Organization-Feasibility Analysis & Project Management

The objectives of the course of the Organization-Feasibility Analysis and Project Management listed in the intended and expected results (output), which are: - The possibility to evaluate (qualitatively and quantitatively) the economic impact - consequences of our technical decisions, namely what implications these decisions on resource consumption, but also what we expect to deliver.  The configuration of this overall perception is so essential because: - The resources with which we operate (human resources, capital, equipment, installations) is always limited and should engineers to minimize resource consumption and maximize the performance of projects. On the other hand, the engineer is often faced with the need to choose among alternative resource investment opportunities, or between alternative projects to be implemented. It must therefore be able, in a structured way and rational criteria, prioritization of priorities on what / which investment decisions have to be taken, taking into account technical and economic parameters.


The aim of the course is to acquire basic knowledge in project management (projectmanagement), and to acquire the basic knowledge that will enable economic evaluation of an industrial undertaking of an investment, and the export and processing of financial data of a company.


Course pecialization


The course consists of the following sections: Introduction / Business Plans Cost Analysis Evaluation of Business Plans Financial Analysis Basic Concepts Project - Network Deployment Project Design and Project Planning Time Project Cost Analysis - Financial Project Planning Project Case Studies Financials Business






Instructors: Aimilia Kondili
Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institution: TEI of Piraeus
Subject: Mechanical Engineering
Rights: CC - Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

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