Mgt. of Stakeholders & Change Projects

Discussion of management concepts and learning organisation; - reflections on group dynamics, psychodynamics and organisational dynamics in change management; - aspects of power, position and organisational dynamics in stakeholder management; applied project management (evaluation, negotiation, group reflection of participants' current PM challenges); - description of practical case studies; - development and evaluation of interventions

Mode of delivery

face to face

Type

compulsory

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources/tools

Hällgren, M. / Söderholm, A. (2012). Projects-as-Practice. New Approach, New Insights. In: Morris, P. / Pinto, J. / Söderlung, J. (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Project Management. Oxford University Press. p. 500-518. Krainz, E. E. / Rabl, T. (2014). Here and Beyond. Management as a “Borderline Syndrome”. In: Journal „Challenging Organisations and Society.reflective hybrids® (COS) Volume 3, Issue 1, p. 459-474. Krainz, E. E. (2011). The indispensability of organisational consciousness. In H. Lenhard, C. Conaco (eds.), Management and HR development – a humanistic approach for integration: post graduate studies in intercultural cooperation (24-30). Kassel: kassel university Krainz, E. E. (2009). The Concept of Social Competences: Current research activities and a training series for assessors in Austria. Paper submitted at the IPMA Expert Seminar Zurich, Switzerland. 12-13 Feb. 2009. p.70-78. Lobnig, H. (2009 [2011]). Strategy Work in an International Setting. In: Buono, A. Grossmann, R. Lobnig, H. Mayer, K (Eds) (2011): The Changing Paradigm of Consulting: Adjusting to the Fast-Paced World. Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishing Lobnig, H. (2009 [2011]). Focusing the Network Business Case: Making Use of Teamwork-Key Issues in Collaborative Systems and Consulting Networks. In: Buono, A. Grossmann, R. Lobnig, H. Mayer, K (Eds) (2011): The Changing Paradigm of Consulting: Adjusting to the Fast-Paced World. Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishing

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Practice class: lecture, case studies, discussion

Assessment methods and criteria

Assessment on the quality of students' assignments, presentations, discussions etc.

Infos

Degree programme

Project Management & IT (Bachelor)

Cycle

Bachelor

ECTS Credits

2.00

Language of instruction

English

Curriculum

Full-Time

Academic year

2021

Semester

5 WS

Incoming

No

Learning outcome

After completing this module, students will be able to assess organisational development projects using their PM-related knowledge which they acquired in previous modules. They willl also be able to actively participate in change processes.

Course code

0387-17-05-VZ-DE-51a