- To learn about implementation of project work
- To develop skills required to complete the projects
- Is able to create new theories, invent new ways and tools of professional activity
- Is able to analyze, verify, evaluate the completeness of information in the course of professional activity, if necessary, fill in and synthesize the missing information
- Is able to conduct professional, including research activities in an international environment.
- Is capable of self-mastering new research methods, changing the scientific and production profile of its activities
- Is able to solve the problems of forming a network of business processes in the organization
- Is is able to form a project of consulting works in the field of management and manage it
- 1. Menu of the projectsThe initiators of the projects are the teachers of the "Project Seminar" course. Each teacher provides the academic head with 1 to 3 project applications. The project application must contain information about the proposed project, its goals and the possibilities for students to participate in it.
- 2. Coordination of the project.The academic leader coordinates the project application submitted to him or blocks it if he believes that the proposed project does not correspond to the objectives of the program. All project applications agreed by the academic supervisor form the project menu.
- 3. The assignment of the projects for studentsAt the first lesson in the course “Project Seminar”, the teachers present their project applications, which are then laid out in open access (LMS-system). Within 2-3 weeks after the presentation of projects, students have the opportunity to personally or remotely discuss with the teachers the details of the projects that interest them, in order to further make the final choice of the project.
- Interim assessment (2 module)0.15 * Class performance + 0.15 * Presenting in the seminar. + 0.7 * The assessment for the project
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- McBride, M. Project Management Basics: How to Manage Your Project with Checklists.: Apress, 2016-153 - 978-1-4842-2086-3: Текст электронный // https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4842-2086-3
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