BazEkon - The Main Library of the Cracow University of Economics

BazEkon home page

Main menu

Walaszczyk Ludmiła (Instytut Technologii Eksploatacji - Państwowy Instytut Badawczy, Poland)
Risk Management Model in the Formulation Phase of the Technological Project
Business and Non-profit Organizations Facing Increased Competition and Growing Customers' Demands, 2017, vol. 16, s. 305-318, rys., tab., bibliogr. 17 poz.
Projekt technologiczny, Zarządzanie projektem, Zarządzanie ryzykiem
Technological project, Project management, Risk management
This research was financed by the national funds within the Statutory Activity (2017) of the Institute for Sustainable Technologies - National Research Institute 'Evaluation model for R&D programs in the operationalisation phase'
In the 2014-2020 perspective, the calls for proposals are mainly directed to the entrepreneurs. It provokes the necessity to prepare the project applications to the consulting company by the entrepreneurs themselves or to sub-contract it. However, the preparation of the proposals by the applicants is more rationale, because they know best what will be developed and how to justify it. On the other hand, while writing the applications, it is indispensable to consider all risks that might happen during the preparation process and which can influence the further phases of the project execution. The author of the article presents the theoretical background how risk can be managed. The main aim of this article is to design the model for risk management, which is dedicated to the formulation phase of the technological project. In the process of the model design, the author used direct interview and modelling methods. The application of this model enables the entrepreneurs to prepare the project application with all necessary aspects taken into consideration, which should be fulfilled; otherwise, the project application can be rejected. (original abstract)
Full text
  1. Andler, N. (2016). Tools for Project Management, Workshops and Consulting: A Must-Have Compendium of Essential Tools and Techniques. Weinheim: Publicis.
  2. Bentley, C. (2010). PRINCE2: A Practical Handbook. UK: Elsevier.
  3. EVALSED. (2004). Guide to the Evaluation of Socio-Economic Development.
  4. Hicks, M.J. (2004). Problem Solving and Decision Making: Hard, Soft and Creative Approaches. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning.
  5. Kanda, A. (2011). Project Management. A Life Cycle Approach. New Delhi: PHI Learning.
  6. Kerzner, H. (2009). Project Management. A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
  7. Kisielnicki, J. (2013). Zarządzanie Projektami Badawczo-Rozwojowymi. Warszawa: Oficyna Wolters Kluwer.
  8. Lewis, J. (2007). Fundamentals of Project Management. New York: Amacom.
  9. Mingus, N. (2002). Zarządzanie Projektami. Gliwice: Wydawnictwo Helion.
  10. Mochal, J., & Mochal, T. (2012). Lessons in Project Management. Berkeley, CA: Apress.
  11. Ohara, S. (2009). Japanese Project Management: KPM - Innovation, Development and Improvement. World Scientific Publishing.
  12. Piwoni-Krzeszowska, E., & Małkus, T. (2014). Współczesne Problemy Zarządzania Organizacjami. Kraków: Encyklopedia Zarządzania.
  13. Project Management Institute (2013). A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. PMBOK Guide.
  14. Shiba, S., & Walden, D. (2016). Four Practical Revolutions in Management: Systems for Creating Unique Organizational Capability. Cambridge: Portland.
  15. Trocki, M., Grucza, B., & Ogonek, K. (2003). Zarządzanie Projektami. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo PWE.
  16. Walaszczyk, L. (2015). Model ewaluacji programów badawczych w obszarze innowacji technicznych. Praca doktorska. Politechnika Warszawska, Wydział Zarządzania, 177.
  17. Walaszczyk, L. (2016). Metodyka zarządzania ryzykiem wdrożeniowym innowacyjnych produktów technicznych. E-mentor, 2(64), 34-43.
Cited by
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Wyślij znajomemu