Project management program

Schedules of classes:

Plan zajęć r. a. 2020/2021 semestr I zimowy

Plan zajęć r. a. 2020/2021 semestr II letni


Description of the studies:
The studies are intended for all those looking for knowledge about tools and techniques for effective project management, both working as and planning to become project managers. The classes are conducted by experts in advanced projects management in business organizations on a daily basis.
The studies will enable you to run projects using the main advantages of the waterfall, Agile and Scrum approaches depending on the project realm. You will know how to use best practices and skills of modern project management including successful communication and leadership for building a high-performing team, planning and avoiding cost and schedule overruns, effective risk assessment and restructuring endangered projects. 

The content partner of the studies is the Management Training and Development Center (MT&DC), a training company specializing in consulting and certification in the field of business analysis and project management. MT&DC was the first training company in Poland to receive the PMI® Global Registered Education Provider status and for many years has been recognized in Poland as a provider of the highest quality training services.

The tool provider for the studies is Hadrone PPM, the creator and producer of the only Polish software for comprehensive project and portfolio management. Extremely intuitive user interface, ease of configuration to the user's needs and, above all, the speed of implementation are the most important features of this tool. Hadrone PPM is used as a project management tool in over 90 Polish and foreign companies in 10 countries around the world.



Postgraduate studies price:

5200 zł


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Postgraduate studies program: 120 hours (40 ECTS points):

  • Fundamentals of Project Management
  1. What is the difference between a Project and a Process, and what is the Program and a Project Portfolio?
  2. How do we properly define the Goals, Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions of the project?
  3. Project life cycle - from Inception through Planning to Project Implementation and Completion
  4. Do we know why we are implementing this project?
  5. Are we able to implement this project?Karta projektu – jak stworzyć dokument opisujący zamierzone rezultaty projektu?
  6. Project card - how to create a document describing the intended results of the project?
  7. Stakeholders - who is the recipient, who is the ally and who is the enemy of our project and how to communicate with them?
  8. How to create a friendly environment for a project - the principles of a positive kick-off meeting
  • Scope, time and cost management in the project
  1. We define the Scope, i.e. the expected effect of our project
  2. What are we to do, with what resources and at what time - that is, the Triple Limitation
  3. Need for information - we need to know in order to operate effectively
  4. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - How to break 100% of your work into workable work packages
  5. Estimating the duration of individual activities and the entire project - how long will it take?
  6. The schedule as an illustration of the work plan - what can we predict?
  7. Planning costs
  • Team motivation
  1. Setting goals and building plans for effective activities
  2. Types of motivation and their importance
  3. What motivates and what demotivates on the way to the goal
  4. Determining the team's motivation level and the level of commitment to achieving goals
  5. Counteracting burnout
  • Team communication
  1. How to create an effective team from a group of individuals?
  2. Building an agreement and breaking down barriers in communication
  3. Responsibility in the project - how to make sure everyone understands their role?
  4. Feedback - How important is giving feedback?
  5. Planning meetings - presentation of the current status of task implementation
  6. How to effectively resolve conflict situations?
  • Leadership in a project team
  1. Leadership styles and the importance of charisma in project management
  2. Features of an effective leader - innate or learned?
  3. How to become a leader with above-average results?
  4. Setting ambitious goals that the team wants to achieve
  5. How to convince people to our ideas more effectively?
  6. Me Leader - how to take care of your own development?
  • Project Manager's personal effectiveness
  1. effective organization of own time
  2. setting goals and priorities
  3. self-management at work
  4. managing the time and tasks of others
  5. maintaining the division between work and private life (work-life balance)
  6. use of time management tools
  7. psychology related to the perception of time and the management of tasks over time
  8. the ability to build and manage a list of tasks to be performed in the professional and personal area, broken down into projects and atomic tasks to be carried out
  • Project risk management
  1. Developing thinking in the perspective of project risks - a proactive approach
  2. Determining the list of risks and taking remedial actions - risk reduction, avoidance and transfer
  3. The likelihood and impact of risk on the course of the project
  4. Team risk communication
  5. Risk communication for the project environment
  • Agile project management + SCRUM
  1. Requirements management
  2. Backlog management
  3. Organization and management of the sprint
  4. The role of the SCRUM master
  5. Effective communication with stakeholders


Admission conditions:
The condition for admission to studies is the submission of documents, including a copy of the diploma of completion of bachelor's or master's studies, and payment of the enrollment fee.

Completion conditions:
Completion of the studies takes place on the basis of credits for individual modules and the final interview during the last conference. The student should demonstrate knowledge, skills and social competences acquired during the studies and as part of their own work.

3.00-3.49 dostateczny
3.50-3.70 dostateczny plus
3.71-4.20 dobry
4.21-4.49 dobry plus
4.50-5.00 bardzo dobry

Head of postgraduate studies:
prof. WSZiB dr Bartłomiej Juras

Postgraduate Program Consultant:
Tomasz Borucki

Duration of studies:

The program covers 120 hours. The studies will last two semesters and will be conducted in an extramural system, in Saturday and Sunday sessions.

Number of hours in the first semester: 60
Number of hours in the second semester: 60