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Project Overview: The project is designed to develop the student’s level of self-awareness, and to help them learn how to become a good project manager (PM). Overall Aim: To enable students to undertake a learning process about the interpersonal and professional skills they possess as future project managers (PM) and to establish a development plan to improve such skills.ASSIGMENT OUTLINE
Assignment title:
MY PROFILE AS PROJECT MANAGER
Weighting:
40%
Programme:
Executive Master’s
International Hotel Management
Course name:
Project Management
Course number:
M 9215
Faculty responsible:
Julia Krebs
Hand-in date/Submission:
25th June 2023 by 23:59h (Spanish time)
via Moodle/TurinItIn
Project Overview:
The project is designed to develop the student’s level of self-awareness, and to help them
learn how to become a good project manager (PM).
Overall Aim:
To enable students to undertake a learning process about the interpersonal
and professional skills they possess as future project managers (PM) and to establish a
development plan to improve such skills.
Learning outcomes:
1. Apply project management skills effectively.
2. Link and implement project goals to the stakeholder’s needs.
3. Support optimal results using SMART goals.
Organization and methodology:
In this project the students are encouraged to analyze their personality traits, strengths and
weaknesses, and compare them with the skills required for a Project Manager (PM).
Students must use the information provided on the slides, and the additional document
called: “Interpersonal skills of a project manager”.
It is important to align with the PMBOK Project Manager characteristics as below:











Leadership
Team building
Motivation
Communication
Influencing
Decision making
Political and cultural awareness
Negotiation
Trust building
Conflict management
Coaching
For the comparison, students are required to provide specific examples to prove the
skills mentioned are achieved (if, how and when). For those skills not achieved or in
need of improvement, the student is expected to create a plan to develop these.
Failing to submit the project on time will result in a 0 grade.
Report layout:
It is very important that the students pay special attention to the format of the document, as
it reflects professionalism and care for the work done.
The teacher will value the professionalism of the report in terms of formatting. One and a
half spacing should be used for typing the general text. The general text shall be typed in
Arial font with12 size and 1,5 interlineal space.
Assessment Tasks and Weighting:
Assessment task
Weighting %
Description of profile (skills analysis)
30%
Examples provided in each skill analysis
20%
Development plan for skills underdeveloped
30%
Format (professionalism, layout, following all instructions)
10%
English Skills in written Report
10%
Common skills developed (italics)/ assessed (bold):
MANAGING AND
DEVELOPING SELF
1.Manages own
role
and
responsibilities
2. Manages own
time in achieving
objectives.
3.Undertakes
personal and
career
development
WORKING WITH AND
RELATING TO
OTHERS
6.Treats others’
values,
beliefs
and
opinions
with
respect
7.Relates to and
interacts
objectively with
individuals and
groups
8.Works effectively
as a member of a
team
COMMUNICATING
9.Receives and
responds to a
variety
of information
10.Presents
information in a
variety of visual
forms
11.Communicates
in writing
MANAGING TASKS
AND SOLVING
PROBLEMS
13.Uses
information
sources
14. Deals with a
combination of
routine
and
nonroutine
tasks
15.Identifies and
solves routine and
non-routine
problems
BECOMING
NUMERATE AND
USING TECHNOLOGY
16.Applies
numerical
skills
techniques
17.Uses a range
of technological
equipment and
systems
and
4. Transfers skills
gained to new and
changing
situations and
contexts.
12.Participates in
oral and nonverbal
communication
5.Uses
a
range
of thought
processes
English skills assessed:
English skills will be assessed in the written report and will count as 10% of the final grade.
Plagiarism:
Plagiarism is the act of presenting another’s ideas or words as one’s own. Cheating includes,
but is not limited to, the intentional falsification or fabrication of any academic activity,
unauthorized copying of another person’s work, or aiding and abetting any such acts.
Particular care must be taken when presenting information that has been obtained from an
internet site. Should this information not be correctly referenced, then you are guilty of
plagiarism and will be penalized accordingly.
With respect to projects/assignments, faculty reserves the right to randomly call upon any
student and ask them to defend their work orally.
Any assignment/exam which is found to contain plagiarism will automatically be awarded a
grade of 0, and an e-mail will be sent to the student or the student’s parents/tutors/sponsors.
Depending on the circumstances, additional penalties could be imposed (see LRM
Academic Regulations, Section 11).
Statement of authorship:
Following the title page of your assignment there should be a page on which you sign a
statement that the work included in the assignment is your own work except where
appropriately referenced. The following statement should be used:
Statement of authorship
I certify that this assignment is my own work and contains no material which has been
submitted as part of an assignment in any institute college or university. Moreover, to the
best of my knowledge and belief, it contains no material previously published or written by
another person, except where due reference is made in the text of the assignment.
Signed…………………………………………..
Student number………………………………..

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