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University of Pannonia
 

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Education

 

Project Management related courses:

 

v      Project Management (BA/BSc)

 

  • Content:
    • Project life cycle methodology, project start, feasibility studies, scope definition, stakeholders and risk analysis, project time-cost-resource planning, project controll, project evaluation, project leadership
  • Target group:
    • BA/BSc students of the Faculty of Economics
  • Graduates:
    • app. 300 per year
  • Duration:
    • 1 semester
  • Features:
    • Lectures and seminar works (Hungarian and English)
    • Elaboration and presentation of project management literature (German and English)
    • The course is based on the Collection for Project Management (Lajos Szabó – Zoltán Gaál, in Hungarian); Organisational Project Management (Mihály Görög, in Hungarian); on Project Management (Corsten Hans, in German) and on Project Management (Harold Kerzner, in English)

 

v      Project planning and direction (MSc)

 

  • Content:
    • Direction structure of projects, project strategy: project contract and accounting, project cycle methodology, project time-cost-resource planning, structure of project organisation, MS project software
  • Target group:
    • MSc students of the Faculty of Economics
  • Graduates:
    • app. 100 per year
  • Duration:
    • 1 semester
  • Features:
    • Lectures and seminar works (Hungarian and English)
    • Case studies in project management (Hungarian and English)
    • Project Plan Development and presentation (Hungarian and English)
    • The course is based on Collection for Project Management (Lajos Szabó – Zoltán Gaál – Gabriella Dancsecz, in Hungarian); Project Management (Harold Kerzner, in English) and on Handbook for International Project Management (Wolfgang Cronenbroeck, in German).

 

v      Network and project planning (MSc)

 

  • Description:
    • The aim is to learn methods and algorithms, which can be used in project planning (like scheduling, cost and resource planning) and logistics (like finding shortest path between the stations, finding bottle-necks etc.) applying graph theory and applications.
    • Further aim is to learn methods and modeling problems which do not have a program or software as solutions yet.
  • Target group:
    • MSc students of the Faculty of Economics
  • Graduates:
    • app. 15 per year
  • Duration:
    • 1 semester
  • Features:
    • Lectures and seminar works
    • Case studies in project management
    • Network planning methods (Zsolt T. Kosztyán)

 

Non Project Management related courses:

 

  • Strategic planning and strategic management
  • Corporate culture
  • Communication skills
  • Business Simulation
  • Human Resource Management
  • Group Dynamics
  • Logistics systems
  • Quality Management

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Post-graduate Education

v      Post-graduate program in Project Management

 

  • Content:
    • Strategic oriented project management; project management methodologies, industrial, economical and human skills in project management, project management software application and other project related courses
  • Target group:
    • Diploma holders
  • Graduates:
    • app. 10-15 per year
  • Duration:
    • 4+1 semester (courses 2 days per week)
  • Features:
    • Competence-based and skill-based lectures and seminar works with case studies, group-works, presentations and discussions.

 

v      Master of Business Administration

 

  • Content:
    • Strategic management, logistics systems, change management, project management, marketing management, intercultural management and communication, organisational culture and corporate finance.
  • Target group:
    • Diploma holders
  • Graduates:
    • app.20-25 per year
  • Duration:
    • 4+1 semester (courses 1 day per week)
  • Features:
    • Competence-based and skill-based lectures and seminar works with case studies, group-works, presentations and discussions.

 

4) Research projects and/or programmes

 

Research

  • Research focus:
    • Operation research methods in project management techniques
    • Project success of international sport event projects
    • International leadership skills and cross-culture management (SMILE project: Successful Mapping of International Leadership Excellence; IMAGINE project: Investigation of Management-Performance in International Enterprises)
  • Research approach:
    • Qualitative and quantitative research
  • Theses:
    • Ca. 15 diploma thesis per year
    • Ca. 1 dissertation per year

 

Research project “Operation Research Methods in Project Management Techniques”

  • Start date:
    • 1st September 2002
  • End date:
    • 31st December 2011
  • Results:
    • A patient and a PhD thesis about optimal resource allocation method in cases of deterministic and stochastic variables.
    • Distributed implementation of this optimal resource allocation method.
  • Further objectives:
    • Minimise the sensitivity of optimal resource allocations and find efficient risk management techniques in project and process planning.
    • Help the logical project planning techniques with fuzzy nets.
    • Combine and represent project and process management techniques with a unique method.
    • Create an expert system, which helps project management in logical planning phase.
    • Publish results of this research.
  • Corporate partners:
    • Universities
    • Project oriented companies
  • Further information: http://vision.vein.hu/~kzst

 

Research project “Assessing Project Success of International Sport Event Projects”

  • Start date:
    • 1st September 2004
  • End date:
    • 31st December 2008
  • Objectives:
    • The purpose of the research was to define organizational success factors of international sport events organized in selected European countries as well as to identify success criteria of international sport event projects.
  • Result:
    • PhD thesis about success factors and criteria of international sport event projects.
  • Cooperation partners:
    • Munich University of Applied Sciences
    • Organizers of sport event projects: FIFA WC 2006 Germany, FISA Rowing WC 2007 Germany, LEN Swimming EC 2006 Hungary, Canoe WC 2006 Hungary.
  • Project funds:
    • University of Pannonia, Department of Management
  • Further information: http://www.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/NSV/EN


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Publications/Products

Books

 

Z. Gaál, L. Szabó: Collection for Project Management I., University of Pannonia, 2002 (Hungarian)

Z. Gaál, L. Szabó: Collection for Project Management II., University of Pannonia, 2003 (Hungarian)

Z. Gaál, L. Szabó: Collection for Project Management III., University of Pannonia, 2007 (Hungarian)

H-C. Pfohl, Z. Gaál, L. Szabó, A. Bode, M.L. Gomm: Mitarbeiter erfolgreich führen, University of Pannonia, 2007, ISBN 978-963-9696-13-6 (German)

 

Book chapters

 

L. Szabó, Z. Gaál: Project success and project excellence, In Sharing Knowledge and Success for the Future, MMSupport GmbH., Bern, 2006, ISBN 978-3-9523151-01, pp. 193-198.

Zs. Kosztyán, Sz. Póta, A. Bencsik, R. Mátrai: Distributed Deterministic and Stochastic Optimal Resource Allocation, In Logistics Networks - models, methods and applications (ed. T. Bányai, J. Cselényi), University of Miskolc, 2004, ISBN 963-661-641-8,. pp. 75-94.

Zs. T. Kosztyán, A. Bencsik, Sz. Póta: Resource Allocation and its Distributed Implementation, Innovations and Advanced Techniques, In Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering, (ed. Tarek Sobh), Springer Verlag, 2007, ISBN 978-1-4020-6267-4, pp. 511-518.

G. Dancsecz, L. Szabó: Untersuchung internationaler Sportveranstaltungen anhand von Methoden des Projektmanagements, In Schriften der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft, Czwalina Verlag, Hamburg, 2007/168, ISBN 978-3-88020-490-4, pp. 321.

Zs. T. Kosztyán, Z. Perjés, Andrea Bencsik: Resource Allocation and Cost Reduction by Means of Alternative Solutions, Innovations and Advanced Techniques in Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering, (ed. Khared Elleithy), Springer 2008, ISBN: 978-1-4020-8734-9, pp. 556-560

 

Further information on publications/products: http://www.gtk.uni-pannon.hu

 

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Contact Person

 

Katalin Horváth

Department of Management

University of Pannonia

Egyetem St. 10. 8200 Veszprém, Hungary

Tel.: +36/88/624-512

E-mail: hkatalin@gtk.uni-pannon.hu

 

Further information: http://www.gtk.uni-pannon.hu

 

 

 

 

 


 
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