- Introduction to Information Technology Project Management
- Nature of projects, project management and project management frameworks
- Organisation structure and change within an organisation
- The business case and the project proposal [charter/plan]
- Project management life cycle including planning, execution, control and closure
- Managing project communication, schedule, cost, scope, procurement, quality and risk management
- Managing teams during project management
- Alternative approaches to project management
- Monitoring and evaluation of a project's success
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
SWI-INF10003-Introduction to Business Information Systems , or SWI-INF10006, or SWI-SWE20004, or SWI-COS20007
Students must have completed 10 subjects (100 Credit points) prior to enrolling into this subject
No special requirements
Developing meaningful IT systems within a specified timeframe and budget requires an understanding of many complex organisational and technological factors, encompassing sufficient skills and innovative practices to identify and manage changes, and to coordinate resources. Students will examine the relationship between Information Technology and its organisational context, and how it can be utilised to attain a strategic competitive advantage in a dynamic changing organisational environment.
This subject will provide students with an opportunity to explore various approaches to planning and managing information technology projects. Students will consider issues relating to the development and implementation of technology based on various lifecycle models, frameworks and methodologies. The main emphasis will relate to the use of the methods, tools, techniques, and processes for planning and managing IT projects from start to finish.
This subject will also expand upon PMBoK [Project Management Body of Knowledge] concepts and integrate several recent developments in relation to understanding the human side of IT project management, such as stakeholder analysis and human resources management.
Various advanced project management approaches will be discussed and students will be required to investigate one or more computer based tools used to aid the resource management and implementation strategies for information technology development. This subject will also discuss the various roles of the project manager and include their responsibilities, the project manager selection processes as well as the recruitment of the project teams.
Please note: assessment values are indicative only, details will be advised at the start of the subject.
- Assignment 1 — Individual (20-40%)
- Assignment 2 — Individual (20-30%)
- Assignment 3 — Group (20-30%)
- Assignment 4 — Group (20-30%)
Textbook information is pending.
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