specific questions are asked about the criteria for project developing and managing with particular attention to industrial projects.
LEARNING EVALUATION CRITERIA
During the written test the student has to demonstrate his knowledge in using quantitative methods for managing mechanical and indutrial projects. During the oral section the student has to show his knowledges in identifying and evaluating the project feasibility and performance analysing the most important variables and equations explained during the course.
LEARNING MEASUREMENT CRITERIA
The student capability and autonomy in solving problems is evaluated during the examination phase. The student has to correctly use methods for managing and developing industrial and mechanical projects.
FINAL MARK ALLOCATION CRITERIA
The minimum vote of eighteen out of thirty is awarded to students who demonstrate to be able to solve problems using methods and criteria developed throughout the course. The vote of thirty thirtieths is assigned to students who, in both examinations, have demonstrated full independence in setting and properly solve problems as well as a complete mastery of the methods and criteria given to them. Full marks is reserved for the student who also showed correct use of language and adequate synthesis capacity.
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- Ingegneria Gestionale (Corso di Laurea Magistrale Fuori Sede (DM 270/04))