Management is “the art knowing precisely what to do, as best and as cheaply as possible”, of according to the definition of F. Taylor, the founder of scientific management. At its core, project management represents a set of specific knowledge, skills, skills, tools and techniques used to achieve specific objectives. Although it is a relatively new approach within organizations, the last decades have been marked by the rapid increase of the use of project management as a means by which the organizations reach their objectives. The reimbursable financing through projects represents an important resource and a great opportunity for public cultural institutions as well. Competitions for the free time of the public and for accessing the non-reimbursable funds destined for culture are increasingly accentuated, and the exact understanding of the operating mechanisms of project management and the correct understanding of the skills necessary for their elaboration and writing, thus become fundamental. The course offers participants the opportunity to learn how to transform their ideas into a structured cultural project, elaborated in accordance with the rules of a financing program, and to the represented institutions and organizations the possibility to increase their capacity to attract new funding sources through projects. Good practice examples, case studies and practical applications within the course will provide solutions for the correct writing of projects and for evaluating results.
- project managers, employees from organizations with direct responsibilities in carrying out projects or organizing their activities, people who are part of project teams, interested in managing activities in accordance with the rules of the funder and all those who wish to accumulate knowledge and skills in the field of project management.
- graduates of higher studies with a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, doctorate, participating in the implementation of at least one cultural project.
- Development, management and organization of projects;
- Advanced methods of Project management;
- Advanced quantitative financial methods;
- Administration and use of tools for project management;
- Administration of finances and investments;
- Human resources planning and management;
- Team management and organization;
- Personal negotiation skills, leadership, making appropriate decisions in a business environment.
Trainers: Corina Răceanu, Cristiana Vlad, Pîrvu Ionică, Ligia Necula, Drd. Georgeta Vlăduțu, other source specialists with relevant experience in project management and evaluation.
- Establishing the purpose of the project;
- Establishing integrated project management requirements;
- Planning the activities and milestones of the project;
- Management of the use of operational costs and resources for the project;
- Carrying out procurement procedures for the project;
- Risk management;
- Project team management;
- Communication management within the project;
- Project quality management.