The TIM team collaborates with the serious game experts from House of Knowledge, Norway, in pushing the boundaries of teaching & learning in project management for industrial engineering and management students. We want to create a novel learning experience through a project management board game, which is fun and engaging through a set of innovative game mechanisms. This is a project financed by the “Quality and Innovation Initiative (QIO) of the Berlin Senate. Want more info? Contact Helena Wittrich at: h.wittrich(at)tu-berlin.de
This winter term 2022/23 we will deliver our introductory course in Fundamentals of Project Management as usual. If you want to gain basic insights into project management and learn how to better organize projects, then this module is for you! We do not limit participation – everyone should know more about how to manage projects successfully. Please note that this module will not be delivered in the summer term 2023. We will use the time to completely revise the learning format. As off winter term 2023/24 our new and similarly fantastic introduction to project management will continue to be delivered every term.
Please find a short introduction to the modules of the WS22/23 of the TIM research group in this pdf-document as well as in the voice-over presentation, in which we give a short intro to each of the courses.
Please also note that we a live online-introduction to our teaching program on Monday, October 17 at 12:00-12:30h. Follow this link to access this event (Meeting-ID: 667 9828 400; Password: 408991).
At the TIM research group we are working on a new teaching and learning concept for module "Fundamentals of Project Management". Students will learn to address specific project management challenges in a simulated project environment. Learning is facilitated through serious game elements, which also will include a new procedure for forming student groups. In an advanced version of the project management game, students will play in an online-format too. If you have questions to the project, please contact our project manager, Helena Wittrich.