Project Technology Management

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
G16E0202 Z,ZK 6 2P+2C English
It is not possible to register for the course G16E0202 if the student is concurrently registered for or has previously completed the course 32ME-P-PTMN-01 (mutually exclusive courses).
The requirement for course G16E0202 can be fulfilled by substitution with the course 32ME-P-PTMN-01.
Garant předmětu:
Institute of Management Studies

Technology project management means not only decisions about one's own technological research, innovative cooperation, or technology transfer. Technological innovations, especially in production, have long tied up company resources, and poor decisions can pose significant financial problems for most companies. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the preparatory, implementation, and commercial activities of technology management in a more comprehensive form. Technology project management is more goal-oriented, time-bound, and has a project organizational structure and budget. After completing the course, students should answer the following framework topics: define the nature, importance, and key functions of project technology management with a focus on the analysis of technological trends, risks, and opportunities, innovation radar, and technology assessment. Explain the relationships of business management to the development of the product, production, and service technologies. Characterize the process of technological forecasts, foresight, and creation of the technology strategy of the company. Explain creating a project plan for implementing new technology. Clarify the importance of the necessary protection of technological intellectual property and the need to commercialize their own technologies at the level of industry, region, or state.


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 technology innovation based on the Project approach to increase the efficiency of production processes. 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. 10 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

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to technology change and Project technology management

2. Integration of Project management and technology innovation

3. Strategic aspects of Project technology management

4. Technology analysis and technology radar

5. Technology assessment based on the project approach

6. Technology innovation forecasting and foresight

7. Technology planning and Roadmapping

8. Technology Intellectual Property Protection

9. Open technology cooperation and innovation

10. Project technology transfer

11. Technology management assessment and control

12. Technology marketing and network externalities

13. Institutional support for technology research and innovation

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Management of technology innovation projects

2. Identification of participants for project technology innovation

3. How to define the roles and responsibilities of technology managers?

4. How to define the scope of the technological project and compile the work division plan?

5. Identification and analysis of technological trends, risks, and capacities of the company

6. Determining costs and resources for technology innovation

7. Creating a budget for the technological project

8. How to compile roadmapping plan for new technology?

9. How to identify and manage the risks of technological innovation?

10. Prediction of conflicts in technology transfer

11. How to assess the effectiveness of technological innovations?

12. How to write a technological project plan?

13. End of the semester, presentation of seminar papers

Study Objective:
Study materials:

• CETINDAMAR, D. - PHAAL, R. [2017]: Technology Management: Activities and Tools. Red Globe Press; 2nd edition, ASIN: B07WTW5VVK.

• NICHOLAS, J. M. - STEYN, H. [2020]: Project Management for Engineering, Business and Technology. Routledge; 6th edition, ASIN: B08D2XHBD4.

• JEMALA, M. [2010]: Manažment technologických systémov. Identifikácia a prípadové štúdie. Ekonóm: Bratislava, ISBN: 978-80-225-3120-7.

• JEMALA, M. [2014]: Technology identification: How to bring technology innovation to life? Scholars' Press: Saarbrücken, SRN, ISBN: 978-3-639-71044-1.

• HASENAUER, R. - YU, O. [2024]: Intrapreneurship Management: Concepts, Methods, and Software for Managing Technological Innovation in Organizations, IEEE Press Series on Technology Management, Innovation, and Leadership, Wiley, ISBN: 1119837723.

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