Project Innovation Management
- Garant předmětu:
- Marek Jemala
- Marek Jemala
- Marek Jemala
- Institute of Management Studies
Successful innovation requires much more than managing individual aspects of the single innovation process inside an institution, but there is required a systemic project approach, which deals with interactions between different stakeholders, their goals, innovation, markets, and organizations. Traditional innovation management usually focuses on goals and procedures for innovation planning, implementation rules, and controlling. This creates a framework to confine project team members to operate within a set of rules and measures. However, most innovation projects require project team members to be innovative and creative. An obvious strategy also in innovation, supportive corporate culture, budget, and motivation to innovate are often the basic preconditions for an innovation project. The primary goal of this course is to acquaint students with the key specifics of project innovation, project innovation management, and related intellectual property protection. After completing the course, a student should answer the following framework topics: How to identify and manage the project innovation scope, build a project breakdown structure, create a project innovation plan, create the project budget, define and allocate resources for innovation, manage the project development, identify and manage project innovation risks, and understand the project procurement process.
Continuous assessment of student work during the semester includes:
Write a seminar paper on a selected topic (suitable within the focus of lectures and seminars of the subject) for example on specific product innovation based on the Lean approach to increase the efficiency of production processes (e.g. elimination of waste). The required length of seminar work min. 15 pages. Citation according to ISO 690. The deadline for submitting the final version is by the end of the teaching period. Delivery takes place via e-mail.
Presentation of the work (between approx. 15–20 min.) of the main content and benefits of the seminar work during the semester in Week 12. resp. Week 13.
Exercise activities: max. 10 points
Seminar work: max. 30 points
Exam: max 60 points (test)
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Invention, innovation, and Project management
2. Managing innovation by project mapping
3. Sources of innovation and Project management
4. Forms of innovation and Project management
5. Linking strategy to project innovation
6. Creating new product and services—a project approach
7. Production innovation and project approach
8. Organisation innovation and business processes
9. Service innovation and project approach
10. Implementation model for project innovation
11. New Project management for sustainable innovation
12. Industry 4.0 and Project innovation management
13. Summary of key aspects of Project innovation management
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1. Starting and planning innovation projects
2. Identification of project innovation stakeholders
3. How to define the role and responsibilities of the project innovation manager?
4. How to define the project scope and build a work breakdown schedule?
5. Identifying and analyzing changes to project scope
6. Setting costs and resources for project innovation
7. Creation of project budget for project innovation
8. How to define milestones and create a milestone schedule?
9. How to identify and manage project innovation risks
10. Anticipating sources of conflicts within innovation environment
11. How to develop responses for high-priority project risks
12. How to write a project innovation plan?
13. End of semester, presentations of seminar works
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
• KERZNER, H. : Innovation Project Management: Methods, Case Studies, and Tools for Managing Innovation Projects. Wiley, 2nd. edition, ISBN-10: 111993124X.
• PENG, K. : Project Management for Continuous Innovation: Management by Project Mapping. Pike Publications; Illustrated edition, ISBN: 1733555706.
• KERZNER, H. : Lean Management Beyond Manufacturing: A Holistic Approach. Wiley; 1st edition, ISBN-13: 978-1119587293.
• DOLEŽAL, J. - KRÁTKÝ, J. : Projektový management v praxi. Grada: Praha, ISBN: 9788024756936.
• JEMALA, M. : Technology identification: How to bring technology innovation to life? Scholars' Press: Saarbrücken, ISBN: 978-3-639-71044-1.
• JEMALA, M. : Manažment technologických systémov. Identifikácia a prípadové štúdie. Ekonóm: Bratislava, ISBN: 978-80-225-3120-7.
- Time-table for winter semester 2022/2023:
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- Time-table for summer semester 2022/2023:
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- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 20/21 Financial Management (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 20/21 Process Management (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 20/21 Project Management (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 20/21 Regional Studies (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 21/22 Financial Management (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 21/22 Regional Studies (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 21/22 Process Management (compulsory elective course)
- N-PRI-CP prezenční navazující studium od 21/22 Project Management (compulsory elective course)
- Process Management, prezenční - 22/23 (compulsory elective course)
- Financial management, AR 22/23, prezenční forma (compulsory elective course)
- Regional Studies, prezenční forma, AR 22/23 (compulsory elective course)
- Project management, prezenční forma, AR 2022/2023 (compulsory elective course)