Subject description - B3MPVT1

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B3MPVT1 Team project
Roles:  Extent of teaching:0P+4S
Department:13138 Language of teaching:CS
Guarantors:Drábek T. Completion:KZ
Lecturers:Too many persons Credits:6
Tutors:Drábek T., Drbohlav O., Hlinovský M., Mužák P., Šipoš M. Semester:L

Anotation:

Teamwork is the basis of most of the activities that people perform in companies and their personal lives. In this course, students can try how to solve a technical task in a team, how to cooperate, how to communicate together and how to solve problems such as project delays, how to include external influences in the plan, etc.

Content:

Teamwork is the basis of most of the activities that people perform in companies and their personal lives. In this course, students can try how to solve a technical task in a team, how to cooperate, how to communicate together and how to solve problems such as project delays, how to include external influences in the plan, etc.
1. week – introductory lecture
1. week – form the team and choose the topic
2. week – professional lecture
3. week – submission of the project plan
4. week – professional lecture
6. week – submission of the intermediate report
7. –8. week – presentation of the intermediate report
9. –11. week – discussion meeting
14. week – submission of the final report
1. week in exam – presentation of the final report

Course outlines:

Students will be divided into teams, which solve the announced projects by faculty staff. Work on projects is checked in the middle of the semester of presentations, where students inform coordinators about ongoing work on the topic. The author of the topic evaluates the topic during the project solution, especially for the quality of assignment processing, communication and documentation. The course coordinator evaluates the quality of the final report and presentation during the semester. An external worker from the industry evaluates the quality of the final reports and the final presentation.

Exercises outline:

Literature:

Project Management Institute: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Project Management Institute, 2013, ISBN 1935589679, 9781935589679

Requirements:

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester


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