Project Management of Building the MUT Centre for Advanced Studies in Systems Engineering
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Tomasz GÃ³rski: Akademia Marynarki Wojennej
Collegium of Economic Analysis Annals, 2017, issue 46, 77-90
The article describes the management of EU funded project POIS.13.01.00â€“00â€“ 007/12 establishing the Centre for Advanced Studies in Systems Engineering (CASE) at the Military University of Technology in Warsaw. This project was financed from the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2007â€“2013, activity 13.1 â€œInfrastructure of higher educationâ€ . In order to complete the project, it was necessary to deal with the following issues: a short time of the project, innovation and complexity of the implemented solutions, the need for the use of EU procedures that are far more restrictive than the standard university procedures. The article presents a description of the scope of the project. The author also brings risks and project issues that arose during the project. In addition, the article provides best practices that have proven effective as risk mitigation strategies or measures taken to solve project issues.
Keywords: project management; risk management; scope management; Human Resources management; public tender (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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