PROBLEMAS PERT PERSONALIZADOS PARA INCENTIVAR EL TRABAJO INDIVIDUAL ORIGINAL
Palomo-Romero, Juan María
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Despite the project manager (PM) usually ends up using computer tools for project scheduling, generally, it is recognized that knowing how to build activity networks and calculate its times is indispensable for their training. To understand these concepts, an explanation is not enough. It is paramount to face a problem and solve it personally. However, when a problem is the same for the whole class, it is common to try to copy or learn from someone else's solution. In this paper, we present the results of an experience with several groups of students who either had a list of identical problems or a list of personalized problems. When using personalized problems for each student, we have found that there is an incremental positive impact on the development of project management competencies at the end of the course.
- CIDIP 2017 (Cádiz)