Guía para gestión de proyectos

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COUNCIL OF EUROPE

CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE

A guide to project management
Frank Heyworth

European Centre for Modern Languages Centre européen pour les langues vivantes

A guide to project management

In 1994, upon the initiative of Austria and the Netherlands, with special support from France, eight states founded the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) as an Enlarged PartialAgreement of the Council of Europe. It was to become “a forum to discuss and seek solutions to the specific tasks and challenges that face them in the coming years and which will play a decisive role in the process of European integration”. At the time of writing, thirty-two 1 states subscribe to the Partial Agreement. Following a successful initial trial period (1995-1998), the continuation ofthe activities of the Centre was confirmed by Resolution (98) 11 of the Committee of Ministers. The aim of the Graz Centre is to offer – generally through international workshops, colloquies and research and development networks and other expert meetings – a platform and a meeting place for officials responsible for language policy, specialists in didactics and methodologies, teacher trainers,textbook authors and other multipliers in the area of modern languages. A guide to project management is the fourth in a series of publications edited within the framework of the first medium-term programme of the ECML (20002003). The ECML’s overall role is the implementation of language policies and the promotion of innovations in the field of teaching and learning modern languages. Thepublications are the results of research and development project teams established during workshops in Graz. The series highlights the dedication and active involvement of all those who participated in the projects and in particular of the group leaders and co-ordinators.

1 The 32 member states of the Enlarged Partial Agreement of the ECML are: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Bosnia andHerzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, „the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, United Kingdom.

A Guide to Project Management
Frank Heyworth

European Centre for ModernLanguages Council of Europe Publishing

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French edition: Guide de gestion de projets ISBN 92-871-4963-5

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The opinions expressed in this publication are not to be regarded as reflecting the policy of any gouvernement, of the Committee of Ministers or the Secretary General of the Council of Europe.

Cover design: Gross Werbeagentur Graz Layout: Stenner + Kordik, Graz Illustrations: Benoît Cliquet Printer: Druckerei Khil, GrazCouncil of Europe Publishing F-67075 Strasbourg cedex ISBN 92-871-4965-8 © Council of Europe, September 2002 Printed in Graz

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Table of Contents
Introduction ...................................................................................... 5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. What’s a project? ............................................................................. 7 Projects andinnovation .................................................................. 10 Project planning ............................................................................. 13 Making a budget and cost control ................................................. 18 People make projects work ............................................................. 22 Presenting and “selling” your project...
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